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Cammerron Baits

 
Birth Place:
San Diego, California
Bio:
Cammerron Baits (Director/Actor) a graduate from BYU-Idaho, with a passion for people and the stories they have to tell. He is grateful to be able to play make believe for a living, His favorite directorial experience to date has been "Maximalista". Some favorite past acting credits include Ricky ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: San Diego, California

Bio:
Cammerron Baits (Director/Actor) a graduate from BYU-Idaho, with a passion for people and the stories they have to tell. He is grateful to be able to play make believe for a living, His favorite directorial experience to date has been "Maximalista". Some favorite past acting credits include Ricky ... (read complete bio)
 

 

Cammerron Baits Biography

Cammerron Baits (Director/Actor) a graduate from BYU-Idaho, with a passion for people and the stories they have to tell. He is grateful to be able to play make believe for a living, His favorite directorial experience to date has been "Maximalista". Some favorite past acting credits include Ricky (Making Porn: A comedy) Lysander (Midsummer Nights Dream) and Alan stang (Equus). You can see him next directing "Hal and His Atomic Laser Beam" here at the Manhattan Rep. March 9th- 10th @ 6:30pm. For more of his wild adventures in this beautiful word we call theatre follow him on Instagram @doublemdoubler.




Cammerron Baits News

Recover Me Announces Film And Visual Arts Mental Health Awareness Fundraiser Photo Recover Me Announces Film And Visual Arts Mental Health Awareness Fundraiser
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2021

Recover Me will present the Their Third annual mental health awareness fundraiser. Recover-Me is an international annual fundraiser that uses original short films and visual arts to promote an educational and community orientated understanding of mental illness.

HOUSEWIVES OF SECAUCUS: WHAT A DRAG Comes to the Actors Temple Theatre Next Month Photo HOUSEWIVES OF SECAUCUS: WHAT A DRAG Comes to the Actors Temple Theatre Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Apr 8, 2021

HOUSEWIVES OF SECAUCUS: WHAT A DRAG is a new interactive musical comedy conceived by Nancy Levine and written and directed by three-time Emmy Award Winner Anthony Wilkinson and directed by Hank Kiraly. 

Queens Shakespeare and What Dreams May Co. Present BARE Photo Queens Shakespeare and What Dreams May Co. Present BARE
by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2019

After another critically acclaimed season with productions of Henry VI parts I, II, and III and the smash hit Godspell Queens Shakespeare and What Dreams May Co. return to the stage for presentations of A Midsummer Night's Dream and BARE (Book and Music: Damon Intrabartolo, Book and Lyrics: Jon Hartmere). Join us for a season of epic stories. Next up Damon Intrabartolo and Jon Hartmere's musical BARE.

Photo Flash: Queens Shakespeare In Partnership With What Dreams May Co. Present BARE Photo Photo Flash: Queens Shakespeare In Partnership With What Dreams May Co. Present BARE
by Julie Musbach - May 22, 2019

Director Christina Sheehan's staging of this cult favorite coming-of-age rock musical shines the looking glass on a group of high school students and their struggles at their private catholic boarding school. 

Emerging Artists' New Work Series Announces Week One Line-Up Photo Emerging Artists' New Work Series Announces Week One Line-Up
by Stephi Wild - Feb 27, 2019

Emerging Artists Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director Paul Adams, celebrates their 25th season by presenting their bi annual New Work Series. The series runs February 27 - March 17 at TADA Theater in the Flatiron District and features new works from a diverse group of artists. New musical, plays, solo-shows and dance pieces (in varies stages of development), will be presented.

Emerging Artists Theatre Announces Line-up For 2019 New Work Series Photo Emerging Artists Theatre Announces Line-up For 2019 New Work Series
by Julie Musbach - Feb 18, 2019

Emerging Artists Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director Paul Adams, celebrates their 25th season by presenting their bi annual New Work Series. The series runs February 27 - March 17 at TADA Theater in the Flatiron District and features new works from a diverse group of artists. New musical, plays, solo-shows and dance pieces (in varies stages of development), will be presented.

SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend! Photo SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 2, 2018

Spring's Awakening, the classic play by Frank Wedekend that inspired the popular musical, opens this weekend at the Producers Club Sonnet Theater. When asked about this tragic-comedy of the teenage experience of sexual awakening's Wedekind often referred to this show as the Child's Tragedy. As the central characters face the transition into adulthood they are faced with discovering what that means for them and how it will impact their self identity as too often this subject is not one that would be discussed with the adults of this society. As preconceived notions fade, and paradigms shift, the illusions are Shed and Melchior will have to come to terms with the consequences of his actions.

Photo Flash: SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend Photo Photo Flash: SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend
by Stephi Wild - Oct 31, 2018

Spring's Awakening, the classic play by Frank Wedekend that inspired the popular musical, opens this weekend at the Producers Club Sonnet Theater. When asked about this tragic-comedy of the teenage experience of sexual awakening's Wedekind often referred to this show as the Child's Tragedy. As the central characters face the transition into adulthood they are faced with discovering what that means for them and how it will impact their self identity as too often this subject is not one that would be discussed with the adults of this society. As preconceived notions fade, and paradigms shift, the illusions are Shed and Melchior will have to come to terms with the consequences of his actions.

SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend! Photo SPRING'S AWAKENING To Play At The Producers Club This Weekend!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 30, 2018

Spring's Awakening, the classic play by Frank Wedekend that inspired the popular musical, opens this weekend at the Producers Club Sonnet Theater. When asked about this tragic-comedy of the teenage experience of sexual awakening's Wedekind often referred to this show as the Child's Tragedy. As the central characters face the transition into adulthood they are faced with discovering what that means for them and how it will impact their self identity as too often this subject is not one that would be discussed with the adults of this society. As preconceived notions fade, and paradigms shift, the illusions are Shed and Melchior will have to come to terms with the consequences of his actions.

MAXIMALISTA Now At The Hudson Guild Theater Photo MAXIMALISTA Now At The Hudson Guild Theater
by Rebecca Russo - Aug 31, 2018

Maximalista, playing this weekend at The Hudson Guild Theatre, has been praised by the Huffington Post as 'Zesty yet also smart and sympathetic.' This one act play follows Davi, who is a lover, painter, mother, and dreamer trying to hide her struggle with mental health and hyper-sexuality. Her journey is one both full of pain and pleasure as she searches for that much needed release, while fighting to reconnect with her estranged family. It is a meditation on art, family, and how far people will go to escape their inner demons.