The Sunday Giveaway: The “Be a Broadway Star” Board Game!
You can tell by the number of tourists arriving in Times Square and the number of A Christmas Carol productions around the country.
So for this week’s giveaway, we thought we’d give out what has become one of the top theater gifts of the last few years: our Be A Broadway Star board game!
Didn’t know we created a board game? Well, we did! Yep, it was one of those shower moments of mine (“How come Broadway doesn’t have a board game?”), and we released it three years ago (click here to read the original announcement). It was in a bunch of top gift lists, was featured on the Today Show and is one of Amazon’s Top Selling Gifts every holiday season.
But forget imagining, because one of you is going to get it for free!
Here’s how you can win your very own Be A Broadway Star board game.
In the game, we have these “Make or Break” cards (which are everyone’s favorite). They’re like Community Chest or Chance cards in Monopoly. The only difference is that they include tasks that you have to do before you get your “prize.” Some cards make you sing a Sondheim lyric or speak in an accent, or perform an interpretive dance. You know, the type of stuff you might be called upon to do in an audition with an evil casting director behind the table.
Make up your own “Make Or Break” card task and put it in the comment sections, and we’ll pick one who’ll win the game!
Good luck! I hope you “Make It!”
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– Come to my 6th Annual Producer’s Perspective Social on 12/12! Click here to RSVP.
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– Attend the How to Audition Workshop on 12/5. Only one participant spot and a few auditor spots are left! Click here to register.
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Ken created one of the first Broadway podcasts, recording over 250 episodes over 7 years. It features interviews with A-listers in the theater about how they “made it”, including 2 Pulitzer Prize Winners, 7 Academy Award Winners and 76 Tony Award winners. Notable guests include Pasek & Paul, Kenny Leon, Lynn Ahrens and more.