GOOD COMPANY THEATRE, Co-Director, 2012-present
Good Company Theatre develops and promotes high-quality, eclectic theatrical productions and events, forging new relationships between audiences, performers, and spaces in the process.
Utah's only Black-owned and administrated producing theatre. As co-director there are myriad ways my involvement manifests that aren't so glamorous that I won't list here. I focus on grant writing, graphic design, photography, season research and development, and the production of all marketing materials. In the past, I designed sound and some sets for shows. I also draft scripts for all GCT original productions.
"‘Being a woman of color’ in the arts isn’t easy, two sisters say. They want Ogden’s Good Company Theatre to be different." Becky Jacobs, The Salt Lake Tribune. Photos: Leah Hogsten. (February 19, 2022)
Living Color Awardee, Utah Business and Living Color Utah, August 2021
"Keeping the Ogden Family Close: Good Company Theatre to Produce The Jungle." Connor Lockie, SLUG Magazine (July 3, 2019)
"5 Spot: Good Company Theatre," Scott Renshaw, Salt Lake City Weekly (October 18, 2017)
"Q&A: Sisters Share Thoughts On Black History Month, Theater And Activism," Mark Saal, Standard Examiner (February 12, 2017)
"In Good Company: Ogden's Tiny Theater Offers Something To Remember," Jamie Winston, Salt Lake Magazine (July/August 2016)
The View UpStairs June 2019
The Children April 2019
You Bet Your Black Ass, Broadway Divas Only Edition February 2020
Ripped September 2019
Caroline, Or Change Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori December 2018
Passion Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine February 2018
The Christians Lucas Hnath April 2018
In The Heights Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes August 2017
The Mountaintop Katori Hall April 2017
Marie Antoinette David Adjmi October 2017
Fences August Wilson December 2013
The Nether Jennifer Haley October 2016
Race David Mamet November 2014
Thrill Me Stephen Dolginoff February 2016
Cowboy Mouth Sam Shepard and Patti Smith March 2013
Plan-B Theatre Script-in-Hand Series December 4, 2021
Workshop and reading of HORiZON, a new play.
“Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar Nelson,” Digital Collage/Offering, The LQ: Ogden’s Queer Art Zine, Volume 1, Fall 2021
2021 Lambda Literary Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Writers Playwriting Fellow
"The Writer’s Retreat for Emerging LGBTQ Voices is the nation’s premier LGBTQ writing residency. It is the only multi-genre writing residency devoted exclusively to emerging LGBTQ writers."
Workshopped my new musical Vigilant, and read an excerpt from my unpublished play Five Cars Back during the Reading Series (see below).
CATHARSIS TWO: Inside Voices, Playwright, 2020
Another jukebox satire, only this time it was during the worst pandemic in over 100 years! Weeeeeeeeeeeeee.
Premiered at Good Company Theatre September 24 - October 3
Wrote script and compiled song list.
Oda Might, Playwright, 2019
In a small room at a mental hospital, a convict and her psychiatrist meet for their regular appointment. The doctor wants to believe the patient, but when she emphasizes that she is a spiritual medium and is innocent of any crime, their discussion takes an unexpected turn.
David Ross Fetzer Foundation for Emerging Artists Award Winner
Plan-B Theatre November 7-17, 2019
Links: Ogden Playwright Camille Washington Sees Premiere of 'Oda Might' at Plan-B, Oda Might in Catalyst Magazine, Blackness and queerness in Plan-B's Oda Might, Oda Might preview in The Utah Review, Salt Lake Magazine review, Gephardt Daily review, Daily Utah Chronicle review, The Utah Review review, Salt Lake City Weekly Essential Pick
CATHARSIS: A Musical Circus For Political Malaise, Playwright, 2017
A jukebox satire about the 2016 US Presidential Election...AND BEYOND!
Premiered at Good Company Theatre March 17-19
Wrote script, compiled song list, and designed set, costumes, and props.
Odettes For The Holidays! Playwright and Songwriter, 2014
After nearly a decade, beloved 1960s girl-group The Odettes returns to their hometown for a holiday reunion concert at the Double-Time Lounge. With Christmastime hits like "Tinsel and Mistletoe," and "Snow Angel," it's bound to please their adoring fans.
For Adelaide "Della" Crawford, Dorinda "Dori" Pendleton, and Regina Johnson, daughter of late original member Deloris Johnson, it is a chance to sing through their memories of one another, of the group that brought them all together, and of the music that keeps them connected. Pianist Woody Watson joins them on keys as they prepare for their long-awaited return to the stage!
Premiered at Good Company Theatre December 5-21, 2014;
remounted December 8-23, 2017.
Wrote the book, lyrics, and music for five original songs.
Baby Marx, Co-Curator, Walker Art Center, August 11-November 27, 2011
US debut exhibition of the ongoing project Baby Marx by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes. Included gallery installation, on-site film shoot, and three related events: An opening day talk between Laurent Berlant, Michael Hardt, and Pedro Reyes; an in-gallery Town Hall featuring University of Minnesota Political Science professors Ben Ansell and Antonio Vasquez-Arroyo; and Songs for Communism and Capitalism, a night of karaoke.
Photos: Gene Pittman for the Walker Art Center