Joanne Camp is a recent transplant to Albuquerque from New York City, where she pursued a professional acting career. Joanne’s credits include Broadway: Dinner at Eight, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Heidi Chronicles (Drama Desk & Tony Award nominations), and Coastal Disturbances. Off-Broadway: Geniuses (Clarence Derwent & Theatre World Awards), Painting Churches, As It Is In Heaven, Lips Together, Teeth Apart; and Ms. Camp was 25-year member of The Pearl Theatre Company where she performed in over 50 classical productions from Aeschylus to Hellman. Her work at The Pearl has been recognized with an Obie Award for Continued Excellence and a Joseph A Callaway Award for Classical Performance. Film/TV: Private Parts, Law & Order, Damages, The Luckiest Man in the World, and Canterbury’s Law. Most recently, Joanne was seen onstage as Martha in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at Santa Fe University, and at Albuquerque’s FUSION Theatre in August: Osage County, The Mandrake & First Love, and in the independent feature film, “Warrior Woman” with Julie Reichert directing. She is currently appearing in FUSION production of Jon Robin Baitz’ Other Desert Cities.
Joanne Camp Awards and Nominations
|Drama Desk Awards - 1989 - Outstanding Featured Actress - Play|
|Joanne Camp, The Heidi Chronicles|
|Tony Awards - 1989 - Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play|
|Joanne Camp , The Heidi Chronicles|