Broadway.com is a hugely popular website for theatre fans. It is a great place for news and features on all the currently running Broadway fare.
LORT is the largest professional theatre association of its kind
Did He Like It? is a website with a great and surprisingly novel idea. It curates all the different major reviews for Broadway and Off-Broadway shows and answers the question, “Did he (or she) like it?”
in New York City that promotes professional non-profit theatre in the United States.
The Broadway League is the national trade association for the Broadway industry.
TCG is a non-profit service organization headquartered
American Theatre provides news, features, artist interviews, and editorials about theatre in the US and abroad. It is the national magazine for TCG.
Similar to the IBDB, gives show information for almost every Broadway show ever. The biggest advantage of the Playbill Vault is, unsurprisingly, the playbills! You can search full playbills for shows going back to the 1920s.
in the United States, with 72 member theatres located in every major market in the U.S., including 29 states and the District of Columbia.
It is great not only for NYC news and features, but for all cities across the country.
Broadway World is another amazing source of breaking news.
The IBDB archive is the official database for Broadway theatre information. IBDB provides records of productions from the beginnings of New York theatre until today.
News, features, performance listings for Broadway, Off-Broadway, London and Regional theatre.
Theatre Nerds is one of the best sites out there for, well, theatre nerds! Besides inspiring (and often hilarious) memes featured on the site and on the Theatre Nerds Facebook page and an incredible Swag Shop, a new article every day makes it an essential website daily visits.