Be a Broadway Star – the popular Broadway board game that puts YOU in the spotlight!
This isn’t your typical board game. This is a Broadway board game! And that means you’ll have lots of chances to show off your stuff along the way, with interactive “make or break” cards that just might have you singing and dancing on your turn! Just remember, at the end of the game, whoever has the most fans wins!
Can you make it all the way to the Broadway Hall of Fame?
Find out today when you play Be A Broadway Star, the brand new board game for Broadway theater lovers of all ages!
Learn How to Play Our Broadway Board Game!
Do you want to make it to the Broadway Hall of Fame? Find out how in our Broadway video! Just click the video to the left, or on the button below to learn now!
Be A Broadway Star is dedicated to creating Broadway gifts and goodies for theater lovers of all ages! Brainchild of Tony Award-Winning Broadway Producer, Ken Davenport, Be A Broadway Star has been providing families with hours of entertainment since it’s inception in 2011.
Be A Broadway Star originally started with our flagship product, the Be A Broadway Star board game, which has been played by thousands of Broadway fans since 2011! The board game has been featured in the New York Times, on the Today Show, Playbill and many other publications.
Ken Davenport is a Broadway visionary who is on a mission to bring Broadway to the masses, and make Broadway more accessible to all. By creating entertaining and useful products, like the Be A Broadway Star board game, theater fans across the country are able to bring a piece of Broadway home to their living rooms.
Ken Davenport is a Broadway producer whose credits include Once On This Island, The Play That Goes Wrong, Groundhog Day (Tony nomination), Deaf West Theatre’s Spring Awakening (Tony nomination), Allegiance, It’s Only a Play, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Godspell, Kinky Boots (Broadway – Tony Award, National Tour, Toronto and West End), The Visit (Tony nomination), Mothers and Sons (Tony nomination), The Bridges of Madison County, Chinglish, Oleannastarring Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles, Speed-the-Plow, Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America, Blithe Spirit starring Angela Lansbury (Broadway, West End and tour), and 13, as well as Daddy Long Legs, That Bachelorette Show (Creator), Altar Boyz (Co-Conceiver), My First Time (Author), The Awesome 80s Prom(Creator), and Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, & Marriage (Author) Off-Broadway. Ken’s productions have been produced internationally in over 25 countries around the world. In addition to his own work, Ken was recently named the Executive Producer of North America for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group.
- "We love this game!! Similar to The Game of Life, but much more enjoyable for this theatre family! This game is perfect for all ages of theatre lovers. You have to know your shows, but it's a blast!"
- "I have a teenager who loves theater and this board game was just what we didn't know we needed to add to our family game nights! Even my husband who "isn't into the theater" got into the game."
- "My daughter who is 13 loves Broadway and loves this game. It's kind of like "The Game of Life" but with a Broadway theme. You do soft of need to have some knowledge of Broadway songs, as there are times in the game where you get extra credit if you can sing songs from various Broadway shows."
- "As an adult music teacher who often has big parties with other music buffs, this game was a hit! It's funny, it's not complicated, but it's very, very fun! We had a good time doing the wide range of 'talent' challenges and it was varied enough that it seemed to appeal to both ultimate musical fans and people who didn't know quite as much. It would be pretty difficult for people who aren't familiar with musicals to play it (but why would they?)."
- "If you love Broadway and listen to show tunes, this game is a must have. If you can count on one hand the number of musicals you've seen, you can still play it and have fun, but not as much fun. There are cards where you have to act out a death scene or make an entrance as a villain (evil laugh required). Perform a skill that no one else can do or pitch a Broadway musical about your life. It's not all about singing and dancing so anyone can play and have fun even if they can't sing every word of Les Miz."