6 Workflows Built to Develop Audiences and Accelerate Revenue There are noticeable shifts happening in the performing arts industry: subscription sales are declining, patrons are purchasing tickets closer to showtime than ever before, and donations are dwindling across the board. To get ahead of the growing industry challenges, it’s essential to take a business-first approach […]

About Corinth Theatre-Arts Corinth Theatre-Arts was founded in 1968 and is the oldest continually operating theater in Mississippi. In 2015. Executive Director Joshua Steen and a fellow board member found themselves at a crossroads and had to make a critical decision about the future of the theatre. They decided that it was more than worth […]

About Palos Verdes Peninsula High School Located near the Southern California coastline, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School provides a vibrant, compassionate, and diverse learning community with a mission to empower students to reach their full potential; and their Drama Department does just that! Home to Oscar-nominated Stephanie Hsu, the program has helped countless students embrace […]

To ensure ongoing success for each and every one of your productions, it’s more important than ever to keep your audience engaged and excited about your work. Re-engaging and rebuilding your audience is a key area of focus for keeping your seats filled and your productions funded. Using these five tactics in your theatre planning […]

Have fun, fill your house, reward your cast and crew Broadway-sized vision on a way-Off Broadway budget? We’ve been there. Let’s take a look at a few important pieces of business, where the success of your production really hangs: marketing, ticket sales and audience engagement. Download our how to guide filled with contest roadmap, expert […]

There’s no better day than today to take your program to the next level. Here are a few achievable goals for your organization, and exactly how to reach them. There’s a cycle that New Year’s goals tend to take- we make them, we think about them, and… we forget about them. Usually, this happens because […]

When your to-do list is at LEAST a mile long, delegating and staying on top of tasks can seem impossible. With our all-in-one planner, you’ll feel the weight off your shoulders in no time. Remember the homework planners teachers used to have everyone do when they were in Elementary School? Everyone in class would groan […]

Professionalizing your production game just became more accessible than ever, with trusted tips and Broadway hacks. We present to you the unique experience to gather insider tips from the team that’s led by Tony-Award Winning Producer Hunter Arnold. From Dear Evan Hansen to Hadestown, to Once on This Island, and more, the West End experience […]

Create a Professional and Engaging Patron Experience Live theater isn’t just about what happens on the stage, it’s the experience of community that makes it special. When you engage your audiences, you impact your community by encouraging learning, benefiting the economy, and growing artistic passion for the entire theatrical process. In this ebook, we share […]

Take control of your theatre’s financial destiny. Funding for the arts has always been a pain point for theatre creators. You don’t want to feel restricted by tight budgets or a lack of strong donors. On The Stage can help you take control of your theatre’s funding strategies with our new insightful guide. Inside you’ll […]

On-Demand Webinar Watch this webinar with special guests Ben Hart & Brandon James (Seacoast Repertory Theatre, Artistic Directors), Ahmed Dents (San Diego Repertory Theatre, Director of Venue Experience & Artistic Associate), and host Tina Cocumelli (TBD Theatricals) to hear ways to rebuild and re-engage your audiences. In this session, our expert speakers discuss: Tactics to […]

Off-season for your theatre program doesn’t mean fundraising efforts should take the next few months off, too. On The Stage offers a streamlined plan to put your theatre ahead of the game next season. The sun’s out, pools are lively again, school is quiet, and your theatre is likely in the off season. It might […]