Camille A. Brown

Award Winning Broadway and Concert Dance Choreographer Camille A. Brown is a Guggenheim Fellowship recipient (2016), four-time Princess Grace Award winner (2006-2016), Jacob's Pillow Dance Award recipient (2016), USA Jay Franke & David Herro Fellow (2015), TED Fellow (2015), Doris Duke Artist Award recipient (2015), and Lucille Lortel “Outstanding Choreographer” Award nominee (Fortress of Solitude, 2015). Her company, Camille A. Brown & Dancers (CABD), received a Bessie Award (2014) for Outstanding Production for Mr. TOL E. RAncE and a Bessie Award nomination (2016) for Outstanding Production for BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play. Ms. Brown's choreography has been commissioned by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Philadanco!, Complexions, and Urban Bush Women, among others. Her theater credits include Broadway’s A Streetcar Named Desire, The Winter's Tale, Fortress of Solitude, Stagger Lee, Cabin in the Sky, tick, tick...BOOM!, and BELLA: An American Tall Tale, among others. Ms. Brown's TED-Ed talk, A Visual History of Social Dance in 25 Moves, was chosen as one of the most notable talks of 2016 by TED Curator, Chris Anderson, and has over 11 million views on Facebook and counting. She is currently choreographing the upcoming Broadway revival of Once on This Island and CABD’s final trilogy work ink.