Theatre – Performing Arts
Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Camille now lives and works in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Camille holds a degree in Counseling and Human Services with a Concentration in Human Development and a Minor in Theatre Arts from the University of Scranton. Camille aims to incorporate her educational background into her work as a director, actor and educator. Camille is honored to hold the position of Arts and Education Outreach Manager at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple. At the SCC, she is responsible for developing Educational Programming including field trips, educational workshops, theatrical productions and more. As the director of the Scranton Cultural Center Youth Theatre Program, Camille works to foster an inclusive arts community where children of all ages can thrive by learning about themselves and the world around them regardless of ability or financial means. Within this program, Camille gets to thrive creatively as a director and designer.
Camille performs regularly at the Little Theatre of Wilkes-Barre and with the annual Scranton Shakespeare Festival. Camille serves on the Board of Directors for the Scranton Fringe Festival and on the Advisory Board for the Weinberg Memorial Library at the University of Scranton.
Theatre Arts have been an integral part of Camille’s life, and she embraces any opportunity to engage younger generations in the arts.