In 2010 Meridian Music School voice instructor, Jane West, began directing the Education Department’s Musical Theater Camp at Meridian Music.  She has grown the camp from a group of just five children performing fables to a cast of more than 30 putting on a full-length production with music, sets, costumes, and makeup!  M3 Theatre Camp is a 501©3 Not-For-Profit Organization.  M3 holds fundraisers throughout the year and relies on support from the community to keep the program running.  In 2018 and 2019 M3 Theatre Camp was grateful to be a recipient of an Arts Grant from the City of Carmel.

M3 Theatre Camp’s mission is to help children learn the skills of discipline, teamwork, and creativity through quality programs that allow each child to shine!  M3’s camps are open to children between the ages of 8 and 14.  All students, regardless or past experience or skill level are cast in the summer production.  The camp runs for 3-weeks each June with shows on the last three evenings of camp.  

MOANA, JR. Camp – July 12th-30th – Sign-Up Today!!

M3 Theatre Camp, like many other arts organizations, had to make the difficult decision last summer to postpone the 2020 summer camp. 

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding the Moana, Jr. camp this summer.   This three-week camp will begin on Monday, July 12th and runs through Friday, July 30th.  The first two-weeks of camp will be held at Meridian Music School, and the final week of rehearsals and performances will be held at The Cat Theater.  Camp times are 9:00am-3:00pm Monday through Friday for the entire three weeks with evening performances on Wednesday, July 28th, Thursday, July 29th, and Friday, July 30th.  All participants will need to schedule a meet and greet session prior to the start of camp.  The dates, times, and location for the meet and greets will be announced soon and will most likely be held at the end of June.

M3 Theatre Camps allows students with no prior experience to enter the magical world of musical theater.   Students will gain new skills, make new friends, and build confidence performing publicly.   In addition to learning lines, music, and choreography, students get to design and make props, sets, and some of their own costume items.  Tuition is $550.00 per student.  Sign up and pay by March 1st for a 10% early bird discount.  To sign up, contact Hillary Blake at 317-805-0933 or