Broadway theaters have been assiduous about promoting their value to New York City’s economy, releasing annual reports and other data on their audiences’ ticket-buying habits, demographics and consumer preferences. These are then used as evidence of Broadway’s role as a major economic engine, helping advocates lobby city and state governments for tax breaks and other incentives. Continue reading “Lincoln Center’s $2.4 Billion Impact on New York City”
New York City’s apartment buildings, hotels and tenements have provided both shelter and inspiration for some of history’s leading composers. Check out the below interactive map to see where composers from Mahler and Bernstein to Ives and Cage have called home across the city’s boroughs.