Web Design (BWD) represents the finest in Internet web
design, specializing in the genre of the Performing Arts. BWD
provides unique, crafted websites for performers, musicals, plays, theatre
companies, touring shows, and performance venues, as well as artists and
Artistry. Pride. Dedication. This
is Broadway Web Design's Mission
in every aspect of every project.
receive a personal touch by a designer
with both experience in and an appreciation of the performing arts field.
The quality and artistry provided by BWD is evident on sites like
- The Official Christine Andreas Web Site,
Brent Barrett Online, and The
Leslie Giammanco Website.
Broadway Web Design
understands the role an official website plays in a performer's career: a
fan base, a vivid profile, and recognition in the world's fastest growing
medium. And BWD knows how to utilize the internet medium to
make a lasting impact for its clients.
really succeed on the Internet you need a designer with a personal stake
in the way you are viewed by the world. Through Kristine’s constant
commitment and creativity, my site has adapted and expanded with each
new phase of my career, expanding my fan base and creating a unique
environment that they look forward to visiting often."
In addition to web page creation, BWD offers a
wide-range of services including web hosting, domain name registration,
e-mail access, guestbooks, fan pages, message boards, search engine
submissions, interviews and reviews, digital photography, graphics
creations, image scanning, and streaming audio files.
Two basic web
design packages are available to be custom-tailored to clients'
individual needs. Contact Kristine
for your personalized consultation (BWD is based in Manhattan).
Internet is Named the
# 1 Technology
Shaping Theatre in the 1990's
Internet will let the world in on a big secret: there are a lot of
theatregoers. A lot. But other media don't take us
seriously because we're too spread out. We've always needed
a place where we could come together and claim our rights as a
community of millions. Online is our only practical way to
go. The Internet is the dream
medium for theater fans - the virtual Algonquin Round Table, as I
like to think of it."
"Right now you're able to get any
information on any show - on any facet of any show - with just a
few clicks. You can see what the theatre looks like, order
tickets, see how the box office is doing, join a fan club, and
generally learn more about a show than the few lines newspapers
have room for."
"Also, it's a gift for the obsessive
fan. You can find out everything about the show, download
clips, and even write to the stars! And they answer!"
- From "Those Magic Changes: The
By Robert Viagas (Founder of Theatre.com
Magazine, Winter 1999/2000 Millenium Issue