Stagedoor Manor Inspiring Young Actors
Located in an old Catskills Borscht Belt resort in Loch Sheldrake, New York, Stagedoor Manor is a world-renowned performing arts training center. The summer camp mentors generations of Broadway stars.
Each three-week session, students ages 10-18 immerse themselves in the magic of theater. They perform in 42 fully realized productions in 8 onsite venues including two proscenium theaters, one theatre-in-the-round and three black boxes as well as cabaret spaces.
She loves being able to share her passion for theatre with kids from all over the world. She has worked the past two summers at Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center, an intensive theater summer camp. The indie cult classic movie Camp, which was written and directed by Todd Graff, was based on his summers at Stagedoor Manor. The cast and crew of the film will join Rudetsky and Wesley live on July 28 for a special fundraiser featuring a performance by Stagedoor Manor campers.continue reading