Cameron can be seen this summer at the Ravinia Festival in Chicago as a member of the Street Chorus in Bernstein’s Mass featuring the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop. It is an absolute honor to perform amongst these artists. Directed by Kevin Newbury with Leslie Stifelman as music supervisor and Melissa Mahon as choreographer.
Cameron recently played the part of Peggy Shippen- Arnold in the Musical Theatre Factory’s reading/workshop of AGENT 355: a new punk rock musical. She so thoroughly enjoyed working on Preston Max Allen and Jessica Kahkoska’s musical with this incredible group of artists!
Cameron is thrilled to return to Pittsburgh CLO for another summer season. You can catch her as Joanie Lish in the Full Monty, a Silly Girl in Beauty and the Beast, and in Brigadoon.
Cameron is excited to be heading out to St. Louis for the MUNY's 100th season for The Wiz! Directed by Denis Jones and choreographed by Camille A. Brown with music direction by Darryl Archibald.
Cameron is thrilled to participate in The Studio's premiere concert Hear My Songs: the music of Jason Robert Brown! May 25-31 at the Studio Theatre Tierra Del Sol!
This past summer, Pittsburgh CLO presented Cameron with the 18th annual Julia Deberson Award. Cameron is continuously proud to have received this honor from a company she adores and the incredible people she got to work with at PCLO. Thank you to all the board members, the guild, and the staff who selected her for this prestigious award. She had a fantastic time in the company of In The Heights, Newsies, and Mamma Mia!
The Julia Deberson Award was established to commemorate the memory of Julia Deberson, who served as Executive Assistant to CLO Executive Directors William Thurnhurst and Charles Gray from 1975 to 1994. Every season, the directors and production staff meet to choose one outstanding Ensemble member who best exemplifies Ms. Deberson’s ideals: professional skill, high work ethic, an optimistic attitude, the ability to work well with others and, above all, a passion for one’s work.
Cameron is thrilled to be playing Charlie in We Have Apples- a new musical written by Rachel Griffin and Aron Accurso playing at Theatre Now New York from Nov 29th-Dec17th.
Cameron is beyond thrilled to be joining the casts of In The Heights, Newsies, and Mamma Mia at Pittsburgh CLO!
In The Heights: July 7-16
Newsies: July 18-23
Mamma Mia: July 28-August 6
If you missed her at MTW, you can catch Cameron as Lisa in Mamma Mia! Playing March 23rd through June 25th at the Westchester Broadway Theatre!
Before returning to NYC, Cameron had the wonderful opportunity to play Lisa in Mamma Mia! at Music Theatre Wichita.
Cameron is thrilled to be returning to MTW as a member of their resident company in 2016. She will seen in Nice Work if You Can Get It, Beauty and the Beast, Oklahoma!, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Mamma Mia!
Cameron and her classmates have made it to NYC and will be performing their senior showcase on April 11th at the Ailey Citigroup Theatre at 3:00 and 6:00.
In March, Cameron will play the role of Extraordinary Girl in CCM's main stage production of American Idiot. Directed by Aubrey Berg, Music Direction by Steve Goers, and choreography by Samantha Pollino.
Cameron was just featured in all five shows in Music Theatre Wichita's summer season. She performed in Aida, My Son Pinocchio, Billy Elliot, Big Fish, and Hello Dolly! She had the opportunity to understudy the title role in Aida and play Viola the Fairy in the regional premiere of Disney's My Son Pinocchio. Over the summer she got to work with greats like Mark Madama, Wayne Bryan, Peggy Hickey, Andrew Palermo, Amy Baker-Schwiethale, Brian J. Marcum and Thomas W. Douglas! She is very thankful she got to be a part of this incredible company.