Cast chemistry is vital to any successful production. The dredges of January can be hard to shake – after so much food, fun, and celebration over break, you may find it difficult to get your actors back into the swing of things come rehearsal time. If you’re looking to raise morale and inspire your students, […]

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 offers 25 suggestions for dynamic and easy-to-execute icebreakers for you to try at your next rehearsal.

With the fall season upon us, it’s time to select your musical programming. On The Stage offers a few suggestions for theatres of all sizes.

Student marketing teams can oftentimes be a critical component to your show’s success. On The Stage dives into the importance of these teams, as well as how to get them started.

Planning your theatrical programming may seem intimidating, but On The Stage can assist with some considerations, as well as steps to get you started.

Engaging feeder schools in your community can help grow your theatre program in the future. On The Stage offers some tips to get started.

On The Stage offers a few tips to maximize your prop usage, and keep you on-budget in the meantime.

Using On The Stage’s all-in-one technology platform, John Greenleaf Whittier Middle School doubled their ticket sales.

On The Stage offers the Pro Producers Mindset Guide to help you reach maximum audience engagement for your next theatre production.

[2022 UPDATED] Keep your students energized during performance week with a few helpful tips from On The Stage.

Creating an eye-catching show program for your production is critical to theatrical success. Check out this step-by-step guide to create the ideal program.

Mental health challenges affect theatre students of all ages. Directors can help.