The Year of Lear: How a 400-Year-Old Tragedy Became New York's Most Produced Play
By David Gordon
Shakespeare's greatest drama, King Lear, takes some of the most prestigious stages in New York, with more than five productions scheduled for 2014.
Crowdfunding in Theater: Understanding the Why and the How
When you Kickstart a musical or play, where does that money Indiegogo?
From Idina Menzel to Kelli O'Hara, Broadway's Biggest Stars Are Taking Back the Spotlight This Season
The Great White Way's veterans (and some rising stars) are lighting up marquees once again…but can it last?
Nothing Says Romance Like Our Broadway-Themed Valentine-Card Printables
No need to drop your paycheck on candy and flowers, print these out for all your special (Broadway-lovin') someones.
Sir Patrick Stewart, James Lapine, and More Talk Broadway at the Annual NCTF Broadway Roundtable
Broadway heavy hitters gather to discuss the past, present, and future of New York City theater.
Well Over Half of Broadway's Tickets Are Sold to Tourists; 14% Go to Under-25s
The Broadway League's 16th annual demographics report reveals these and many other fascinating statistics about the 2012-2013 season.
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: 12 Lizas Leaping
Broadway's reigning diva joins a dozen of her closest friends to ring in Christmas Day!