Cameron WatsonCAMERON WATSON  has been heralded as “one of our finest contemporary directors” by The Los Angeles Times, and The Wall Street Journal declared his work as “the best in the country.” 

He recently directed the smash-hit revival of Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls at The Antaeus Company. Cameron’s memorable productions at The Colony Theatre include he Savannah Disputation, On Golden PondGrace & Glorie, Educating Rita. and the legendary west coast premiere of Trying starring Alan Mandell and Rebecca Mozo, which broke box office records and swept the awards circuit that season.

Cameron directed the critically-acclaimed, multi-racial production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at The Matrix Theatre Company, I Never Sang For My Father at The New American Theatre, I Capture the Castle and A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Rolling With Laughter at The El Portal in Los Angeles, The Edinburgh Festival, and in London’s West End. 

A regular guest artist at the USC School of Dramatic Art, Cameron directed Our Town as part of the MFA Repertory this season.

He wrote and directed the Miramax feature film Our Very Own starring Allison Janney in an Independent Spirit Award-nominated performance. He created the upcoming web series Break A Hip, starring Christina Pickles along with Allison Janney, Peri Gilpin, and Octavia Spencer.

July, 2014