Throughout history, Asian Americans have left an indelible mark on the theatrical landscape, with their diverse perspectives, talents, and cultural contributions. Their invaluable influence has helped shape and enrich the performing arts, infusing them with vibrant colors and nuanced narratives that resonate with audiences far and wide. Yet, as we intentionally celebrate their achievements and […]

At On The Stage, we believe that the incredible pioneers of theatre history deserve recognition for their invaluable contributions to the growth and evolution of the performing arts. In this blog, we’ll delve into the importance of celebrating such trailblazers by exploring the life and career of Boris Aronson, a Yiddish designer who changed Broadway.  […]

Happy Women’s History Month, theatre-makers! This month and every month, make sure to celebrate the many women who make up the beautiful tapestry of the arts – from Broadway and movie stars to writers, producers, directors, makeup artists, poets, costume designers, tech wizards, and everything in between. To show our appreciation, we’ll take a quick […]

Theatre is a powerful art form that has the ability to inspire, challenge, and move us. At On The Stage, we are passionate about promoting the talented and trailblazing individuals who contribute to the theatre industry’s growth and diversity. We believe that sharing stories of accomplished individuals who have made a significant impact in the […]

With Women’s History Month right around the corner, why not explore some of theatre’s most dazzling leading ladies? The following women – both from history and those working today – pushed the envelope, took risks, and changed the face of Broadway for the next generation. Women in History Frances Goodrich 1890-1984 Frances Goodrich started her career […]

At On The Stage, we take pride in acknowledging the accomplishments and contributions of trailblazers and pioneers in the performing arts industry. These individuals have paved the way for future generations and have left an indelible mark on the art industry we have today. Today, we will take a closer look at the story of […]

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

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.

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