About

PIONEERS OF IMAGINATION, SPIRIT AND PERFORMANCE In 1913, Charlotte Perry and Portia Mansfield fulfilled their dreams of creating a theatre and dance camp in the mountains. Perry-Mansfield is recognized as the oldest continuously-operating performing arts school and camp in the nation. Throughout the years, a number of distinguished alumni, faculty, and guest artists have passed through the doors of Perry-Mansfield. Today, students from all over the world take classes from a select group of accomplished and internationally renowned faculty. The tradition of Perry-Mansfield remains unsurpassed as the camp continues to prepare emerging young artists for the stage. Recent alumni are performing with Ballet Hispanico, Battleworks Dance Company, Munich Ballet, the Paul Taylor Dance Company, Nederlands Dance Theatre, and in film, on Broadway and television. We invite you to share in the magic of Perry-Mansfield. To learn more, watch the overview video below.

HISTORY OF PERRY-MANSFIELD

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
GARY WILNER, PRESIDENT
LORE MARVIN, TREASURER
KATHLEEN WASSERMAN, PAST PRESIDENT
KATHY BARKER
CAMI BUNN, SECRETARY
FAYE MORGENSTERN
SUE NEVILLE
MICHELLE OSTERMAN