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Cameron Cox

Aspiring, jack of all trades, Cameron is a Theatre Maker with experience in Stage Management, Dramaturgy and Directing.


From Orem Utah, Cox has a BA in Theatre Arts Studies with emphases in directing, stage management, and dramaturgy and an MA in Media and Performance Studies both From Brigham Young University. 

Cameron has worked in theatre academically and professionally for 8 year. His most recent directing credit was BYU’s 2021 Microburst Theatre Festival following previous experience assistant directing BYU’s Much Ado About Nothing.


Stage management credits include Fiddler on the Roof (The last musical to be performed in the historic de Jong Theatre in the Harrison Fine Arts Center), Operas The Magic Flute, A Dinner Engagement, and Bon Appetite for The School of Music, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Romeo y Julieta and Happysadness for BYU Arts Production, Prothero for the Salt Lake Fringe Festival, and several Stage manager and assistant stage manager roles for productions by the Utah Metropolitan Ballet including The Nutcracker, The Legend of Timpanogos, Snow White, Tribute, Copellia, A Midsummer Nights Dream and Peter Pan.

Dramaturgy credits include Little Shop of Horrors, Illusionary Tales, The 39 Steps and Escape from Planet Death. 


Cameron is currently pursuing an MFA in Stage Management at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas   

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