PRODUCING IN A PANDEMIC
Devin Cameron grew up in the Sierra-Nevada foothills. After earning his Bachelors of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Technology from Emerson College in Boston, he relocated to New York City where he has become known for his innovative and imaginative theatrical work, creating for theatre, movement, music, and immersive experiences. Recent credits include the Drama Desk Award winning production The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart with the National Theatre of Scotland, Their Eyes Were Watching God with Tony Award winning director Ruben Santiago-Hudson, 12 Angry Men with Tony Award winning director George Faison, the national premier tour of Water± with National Public Radio (NPR), the international premier tour of Bessie Award winning production HOME with Geoff Sobel, and New York City immersive experience Dream Machine as well as new permanent immersive experience in the heart of the Los Angeles arts district Madcap Motel with intrepid entrepreneur Paige Solomon. Devin also serves as resident lighting designer of special events at critically acclaimed immersive theatre experience Sleep No More produced by Punchdrunk NYC. Locally, Devin holds four Elly awards for his work. Having been a frequent patron of Nevada County theatres as a child, Devin is thrilled to return this summer and give back to the community that fostered his creativity and passion.
Erin Beatie has been embedded in the theatre world since 2001, working as a designer, technician, teacher, and manager. She began her work as an apprentice on Foothill Theatre Company's summer production Resident Alien and assisting on their Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Erin has worked locally with IATSE Local 50 on concerts including Brittney Spears, Willie Nelson, Cher, Paul McCartney, WWE, and musicals such as Seussical the Musical, Phantom of the Opera, and The Full Monty. Internationally, Erin has toured with the Sacramento Choral Society on their China and Canada tours. Erin has served as the theatre manager and technical theatre teacher at both Colfax and Bear River high schools. After receiving her CTE Credential, Erin developed four A-G Accredited technical theatre classes at Bear River High School which continue today. Erin pioneered the student apprenticeship program with the support of Sierra Stages, offering paid apprenticeships to students interested in pursuing theatre as a career. Many of Erin's former students are successful theatre professionals around the world. Erin is a member of USITT.