Cameron has coached and taught Acting,
Shakespeare, Text Analysis, Improvisation, Stage Movement and Stage Combat for over 10 years. He
comes to The Theatre School from Carnegie Mellon University, where he served as
Assistant Professor of Acting in the School of Drama and an Instructor of
Acting in the School of Music.
Cameron served as an instructor of Performance
and African-American Theatre at the University of Delaware, where he was also a
company member of the Resident Ensemble Players — the professional resident
acting company that serves as the mentoring group to the MFA candidates in the
Professional Theatre Training Program.
An actor and director, Cameron
most recently played the role of Ed in City Theatre's Momentum Festival
production of Halftime with Don, and
directed August Wilson's Seven Guitars
at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also directed Once On This Island. In
addition, Cameron developed/directed a reading series that
introduced students, faculty and staff to plays from underrepresented
populations and cultures. This series allowed for community
collaboration in new and flexible ways.
Cameron's regional theatre
credits as an actor include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Texas Shakespeare
Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival,
Richmond Shakespeare Festival, Michigan Shakespeare Festival, Meadow Brook
Theatre, Plowshares Theatre Company, Stages Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee
Repertory Theatre, BoarsHead Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Water Works Theatre
Company, Quantum Theatre, Off the Wall Theatre, City Theatre, Bricolage and No
Name Players. In addition, he actively works in voiceovers and commercials.