- Blue Gobo
A site featuring TV clips from hundreds of Broadway shows. Great stuff.
- Broadway Box
An uber-site for ticket discounts. Very useful, indeed.
- Broadway Stars
A neat daily roundup of top theater stories. (Doesn't hurt that they include my blog. ::cough cough::)
A comprehensive, and growing, database of cast and theater-related recordings. An online community for the musical-obsessed.
- Damon Runyon Broadway Tickets
Want tickets to The Book of Mormon? Or Wicked? If money is no object, check these guys out. Proceeds benefit the Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation.
- Did He Like It?
A cool compendium of critical response to Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
- Dress Circle
The shop to visit when you're in London. And, depending on the exchange rate, a great place to find foreign cast recordings.
When you buy tickets through Givenik, 5% goes to charity. Show choices are limited, but it's a nice way of diverting funds to a worthy cause.
- Internet Broadway Database
An invaluable resource of people, productions, and performance venues.
- Internet Off-Broadway Database
Similar to the IBDB, except for Off-Broadway shows, and not quite as comprehensive.
- Musical Shop
Another source for foreign cast albums. Smaller selection than Sound of Music, but better prices.
- Playbill Online
The best theater site on the Web. News, features, columns, quizzes, contests, discount tickets, and more.
- Sound Advice
Talkin' Broadway's list of upcoming cast recordings, books, and DVDs. Updated very regularly.
- Sound of Music
Great source of foreign cast albums. Slow service, but, hey, they're shipping this stuff from Germany.
A new-and-improved version of Critic-O-Meter. Provides a useful critical consensus on Broadway and Off Broadway shows.
- Theater Mania
Lots of great info on shows and theater people. Plus reviews and ticket discounts.
- Theatre Monkey
A independent guide to London theater (Er...excuse me...theatre)
- Triton Gallery
The best place to find theater posters on the Web.
- Avenue Q
The original "little show that could." Funny and fresh. Now playing Off-Broadway at the New World Stages.
Tremendous fun, with stronger stagecraft, finer performances, a bigger heart, and heartier laughs than any other musical this season
- Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
A totally immersive experience. High drama and real emotion. A treat for all of the senses.
Heartfelt and powerful. Makes you believe again in the power of theater that focuses on people, not spectacle.
- The Book of Mormon
Uproariously enjoyable. Profoundly profane, but also surprisingly sweet.
- The Fantasticks
A timeless little gem of a show with a universal message.
I'm not ashamed to admit it: I love Wicked. Sure, it's a spectacle, but it's got a brain and a heart, too.