Stage Doors

Providing Students a Meaningful Introduction to Live Theatre
TDF’s Stage Doors is a project-based arts education program that provides middle and high school students with a meaningful introduction to live theatre. Each participating class attends a Broadway or Off Broadway performance and participates in eight in-class workshops: four workshops conducted by a professional teaching artist and four conducted by the classroom teacher. The workshops actively engage students in inquiry, creativity and community.

 TDF founded Stage Doors in 1995. Since then over 62,000 students have been introduced to the exciting world of the performing arts. 

Number of participating students: 8250
Number of participating schools: 120

Stage Doors 2014-HD from Theatre Development Fund (tdf) on Vimeo.

How can my school participate?

The Stage Doors program is offered at no cost to middle and high schools within the tri-state area.
Applications for Stage Doors are currently closed.

To contact TDF Stage Doors, email GingerB@tdf.org and AllieR@tdf.org, or call (212) 912-9770, ext. 331.



How Can My School Participate?


How Can My School Participate?