OnStage at Stevens

OnStage at Stevens features accomplished musicians and performers, adding a new meaning to the priority of a vibrant campus.

It’s true – a tech school like Stevens can have an enriching arts program. In 2016-17, Stevens launched OnStage, a performing arts and cultural series bringing premier music, theater, dance, literary arts and other entertainment to campus.

Set inside the DeBaun Auditorium, which thanks to donor support now has upgraded sound capabilities, the inaugural OnStage performances have featured ensembles from the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and fine jazz musicians playing before packed crowds.

“When we talk about building a vibrant campus, renovating DeBaun and launching OnStage are valuable added layers to our academic, residential and other facilities,” said David Zimmerman ’90, director of university events. “These events have been highly popular with our alumni and have drawn even people new to Stevens to our campus. They also are an excellent way we can expose students to the arts, giving them a more well-rounded college experience on top of the great technical education they are receiving.”

OnStage has encouraged several notable supporters. “OnStage is an exciting new program, and I’m happy to support it,” said Tom Moschello ’63 M.S. ’65, former trustee and president of the Stevens Alumni Association. “These shows are high-quality and entertaining, and they add a rich artistic layer to everything technical and innovative we do on campus.”