The growth of BroadwaySpace.com has been phenomenal and has far surpassed our goals. With no advertising, the site has attracted people of all ages from Arkansas to Australia, and all because they love theater.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
BroadwaySpace.com, the social networking site linking fans and stars of Broadway, Off-Broadway and more, announced today that it recently surpassed 5,000 members after only a few short months of operation, making it the biggest Broadway social networking site on the web.
Some of those 5,000 members include Broadway stars Laura Bell Bundy (star of Legally Blonde), Laura Benanti (recent Tony Award Winner for Gypsy), Sherie Rene Scott (The Little Mermaid) and David Yazbek (composer of The Full Monty and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels).
Creator/Founder Ken Davenport said, "The growth of BroadwaySpace.com has been phenomenal and has far surpassed our goals. With no advertising, the site has attracted people of all ages from Arkansas to Australia, and all because they love theater."
BroadwaySpace.com features over 8,000 photos, 700 videos, and 2,000 forum postings, all generated from the 5,000+ membership. In addition to interacting with each other and their favorite Broadway stars, BroadwaySpace members have the opportunity to win free tickets to Broadway shows like Wicked, Title of Show, A Chorus Line and more.
Davenport continued, ''Broadway has the most passionate fans on the planet, and now there is a place where all those fans can connect with each other and talk about shows, as well as post videos and photos from their own shows in their local community, and much more . . . no matter where they are in the world."
More About Ken Davenport:
Recently hailed as the ''P.T. Barnum of Off-Broadway'' in the New York Times, featured on a national commercial for the iPhone, and named one of Crain's Forty Under 40, Ken is the only independent producer to have three shows running simultaneously Off-Broadway: Altar Boyz, The Awesome 80s Prom and My First Time. Ken is a producer of the musical 13 which opens on Broadway this fall. He is currently adapting the novel and film Somewhere in Time into a Broadway musical as well as filming a documentary on one of the top unsigned rock bands in the country, Red Wanting Blue.
Ken runs a number of theatrical websites including http://www.DidHeLikeIt.com and http://www.BestOfOffBroadway.com. For more information, visit http://www.DavenportTheatrical.com or Ken's blog at http://www.TheProducersPerspective.com.