The Dance Enthusiast Asks: Camille Brown
Choreographer, Camille Brown, Shares Some Secrets
Camille Brown, One of New York City's Most Talented Choreographers, Shares Some Secrets
Christine Jowers, reporting for The Dance Enthusiast
Right now I am:
If I weren't in the dance field I'd be:
A musician. I used to play the clarinet when I was younger.
If not, then a psychologist.
My first dance job was with:
Ronald K. Brown/Evidence
My first job was:
working at a Hospital in Queens during my summers in H.S.
When I rest I like to:
sleep, sleep, sleep!
When I am working I need to:
Focus and work on both my short and long term goals
Something I will never forget is:
Where I came from
My biggest challenge is:
To be fearless in spite of…
My greatest joy is:
spending time with family and friends, being able to do what I LOVE, and sharing it with people.
|Photo by Matt Karas
The qualities I look for in a dancer:
Someone who has a good use of their plie- a good earthbound quality.
My work has a sense of theater, so I look for dancers who have a natural acting ability.
They can NOT be afraid to become a character.
Someone who has a great energy about them.
The rehearsal space is very sensitive.
Attitudes- not welcome!
I cannot tolerate:
pettiness, rudeness, lateness, and laziness
The most influential person in my life is:
I don't know where I'd be without her
The thing I love about New York:
that my family is here.
I was born and raised in Queens!
What I wish I could change:
Nothing, because all the events that have happened in my life have brought me to this very place.
I am enthusiastic about:
Our generation really supporting each other. It's such a great feeling!
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