Stagedoor Manor Will Celebrate 40th Anniversary With "World Wide Reunion," Benefiting The Actors Fund

News   Stagedoor Manor Will Celebrate 40th Anniversary With "World Wide Reunion," Benefiting The Actors Fund
 
Stagedoor Manor, the famed theatre camp that inspired the 2003 comedic drama "Camp" as well as the 2010 novel "Theatre Geek," will celebrate its 40th anniversary in 2015. To mark the milestone, Stagedoor Manor is launching a virtual "World Wide Reunion" throughout the entire year to bring together thousands of alumni and friends.

To participate in the "World Wide Reunion," which will also benefit The Actors Fund, alumni and friends of Stagedoor can visit StagedoorManor40.com to make a donation in support of The Actors Fund.

All who make a donation will receive a special edition Stagedoor Manor 40th anniversary logo flag. Donors are encouraged to take a photo of themselves in a creative space, displaying the flag, and then upload it to the website with a caption, name and location. All photos shared will be accessible by any who visit.

"There isn't a party venue in the world that could fit the giant, international network of friends and alumni we've amassed over the past 40 years," Stagedoor Manor owner Cindy Samuelson said in a statement. "This initiative is our way of giving everyone the chance to celebrate our anniversary, while giving back to the community that we know, love, and work in by supporting The Actors Fund."

For the past 40 years, children and teens (ages 10-18) from all over the world have been traveling to Stagedoor Manor to perfect their skills in acting, singing and dance.

Read more about what a day at Stagedoor is like in the Playbill.com feature "A Moment in the Woods."

Josh Charles
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