To kick off Black History Month, we’re highlighting a few talented Black playwrights who have left their marks on the world of theatre – and on the entertainment industry as a whole. The list below contains a handful of historical pioneers, alongside new writers to watch. August Wilson American playwright August Wilson has been called […]

Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of activist Martin Luther King, Jr.  While MLK undoubtedly changed the course of American history through his profound work towards racial equality and advancing civil rights, the miniter’s reach didn’t end there. We explore a few ways MLK also influenced the world of performing arts, and artist expression […]

On The Stage presents a few tips to keep your theatre on-budget as you hunt for authentic costumes and set pieces for your period piece.

On The Stage celebrates the lives and works of Indigenous creators during Native American Heritage Month.

Halloween season may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some spooky musicals year-round! Here are musicals to keep the Halloween spirit alive.

With Halloween right around the corner, On The Stage suggests some on-theme improv games to get you in the spooky mood.

On The Stage celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with plays, novels, and musicals representing the Latinx community.

Happy Pride Month! On The Stage presents some shows that spotlight the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as resources for those who may need them.

The Tony Awards are fast approaching, and On The Stage offers you a few ways to celebrate.

To honor Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, On The Stage recognizes the AAPI trailblazers and their works.