Theater Camp opens with a crisis. The founder of a longtime summer camp for drama nerds falls into a coma, turning her beloved institution over to her clueless son. Also, the camp is on the verge of bankruptcy. But faster than you can say "Let's put on a show!" Theater Camp puts on a show and roars to a delightful conclusion complete with a last-minute Peggy Sawyer type coming to the rescue. That Peggy Sawyer reference is an in-joke which is to say theater buffs will gets plenty of in-house laughs, but even if you never took a drama course, you'll find much to like in this breezy mockumentary comedy. Molly Gordon (I loved her in season 2 of The Bear) and Ben Platt hold the camp together with personal drama, hot tears of despair, and heart. Jimmy Tatro makes a fine villain. Noah Galvin saves the day, in more ways than one, including a laugh out loud come out of nowhere turn. I confess, I spent my first year in college taking drama courses and acting as silly as the characters in Theater Camp. Of course, I loved it. One more thing, the young campers of this production are talented and delightful. They help Theater Camp fill 94 minutes with good cheer.