Cameron Cox

From Orem, Utah, Cameron Cox is currently a MFA stage management candidate at UNLV. He previously received a MA in media and performance studies and a BA in theatre arts studies with emphases in dramaturgy, directing, and stage management from BYU. Dramaturgy credits include BYU’s Little Shop of Horrors, Illusionary Tales, The 39 Steps, and he is thrilled to be working on Escape from Planet Death. Directing credits BYU’s Microburst Theatre Festival, assistant directing BYU’s Much Ado About Nothing. Stage management credits include Nevada Conservatory Theatre’s Mud, the operas The Magic FluteA Dinner Engagement, and Bon Appetite for The School of Music, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are DeadRomeo y Julieta and Happysadness for BYU Arts Production, Prothero for the Salt Lake Fringe Festival, and various ballets for the Utah Metropolitan Ballet. Cameron is excited to be working his first show, The Pavilion, for A Public Fit!