Cameron-Mitchell Ware

Tenor

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Cameron-­Mitchell Ware, Zodzetrick in Treemonisha. is a theatre/teaching artist from New Orleans, actively creating and performing in New York City and Los Angeles.

 

Recent New Orleans credits include: Coalhouse Walker Jr. in RAGTIME (2017 Big Easy Award Winner – Best Actor in a Musical; Cripple Creek Theatre Co.), Dudley in A Kingdom, A Chasm (Vagabond Inventions), and Jesus in Reefer Madness (Storyville Collective).

 

Other credits include: Passing Strange (Stew) at Columbia University; numerous appearances at Midtown's 'Don't Tell Mama' Cabaret; and Off-Broadway in Deployed: A New Musical.

 

As a teaching artist, Cameron-Mitchell has held residencies and facilitated interactions with theatre & dance for learners across the country with various arts organizations, including: The Wolftrap Arts Institute, KIDsmART, Theatre for A New Audience, Young Audiences, and The Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans.

 

Cameron-Mitchell holds degrees in Musical Theatre and Sociology from Loyola Marymount University.