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Camille Washington

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Camille Washington is a playwright and the Co-Director of Good Company Theatre, Utah’s only Black-owned theatre. In 2019, Camille was named the David Ross Fetzer Foundation Emerging Playwright, and her play Oda Might was produced at Plan-B Theatre (Salt Lake City). She has written several pieces for Good Company Theatre, including the musical Odettes For The Holidays, the satires Catharsis and Catharsis Two, and the revue You Bet Your Black Ass, Broadway. Before her current posts, Camille served as Curatorial Fellow for Diversity in the Arts at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She received her BA in Art History from the University of Utah (2006), and her MA in Exhibition and Museum Studies from the San Francisco Art Institute (2009).; Insta: @okthisone.

Cohort: Playwriting

Year: 2021

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