Stagedoor Manor offers total theater immersion, plus all the fun of a great summer camp. It’s the only performing arts program of its type in the world, with students from every state…and six continents!
Do you dream of standing in the spotlight on opening night, of seeing yourself on television or in the movies, of hearing the applause of an audience? Imagine yourself meeting casting agents, talking to directors, producers, and sharing your dreams with kids just like you who love theater and the performing arts!
At Stagedoor Manor, performers of all levels – beginner and advanced – find expression and fulfillment on stage and in the classroom. You make the choices: Musical or Drama? Jazz or Tap? Or both!
You will perform because everyone is cast in a show. You will learn from Directors, Choreographers, and Vocal Coaches who have been selected because of their years of experience motivating and guiding young performers.
Our program is for young performers ages 10-18
Are you interested in joining us for Summer 2016?
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Fun Home composer, four-time Tony Award nominee, and Stagedoor alum Jeanine Tesori became the first female composer to ever receive a star on the famed Playwright’s Sidewalk outside the Lucille Lortel Theatre! Fun Home, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and already the winner of five awards More »
To Celebrate our 40th Anniversary, Stagedoor Manor is sharing a very special Throwback Thursday event with all our Alumni! If you went to Stagedoor Manor, you know that Thursday is Dress Rehearsal Day! Remember the excitement, the nerves, the applause of friends? This summer, you have the More »
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