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::)
CastAlbumCollector.com 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.
Givenik 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.
StageGrade 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.
Matilda Tremendous fun, with stronger stagecraft, finer performances, a bigger heart, and heartier laughs than any other musical this season
Nice Work If You Can Get It Terrific cast, hilarious book, and Kathleen Marshall's wonderful choreography. And, oh, those Gershwin songs.
Once 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.
Wicked 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.