Wisdom Digital Media Publishing launched in 2001 and its flagship site, BroadwayWorld.com, in 2003. BroadwayWorld is the largest theatre site on the internet, covering Broadway, the West End and beyond to 100 US cities, 45 countries and in 12 languages worldwide. With over six million monthly visitors, BroadwayWorld delivers complete up-to-the-minute Broadway, off-Broadway, and regional theatre news, in-depth interviews, extraordinary photo coverage, entertaining video features, lively message boards, ticket discounts, reviews, and more.
As an industry leader in all things live entertainment, the site's coverage includes TV, film, streaming, movies, music, concerts, opera, dance, classical music and more with exclusive features for industry professionals and ticket-buyers.
In 2020, the site unveiled a major redesign, and launched numerous new businesses including the Theatre Shop, Online Education, BroadwayWorld Research, Industry Pro and more. During the Broadway shutdown, the site continued to light a path with several new features including Next on Stage, Living Room Concerts, broadcasting Stars in the House, Backstage Live with Richard Ridge, brainteasers & more reaching record site traffic, supporting charities and spotlighting artists and organizations.
In May of 2023, the site celebrated its 20th Anniversary with a massive redesign and a star-studded celebration at Sony Hall, benefitting our longtime friends and collaborators at Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS - hosted by Chita Rivera and Richard Ridge and featuring performances by Tony, Emmy and Grammy-winning stars of stage and screen. At the event, New York City's Mayor, Eric Adams officially proclaimed May 21, 2023 as BroadwayWorld Day.
BroadwayWorld is your go-to source for all things Broadway, theater, and live entertainment around the world. We recognize that our readers find value in content they can trust, and we take pride in our high-quality reporting that is both accurate and free of bias. Originality is equally paramount, as we maintain a strict zero-tolerance policy against plagiarism.
We strive to be transparent about correcting any factual errors in our editorial content and aim to do so as quickly as possible. We encourage our readers to bring such errors to our attention by contacting us here.
We strive to keep our content tightly focused on matters that spark the interest of theater aficionados and new audiences alike. Whether it's breaking news in the theater industry, thoughtful analysis of groundbreaking performances, or spotlight features on the artisans behind the scenes, relevance is key to BroadwayWorld’s mission.
BroadwayWorld staff are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest in regards to their assignments and to approach reviews with impartiality, offering critique that aims to inform and uplift rather than disparage. Reviews must be fair, fostering a constructive dialogue about the art form.
At our core, we recognize that theater is a reflection of humanity in all its diversity. As such, our platform is committed to the principles of inclusion and representation, ensuring that our coverage embodies the breadth of global theater. We encourage our contributors to explore and amplify a wide spectrum of voices, stories, and perspectives, including those that have historically been underrepresented in the arts. By embedding these values into our editorial guidelines, we affirm our role not just as observers and chroniclers of the world of theater, but as participants in the ongoing endeavor to create a more inclusive and diverse artistic community.
BroadwayWorld maintains a strict separation between editorial content and advertising. Opinions expressed by writers are not influenced by our advertisers.
By embracing these guidelines, we have hopefully created a space that not only chronicles the latest in the world of theater but does so with the respect, admiration, and thoughtfulness that we believe art form deserves. Whether you’re here to read up on the latest Broadway news, catch up on the boards, or promote your local production, there’s something for every kind of theatre lover here at BroadwayWorld.
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BroadwayWorld is always seeking writers to contribute feature coverage in our over 130 regional areas. As a member of our community, you will have the opportunity to review the shows of your choice, conduct interviews with local and touring talent, design features of your own choosing for publishing, and work/network with your local theater community and our global network of passionate enthusiasts!
All members of our community should have excellent writing skills and an interest in highlighting and supporting local theatre companies.
Benefits of joining our community include access to exclusive press seats to all of the shows you cover, feedback on your writing from industry professionals, networking opportunities both locally and nationally, and more.
If this sounds like you, please click here.
A.A. Cristi is a Managing Editor and Features Writer for BroadwayWorld. For the past eight years, she has covered news from coast to coast, attended major industry events including The Tony Awards, and has contributed countless special features including interviews, original exclusives, and in-depth historical research projects. She is a graduate of the College of Staten Island with a degree in Communications/Journalism. She has performed both onstage and behind the scenes with La MaMa Experimental Theater Club, Theater For the New City, Midtown International Theater Festival, Richard Frankel Productions, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Scorpio Entertainment, Commercial Theater Institute, Fringe NYC, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, and CAGE Theatre Company. When she is not covering the Broadway industry, A.A. is an award-winning children's author whose first book, "Bruce the Spruce: A New York City Fairytale About the True Meaning of Christmas Trees" is out now from Mascot Books.
