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Camille A. Brown made her Broadway directorial debut for the Broadway revival of “for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf,” making her the first Black woman to direct and choreograph a Broadway show since Katherine Dunham in 1955. The production received seven Tony Award nominations including Best Direction of a Play and Best Choreography. The New York Times proclaimed the production "triumphant."

Other Broadway credits include: Hell's Kitchen, Choir Boy (Tony and Drama Desk nominations for Best Choreography); Tony award winning Once on This Island (Drama Desk, Outer Critics, and Lortel nominations); A Streetcar Named Desire. Off-Broadway: Toni Stone (Lortel and Audelco nominations), Much Ado About Nothing (Audelco), This Ain’t No Disco, Bella: An American Tale (Audelco), and Fortress of Solitude (Lortel nomination). At NY City Center Encores!: Cabin in The Sky and Tick Tick…Boom!

At The Metropolitan Opera, she became the first Black artist to direct a mainstage production, sharing directorial duties with James Robinson on Terence Blanchard’s “Fire Shut Up In My Bones” (2021), which she also choreographed (Bessie Nomination for Outstanding Choreographer). She had choreographed “Porgy & Bess” two years earlier. Brown choreographed Terence Blanchard’s “Champion,” a new opera that premiered April, 2023.

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