Post Your Reviews of Broadway Shows

There are more than 40 professional theatres with 500 seats that host theatrical performances in the Theater District and Lincoln Center along Broadway in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Attendance for Broadway theatres in 2013 stood at 11.58 million, down from 12.16 in 2012. Broadway shows sold approximately $1.193 billion worth of tickets in calendar year 2013, compared to $1.158 billion for 2012. Viewing a Broadway show is at the top of the to-do list for many tourists who visit New York. The majority of Broadway plays are open-ended runs, which means that the duration of the play will vary depending on ticket sales, word of mouth, effectiveness of advertising, and critical response.

Shows typically run Tuesday through Saturday with matinee performances on Sunday. Word of mouth is usually the difference between the achievement or failing of a New York Broadway or off-Broadway show. The choice of whether or not a show succeeds should be yours. Your comments and view are valuable. Let’s be honest. Have you ever viewed a critics review of something that did not necessary match the views or response of the crowd? The American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League recognize artists and productions at the annual Antoinette Perry Awards, which is also known as the Tony Awards. They Tony Awards were first presented to artists and productions in 1947.

It is very frustrating to go see a play that a critic recommends and it turns out to be horrible or miss a play that someone you know tells you was great, but you missed it because of a critics negative view. You know what you like and what you do not like. You viewing habits are yours. With today’s technology, fans who view shows have the ability to voice their opinions in the form of online reviews. You as a fan will be able to post your views of Broadway shows. You have to ability to rate the performers, set design, choreography, and music. Other fans can even rate you based on your experience. Depending on the level of experience the site gives you, other fans will most likely follow you and your opinions and experiences. Browse the site Broadwayaudience.com for more information.

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