Cammerron 

Baits

DIRECTOR - ACTOR - COACH

 

I am dedicated

to portraying the power of human intimacy in an elegant and impactful manner, that evokes a sense of true story immersion and an authentic connection to the characters' emotions: their triumphs, struggles, pain, and joy. 

 

I'm passionate about exploring dynamic relationships and the impact that intimacy and love have on the psyche. As our interactions with others shape our lives and ultimately our hearts, exploring these experiences through theatre has the ability to elicit a visceral reaction with audiences from all walks of life.

 

My ultimate artistic goal is to bring each script to life with tasteful stage direction, powerful blocking and expressive talent, while extracting and amplifying the elements of relatability that convey humans' intrinsic interconnectivity. 

UPCOMING

Projects

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The Housewives of Secaucus:
What a Drag

Playing Carla Cavetelli

Martini-fueled hair-pulling! Snarky and passive aggressive side comments! Sex scandals! Hats! What more could you possibly ask from an evening of indulging in a live version of the shows you love to hate?

Much more, it seems. And Housewives of Secaucus delivers.

Amidst the trappings of a classic Real Housewives-style reality show is a story about women putting aside their differences and various beefs to come together to create change. The “HOS” have taken the empty pettiness of reality TV and infused it with heart and hope (and some solid 1980s girl-power anthems) to create a show that is more than its surface appeal.

Opens May 1st - Open Ended Run
Friday's @9:30 pm and Saturday's @ 8pm

Actor's Temple Theatre
NEW YORK, NY

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Rock of Ages

Playing The Mayor and J'Kieth

jukebox musical built around classic rock songs from the 1980s, especially from the famous glam metal bands of that decade. The musical features songs from StyxJourneyBon JoviPat BenatarTwisted SisterSteve PerryPoison and Europe, among other well-known rock bands. It was written by Chris D'Arienzo, directed by Kristin Hanggi and choreographed by Kelly Devine with music supervision, arrangements and orchestrations by Ethan Popp.

August 7th - August 22
I perform Thursday's @7:30pm and Sunday's @ 4pm

The Company Theatre
Norwell, Ma