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In the One The Stage Trailblazer Series, we look at legendary titans of the theatre – those who shattered stereotypes, broke glass ceilings, and made history. Today, we highlight Puerto Rican actress, dancer, and singer Rita Moreno. One of the last surviving actors in the Golden Age of Hollywood, Moreno continues to dazzle on stage […]
As the leaves turn fiery hues and the chill in the air deepens, we find ourselves deep in the trenches of the spooky season. So why not brew up something new to bring a little magic to your theatre offerings? Whether you’re looking to keep things light(ish) or go full dark and twisty, On The […]
School theatre rehearsals can be both thrilling and demanding. Balancing the fun and productivity in these rehearsals is key to creating a memorable and successful production. By following these tips, you can ensure that your time in the theatre is both enjoyable and rewarding, leaving you and your students with unforgettable memories and a fantastic […]
Ah, networking. For some of us (lookin’ at you, extroverts), this may come naturally. For others, networking can be tricky or a little anxiety-inducing without some guidance. So, what is networking, exactly? It’s the process of building relationships and finding support amongst your peers, colleagues, or other important professional figures within your industry. During networking, […]
There’s nothing quite like the excitement at the beginning of the school year. The latest supplies and clothes, a refreshed mindset, and plenty of opportunities for new experiences. If you find yourself at the helm of a theatre class and want to help your students feel both excited and at ease in your classroom, improv […]
While you’re relaxing this summer, whether lying by the pool, going on vacations, or just taking some downtime, you can also continue learning and bettering your program through a summer reading list. Books on the history of theatre, famous theatre makers, and how to hone your craft can help you run a more successful program, […]
An exciting awards season came to a close Sunday night as Broadway toasted the best of the best at the 2023 Tony Awards. It’s the biggest night of the year for theatre lovers and as always, there were some great words of wisdom to take from the honorees. Additionally, there was some incredible advice that […]
Happy Mental Health Awareness Month! If you’re searching for ways to improve your mental health – and enjoy yourself while doing so – try engaging with theatre or other performing arts experiences. On The Stage explores a few ways that theatre itself can improve mental well-being… one performance at a time. Theatre Creates a Community […]
Casting the leads in your next production can be a make or break decision as it concerns your show’s overall success. Should you go with the seasoned pro who harbors a bit of an ego, or the green hopeful who’s not so confident, but has the passion in spades? While there’s no true right or […]
Cast chemistry is vital to any successful production. Improvisation is a great way to build confidence, connect with others, and think outside the box. If you’re looking to raise morale and inspire your cast and crew, you won’t want to miss these 23 exciting improv games! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced improviser, these games […]
One of the most exciting times in the theatre-making process is the audition phase – watching enthusiastic hopefuls enter the stage and (hopefully) dazzle you with their talents. While this time in the creation of your art is no doubt exhilarating, it can easily derail into a stressful situation if you fail to prepare, or […]
Creating and fostering a strong cast is crucial to producing a strong show. On The Stage offers tips to strengthen your cast from lead roles to background actors.
As tech week arrives, you may be feeling overwhelmed. On The Stage offers some tips to help you prepare, as well as the handy A Director’s Guide to a Successful Tech Week.