Camille A. Brown brings musicality and a passion for storytelling to her choreography for Broadway and Off-Broadway theater productions. She relishes the opportunity to live in both worlds, because working in theater “has helped me be a better choreographer.”

Camille brings theatricality and musicality to all her personal work, while investing that same urgency and depth into theater projects.


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“energetic and very in-the-body choreography”
— Exeunt Magazine

“stunning choreography…Camille A. Brown, the choreographer, brings out a graceful strength in the dancers, reminiscent of her work with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.”

“…the choreography is crisp, high energy, suggestive, somber, and always powerful in the performance.”
— The Column Online

“What a delight it is to enter the world of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND!”
— The New York Times

“After seeing this imaginative and dynamic musical, you may feel once is not enough!”
— Time Out New York

"lively period flavor”
— Broadway World

“…Brown’s choreography beautifully aid the transitions, setting, time and place.”
— Theater Reviews by John Clum

“Camille A. Brown has managed to make her performers seem like people dancing rather than dancers.”
— Star-Telegram

“Camille A. Brown’s choreography is fun, inventive and watchable.”
— Times Square Chronicles



April 1 | Easter Sunday

From executive producers Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice, Marc Platt, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron comes NBC's next live musical spectacular, the groundbreaking rock opera "Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert," starring John Legend, Alice Cooper and Sara Bareilles.

Choreographer: Camille A. Brown
Associate Choreographer: Rickey Tripp
Assistant Choreographer: Mayte Natalio


New York, NY, December 2017

This is the sweeping theatrical power of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND—the universal tale of Ti Moune, a fearless peasant girl in search of her place in the world, and ready to risk it all for love. Guided by the mighty island gods (played by Tony Award® winner Lea Salonga, Alex Newell, Merle Dandridge, and Quentin Earl Darrington), Ti Moune sets out on a remarkable journey to reunite with the man who has captured her heart.

“..The Most Delightful Production Number…irrepressibly Joyful Choreography By Camille A. Brown.”
— Theatermania

Directed by Michael Arden
Book & Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Directed by Michael Arden
Choreography by Camille A. Brown
Associate Choreographer: Rickey Tripp
Assistant Choreographer: Catherine Foster (CABD Member)


“She’s Making This ‘Island’ Authentic “by Lauren Kay

“Camille A. Brown Stomps Down Stereotypes in Kirsten Childs’s New Musical,” by Pete Hempstead



From the producers of the trailblazing 2008 Broadway production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, starring James Earl Jones and Terrence Howard, comes a hot new take on Tennessee Williams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire. Leading the cast is 2-time Golden Globe nominee Blair Underwood, in his Broadway debut as Stanley, Nicole Ari Parker (“Soul Food”) as Blanche DuBois, Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent) as Stella and Wood Harris (“The Wire”) as Mitch. Directed by Emily Mann (Artistic Director of Princeton’s esteemed McCarter Theatre) and featuring an original score by 5-time Grammy Award winner Terence Blanchard, this scintillating Streetcar brings a whole new rhythm to Williams’s enduring portrait of sex, class and secrets in one of America’s most fascinating and diverse cities. Come and feel the heat.

Assistant Choreographer: Francine E. Ott


Commissioned by 2g, Galois is a rock-mathematical-musical expression of the chaotic, brilliant, and all too brief life of Evariste Galois, who discovered a branch of mathematics as a precocious teenager, yet died in 1830′s revolutionary Paris at 21 in a duel over a woman’s love.

