Cammerron Baits is a professional theater director, actor, and acting coach based in New York, New York.
A passionately active member of the vibrant NYC theatre community, Cammerron has directed numerous full-length, one-act, and short festival plays at revered Manhattan venues including the Manhattan Repertory Theatre and The Players Theatre. His work has consistently received positive reviews and praise in respected publications including HuffPost and Broadway World.
Also an accomplished actor, Cammerron has lent his stage talents to productions of time-honored shows in New York, California, Florida, and Idaho, including A Midsummer Night's Dream, Spring Awakening, Romeo and Juliet, and The Graduate. Adept in modern, jazz, and contemporary dance, he's highly skilled in crafting elegant and emotive stage movement, frequently serving as dance captain and fight captain.
Numerous acting colleagues have also benefitted from Cammerron's personalized coaching sessions, covering multiple acting proficiency areas such as monologue selection and preparation, character study, audition preparation, and memorization.
Cammerron received a B.A. in Theatre Studies (Directing & Acting) from Brigham Young University - Idaho. He is also level 3 Certified in Alba Emoting, having trained for 3 years under Hyrum Conrad of BYU.