B R O A D W A Y  B U Z Z

Hello, Theatre-Goers!

Looking to learn more about New York City's Broadway scene? Broadway Buzz is a website founded as a platform to do just that — educate even the most beginner theatre-goers about all things NYC BROADWAY.

So, what's all the "buzz" about Broadway anyway?

For generations, the Broadway theater district has brought captivating hit musicals and classic modern dramas to visitors. Today, the dazzling lights of Times Square attract millions of theatergoers annually. Buzzworthy blockbusters play next to small downtown transfers; revivals of 1930s productions run side-by-side with cutting-edge, technically advanced productions; young, aspiring actors take the stage with veteran stars and celebrities fresh from Hollywood films. Whether you’re getting your tickets straight from the box office, buying online or waiting in line at the infamous TKTS booth, Broadway offers a Times Square experience for everyone to enjoy.

You know what they say ... There’s no business like show business. Especially on Broadway. Seeing a show is an experience of a lifetime. One that we believe all should experience. If you want to stay in the loop on Broadway reviews, current and upcoming productions, and more, you have come to the right place.

Not sure which show to attend?

Don't worry! We've got you covered. Head over to our reviews page for a trusted critique of today's hottest shows!

Questions? Contact Us!

We would love to hear any questions, comments, or suggestions you might have. Feel free to drop us a thought.


1. JavaScript is used to change the style of some element on a page in response to a user action:You can find this on the Featured Shows page by mousing over and mousing out of the "Current Broadway Musicals," "Current Broadway Plays," and "Longest Running Closed Musicals and Plays" sections. The background color changes, and a border is added.

2. JavaScript is used to change the text on some page in response to a user action: You can find this on the homepage by clicking the title "Broadway Buzz" at the top.

3. JavaScript is used to validate a form: You can find this on the Contact Page. There are 5 validations. If name, phone, or email are left blank. If values entered for phone are non-numeric. If the preferred form of contact is not selected. If the user does not write a message. And finally, if the user successfully submits the form!

4. JavaScript used to change images by roll-over/roll-out or slide show: You can find a slide show at the top of the history page.

5. JavaScript animation is used: You can find this on the Featured Shows page. The title moves across the screen on load. Additional animation can be found on the "West Side Story" page, with a moving box of text underneath the schedule.

6. JavaScript is used to produce some effect on a page that requires the use of conditional statements within: You can find this on the Chicago page by mousing over and mousing out of each of the images. The style changes and a caption appears.


1. On the History page, I used jQuery to create the ArcText effect seen in the title.

2. On the West Side Story page, I used jQuery to create the slideshow of images towards the bottom.

3. On the About page, I used jQuery to have larger bodies of text drop down when you click on the headers "What's Broadway Buzz?, "Get to Know Me," and "My Experience with West Side Story."


1. On the Homepage, when you double click on the title "Broadway Buzz," the text changes, and the color continues to change using an array with JavaScript.

2. On the Reviews Page, when you hover over the image, it fades in and out.

3. On the About Page, when you click on the image of me, it changes to a dance picture.

4. On the Planning Your Day Page, when you click "230 Fifth Rooftop Bar NYC," the paragraph below it disappears. When you click it again, the paragraph reappears.

5.On the Wicked Page, when you click the button toward the bottom under "Gallery from the Various Productions of Wicked," the gallery of photos disappears and reappears.