Page & Stage Theatre Co.

Logan Street Sanctuary, Inc. is thrilled to welcome Page & Stage Theatre Co.’s Summer Drama Camp to our programming! It is Hamilton County’s ONLY drama-for-literacy summer camp. Join Page & Stage this summer, June 25-July 27, for a five-week summer drama camp, with final performances on July 27 and 28. Register today! The Summer Drama Camp fills up quickly!

About Page & Stage Theatre Co.

After 19 years, the renowned Kokomo Summer Drama Camp has gotten a new name and a new home base! In 2017, we brought our passion for drama, creativity, fun, and mentorship to Noblesville. In our new home at Logan Street Sanctuary, we’ll bring special theatre events and workshops for all ages to the  community, and be an exciting part of Noblesville’s Cultural Arts District

OUR DIRECTOR We’re under the direction of Dr. Paul “Spike” Wilson, a professional director, playwright, and theatre educator with over 25 years of experience. Under his leadership, Kokomo Summer Drama Camp grew into one of the longest-running, most intensive, most successful theatre camps in the Midwest.  He has trained nearly 900 young actors, many of whom have gone on to professional careers in the theatre.

OUR COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE AND MENTORSHIP: We offer a safe, educational, and fun summer for children 4 and up, and adults by special arrangement. Whatever your current level of drama experience, we will build on your current skills to make you the best actor you can be. You’ll walk away more confident and creative. 

AFFORDABLE: $200 for a 5-week Basic or Intermediate Camp, and $250 for a 5-week Advanced Camp, we’re competitively priced. Hour-for-hour of instruction, we undercut IRT, CYT, Junior Civic Theatre, Footlite, and Young Actors Theatre.

Contact Spike Wilson, Camp Director, at (765) 860-7557 or

More information about our 2018 Summer Workshop can be found here!


 The Mission of Page & Stage Theatre Co. is to develop great performers and people, using theatre to inspire creative self-learning, confidence, enthusiasm, kindness, and a passion for the arts and overall education. More than just “another summer theatre program,” we are committed to campers succeeding onstage and ofi, by learning about acting, preparing performances, and “rehearsing for reality!”

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