Assistant Choreographer: Mayte Natalio


The Fortress of Solitude is the extraordinary coming-of-age story about 1970s Brooklyn and beyond — of black and white, soul and rap, block parties and blackouts, friendship and betrayal, comic books and 45s. And the story of what would happen if two teenagers obsessed with superheroes believed that maybe, just maybe, they could fly…

Associate Choreographers: Marcos Santana and Jennifer Jencuska



Originally produced in 1940, Cabin in the Sky followed Porgy and Bess in celebrating African-American music and dance traditions. The musical tells the story of “Little Joe” Jackson (Michael Potts), a charming ne’er-do-well who dies in a saloon brawl and is given six months on earth to prove his worth to the Lord’s General (Tony Award nominee Norm Lewis) and the Devil’s Head Man (Tony Award winner Chuck Cooper)—all while struggling to remain true to his loving wife Petunia (Tony Award winner LaChanze) and resist the wiles of temptress Georgia Brown (Carly Hughes). Long considered a lost treasure, the score of Cabin in the Sky—which includes jazz hits like “Taking a Chance on Love” and “Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe”—will be restored to its original glory for Encores!

Associate Choreographer: Rickey Tripp
Assistant Choreographer: Catherine Foster



Tragic, romantic, hilarious, and uplifting, this genre-bending masterpiece is one of Shakespeare’s most elegant and haunting plays. This beautiful, music-filled, and magical classic celebrates redemption, reconciliation, and the mending of broken hearts. Princes and princesses, disguised identities, jealous kings, oracles, pickpockets, and one ravenous bear…

Associate Choreographer: Rickey Tripp



A musical that takes its title from the century-old folk song that became a Number One R&B hit for Lloyd Price in 1959, Stagger Lee, spans the 20th Century, tracing mythical characters in their quest to achieve the American Dream. The deep-seated themes of racism and the raw power of human will are sure to give you chills. And the music—from Joplin-inspired tunes to R&B and hip-hop—will definitely get your feet moving.

Associate Choreographer: Juel D. Lane


In this raucous, satirical fable, an ensemble of 5 actors performs a host of characters across generations of captivity and freedom dreams. While music, dance and absurdities abound, at the center are the characters of Deadlust and Icarus – a father and son who lose each other in the American labyrinth of policing and prisons. With over 7,000,000 people currently living under correctional supervision in the US, award-winning playwright Marcus Gardley takes aim at one of the most troubling afflictions of our times with provocative theatrical wit.

Associate Choreographer: Mayte Natalio


Before Rent, there was tick, tick… BOOM!. This autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the Pulitzer Prize– and Tony Award–winning composer of Rent, is the story of an aspiring composer who questions his life choices on the eve of his thirtieth birthday. First performed as a solo rock monologue by Larson in 1990, it was later revamped by playwright David Auburn as a three-actor piece and premiered off-Broadway on June 13, 2001 at the Jane Street Theatre. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom, Jr., and Karen Olivo star in the Encores! Off-Center production of this exhilarating work by the late, great Larson.

Associate Choreographer: Jennifer Jencuska


Hear from Camille about this exciting new project!

I am creating my own musical.
Around the time I was about to premiere “BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play,” I started toying with the idea of creating a musical of my own that was driven by dance. After moments of second guessing myself, and fearing that it was an idea too big to become a reality, I submitted a proposal to The Jerome Robbins Foundation and received the opportunity to pursue this dream through The Springboard Project – an initiative that supports musicals driven by dance.This opportunity has allowed me to take a bold first step.
The musical is an amalgamation of my last three works: “Mr. TOL E. RAncE,” “BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play,” and “ink.” There will be many discovers along the way and I’m excited to see how this project develops!

So excited to be on this journey with my collaborators, Talvin Wilks (Dramaturg) and Scott Patterson (Composer)!

Special thanks to The Jerome Robbins Foundation, Mara Issacs, Roger C. Jeffrey, Georgiana Pickett and Baryshikov Arts Center, J. Michael Friedman, Liza Gennaro, Robert Lee, Janice Paran, Ted Sperling, Sergio Trujillo, Jason Styres, Talvin Wilks, Scott Patterson, Robert McIyntre, Allison Miller, Wilson Torres, Juliette Jones, Queen Esther, Justin Ellington, Mayte Natalio, Tim Edwards, Chloe Davis, UUill Mann, Jo’Nathan Michael, Nicolas DeJesus, Alexandria Brinae Ali Bradley, Catherine Foster, and Käri Berntson.

You are helping me build my own table.
Take a leap and believe in the impossible.