A longtime theatre fan, Alan Henry has been with BroadwayWorld since 2012 and currently resides in NYC. A native of Toronto, Canada - Alan began with BroadwayWorld as a Contributing Editor, before taking over as the Senior Canadian Editor. Following a relocation to New York, Alan is currently BroadwayWorld's Director of Digital Strategy and Regional Media.
Alan has had the pleasure of interviewing several Tony, Emmy, Grammy, and Oscar nominees and winners including Alan Menken, Idina Menzel, Lea Salonga, Stephen Schwartz, Louise Pitre, Jenn Colella, Victoria Clark, Montego Glover, among others.
Alan is thrilled to get to work with Broadway productions in New York and theaters across the globe to connect audiences and artists on BroadwayWorld's platforms. Alan also works with BroadwayWorld's contributors around the globe, focusing on expanding our coverage in each of our markets.
Blair is the Weekend News Desk Editor / Special Projects Coordinator at BroadwayWorld. She has worked in various capacities in the theatre industry, with companies such as Davenport Theatrical Enterprises, Manhattan Movement & Arts Center, SpotCo, and 54 Below.
She is also a playwright. Her plays include Cosplay (Brick Theater), The Gatekeeper, and Dead Children’s Playground. Blair holds a B.A. with Honors in English Language and Literature (Writing Concentration) from Pace University and has studied at the Einhorn School of Performing Arts at Primary Stages and The New Group with playwrights Melissa Ross, Leah Nanako Winkler, Julian Sheppard, Rogelio Martinez, and Marsha Norman, among others. She is a proud member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
Originally from Huntsville, Alabama, Blair currently resides in Upper Manhattan.
Chloe Rabinowitz serves as Managing Editor of BroadwayWorld, and is one of BroadwayWorld's Newsdesk Editors. Chloe has conducted over 200 interviews for BroadwayWorld with Tony, Oscar, and Emmy Award-winning Broadway stars, filmmakers, television and film actors, dancers, authors and more. Highlights include Oscar-winner Ariana DeBose, Tony and Emmy Award-winner Mandy Patinkin, Emmy Award-winner Julianne Hough, Emmy Award-winner Holland Taylor, Grammy Award-winner Jennifer Nettles, Kennedy Center Honoree Alex Lacamoire, Emmy and Golden Globe Award-nominee and SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher, Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell, Wicked author Gregory Maguire, cultural icon Dr. Ruth, and many more. Chloe also reviews regional theatre productions and national tours.
Chloe is also a dancer and choreographer.
She is based out of Philadelphia.
Chloe is thrilled to work for BroadwayWorld and have the opportunity to share her love and appreciation for theatre and the written word with BroadwayWorld’s incredible readers.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of BroadwayWorld, where she began her journey as an intern in 2010. As BroadwayWorld's Senior Managing Editor, a role she took on in 2012, she covered over a decade's-worth of theatre and live entertainment in New York City and around the world. Thoughout her time with BroadwayWorld, Nicole has worked extensively with the photo and video team, producing (and sometimes editing) a great deal of the site's original programming, including Backstage with Richard Ridge, Dance Captain Dance Attack, Next on Stage, Kid Critics, and Teen Critics, just to name a few. Originally from outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, she is a proud graduate of Penn State University's College of Communications. Nicole currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, where she gets to enjoy far more great theatre than she ever dreamed. Her first great role was "Billy Flynn" in her fourth grade musical theatre class. Oh, how far she has come!
The 2001 Syracuse University graduate (School of Information Studies) is also the owner of Wisdom Digital Media, an award-winning leading design company for entertainment and technology web sites. In his previous life, he held an executive position for the world's leading publisher of technology magazines, web sites and conferences and, as a result, was named among the "Top thirty magazine industry executives under the age of 30" by FOLIO Magazine. Robert Diamond founded BroadwayWorld.com in 2003, which has now become the largest theatre web site in the world. The site covers Broadway and beyond, with specific local coverage for 100 cities in the United States, 35 countries worldwide and 10 other related areas of entertainment - including dance, opera, concerts, comedy, films, television and more.
Stephi serves as Managing Editor of BroadwayWorld, and has been a member of the team since 2017. She writes news, features, and reviews for Broadway and beyond, as well as the "Words From The Wings" series, which gives readers a glimpse at the backstage habits of their favorite Broadway stars.
Stephi also created and developed the "K-Pop Spotlight" series on the BroadwayWorld sister site, BWW Music World, a move which allowed her to integrate her passion for the Korean music scene into her career!
In addition to her writing work, Stephi maintains many of the backend databases on BroadwayWorld, including keeping up with photos, bios, upcoming releases, and more.
Originally from Connecticut before making the move to NYC, Stephi received her BA in Journalism and Dramatic Arts from the University of Connecticut in 2017. In her spare time, Stephi loves going to K-Pop concerts, practicing yoga, and binge-watching Law & Order: SVU and RuPaul's Drag Race.
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