Camille Monae

 
 
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    Loving and Loving

    by beto o’byrne and developed with meropi peponides

    Director, Morgana Wilborn

    Bishop Arts Theatre Center

    Camille Monae charms as Mildred Loving... Nothing about her performance is pushed.  Her performance settles this play firmly in reality. Her physicality is excellent and nuanced. Monae is an expert at using the smallest details to convey a multi-dimensional, fully realized person. Watch as she nervously twists a phone cord to offset the calmness of her voice, or uses perfect puppy-dog eyes to get her husband to do something she really wants him to do. Monae’s uncovering of the grit that laid inside of Mildred all along is poetic. - Stacey Upton

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    This Random World

    by steven dietz

    Director, Steven Pounders

    Circle Theatre

    Monae played Rhonda with a hearty mix of otherworldly, flighty funeral assistant and an unstated resentment against Bernadette for how their mother's funeral and estate was handled. Monae mixed her comic subtext with her hurt sister subtext and had a great character transformation to something positive, as she encountered Scottie, Tim and Beth, each in their moments of chaos. Her comedy made some otherwise uncomfortable moments sparkle. Charlie Bowles

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    Men on Boats

    by jaclyn backhaus

    Director, Noah Putterman

    Circle Theatre

    Camille Monae finely calibrates the character’s every move and expression, and conveys, often without words, the depth of Powell’s internal resources. As an actor able to telegraph internal mental states with just her eyes, Monae is well cast here. - Ann Saucer

    Camille Monae manages to convey the two sides of the man—both a teacher and a soldier—with an easygoing, slightly detached grace. She also foregrounds Powell’s fierce determination not to be held back by disability—he lost an arm in the Civil War—in some lovely physical acting. - Jill Sweeney

  • Hit the Wall

    by ike holter

    Director, Joanie Schultz

    Water Tower Theatre

    The ensemble is strong, especially the activist-channeling Monae... - Mark Lowry

  • Doubt, A Parable

    by john patrick shanley

    Director, Emily Scott Banks

    Theatre Arlington

    Camille Monae, in the role of Sister James, was skillful in portraying the innocence of the role. - Elaine Plybon

  • The Comedy of Errors

    by william shakespeare

    Director, Raphael Parry

    Shakespeare Dallas

    Camille Monae as Genie (yes, that Genie) is fantastic in this role... - Brian Wilson

 

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