Actors are Pretty ‘Sticious

On the latest episode of The Stage Mom’s Podcast, we discuss theatre superstitions with the crew from Two Drinks & Haunting Podcast (or TDAH) including our good friend, Nathan.

55 Thoughts We Had While Watching CABARET for the First Time

If you listen to our podcast (which you should) we recently talked about how there is a gap in our musical theatre knowledge. To remedy this, we’ve decided to educate ourselves during this time of quarantine. Our first stop, au Cabaret! We’re calling these episodes “Misinformed Musicals,” where we come up with our own synopsis […]

Theatre and Mental Health

“If you live a long life and get to the end of it without ever once having felt crushingly depressed, then you probably haven’t been paying attention.”

Boredom Busters: Day 3

Happy Saturday everybody! Here are your weekend coloring sheets. I think next week we might host a live coloring session so stay tuned for that! Your subjects today are inspired by musical theatre characters and movies.

Boredom Busters: Day 2

We hope you are all staying safe and staying well. Both of our families are practicing social distancing and trying to find fun and productive things to do during the day to flex our creative muscles and hopefully bring a little peace to these uncertain times. Yesterday we released three free printable coloring pages and […]

Boredom Busters: Day 1

Social distancing is super important right now, but keeping yourself and the kiddos occupied at home can be difficult. Here at the Stage Moms, we feel like it is our duty to contribute to the greater good in whatever way we can. We are both entertainers at heart so you can expect some new content […]

Live In It

There’s this little voice in my mind that pokes it’s stupid annoying head out from time-to-time and asks, “what’s next?”. Sometimes we get so caught up in doing the next thing or achieving the next goal, that we don’t give ourselves time to celebrate the thing that just freaking happened.