Artist CV

Creative Work

Playwriting - Selected Productions

*Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2021                  Patchface -- Allswell Productions (dir. Hailey Hill) -- London, Ontario

2020                  *We All Got Lost -- Theatre Aquarius/Indie Theatre Festival (dir. Steph Lawlor) -- Hamilton, Ontario

2020                  *The Stock — McGill University/Morris Hall Theatre (dir. Seairra Nemecek) — Montréal, Québec

2019                  We All Got Lost — Hamilton Fringe/Pantheon Projects (dir. Camille Intson) — Hamilton, Ontario

2018                  The Last 48 — Winnipeg Fringe/ArtLaunch Co. (dir. Raffie Rosenberg & Simon Miron) — Winnipeg, Manitoba

2018                  Road — Staircase Theatre/HamilTEN Festival (dir. Brian Morton) — Hamilton, Ontario

2018                  Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos — Alumnae/New Ideas Festival (dir. Lorna Craig -- Toronto, Ontario

2017                  The Stock — Winnipeg Fringe/ArtLaunch Co. (dir. Raffie Rosenberg) — Winnipeg, Manitoba

2017                  Adrik’s Story — Upside Down Tree Productions/ArtLaunch Co. (dir. Raffie Rosenberg) — Winnipeg, Manitoba

2017                  Road — Newmarket National Ten Minute Play Festival (dir. Sean O’Brien) — Newmarket, Ontario

2017                  Road — Havana Theatre/About Love Festival (dir. Davey Samuel Calderon) — Vancouver, British Columbia

Playwriting - Selected Public Readings* & Private Workshops

2021                  JANE. -- Pantheon Projects (dir. Camille Intson) -- Toronto, Ontario

2019                  Patchface — TAP Centre for Creativity/Pantheon Projects (dir. Camille Intson) — London, Ontario

2018                  We All Got Lost — Pantheon Projects (dir. Camille Intson) — London, Ontario

2018                  The Last 48 — ArtLaunch Theatre Company (dir. Raffie Rosenberg) — Winnipeg, Manitoba

2017                  *Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos — Tinkerspace Theatre/The ARTS Project -- London, Ontario

2017                  *Road — The Grand Theatre London/Playwrights' Cabaret (dir. Megan Watson) -- London, Ontario

2017                  *Blood Lines — Paprika Festival/Native Earth Performing Arts (dir. Polly Phokeev) -- Toronto, Ontario

2017                  The Stock — ArtLaunch Theatre Co. (dir. Raffie Rosenberg) -- London, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba

Musical Releases

Nov. 2021         Winter (Single) -- Produced by Mike Tompa -- Independent Release

Aug. 2021         troubadour (EP) -- Produced by Mike Tompa -- Independent Release

Jul. 2021           parasite [explicit] (Single) -- Produced by Mike Tompa -- Independent Release

Jun. 2021          claudia (Single) -- Produced by Mike Tompa -- Independent Release

Sept. 2019        renegade (acoustic) (LP) -- Self-Produced -- Independent Release

Mar. 2019         Sharp Teeth (LP) -- Produced by John Petingalo of Smokey's Sound -- Independent Release

Digital Art

2020                  betweenspace -- Brink Festival/Royal Central School of Speech and Drama -- betweenspace2020.co.uk 

2020                  INTERMISSIONS: Works for a New World -- Pantheon Projects -- camilleintson.com/intermissions

2019                  Farewell, Estonia -- The Instagram Plays/Pantheon Projects -- IG @farewellestonia

2019                  Hello Internet Audience -- The Instagram Plays/Pantheon Projects -- IG @hellointernetaudience

2019                  Patchface -- The Instagram Plays/Pantheon Projects -- IG @patchfaceplay

2019                  Objects 2.0: London, Portrait of a City (Archive) -- Pantheon Projects -- [no longer available]

Installation Work

2019                  Objects: London, Portrait of a City -- TAP Centre for Creativity/Unscripted/Pantheon Projects -- London, Ontario

2019                  the artist is present in her own self-erasure -- TAP Centre for Creativity/Resident Artists Show -- London, Ontario

Selected Directing Credits

2019                  We All Got Lost -- Hamilton Fringe/Pantheon Projects -- Hamilton, Ontario

2018                  Antigone (Anouilh/Galantiére) -- Western University/The ARTS Project -- London, Ontario

2016                  Anonymous -- Purple Shorts One Act Play Festival -- London, Ontario

2015                  Macbeth -- Theatre Westdale -- Hamilton, Ontario

Awards &  Grants

2022                  OAC Recommender Grant (for JANE) (Recommended by Green Light Arts)

2022                  (Shortlisted) Opening Up Award, 2021 New Media Writing Prize (for betweenspace)

2022                  OAC Music Creation Projects Grant (for SOLEIL)

2022                  OAC Recommender Grant (for JANE) (Recommended by Nightwood Theatre)

2021                  FACTOR Canada Artist Development Grant

2021                  Robert Beardsley Award, Playwrights’ Guild of Canada Tom Hendry Awards (for We All Got Lost)

2021                  Toronto Arts Council Playwrights’ Program (Individual) Grant (for JANE)

2021                  OAC Recommender Grant (for Hello, Internet Audience) (Recommended by Pat The Dog Theatre)

2020                  (Nominee) The Gilded Hammers “The Groundbreaker” Award, presented by Hamilton Fringe

2019                  Julia Arthur Award, View Magazine Hamilton (Best of 2019 On Stage for We All Got Lost)

2019                  Best in Fringe (for We All Got Lost) - Hamilton Fringe Festival

2019                  Best in Venue (for We All Got Lost) - Hamilton Fringe Festival

2019                  Reviewer’s Pick (for We All Got Lost) - View Magazine Hamilton

2019                  (Honourable Mention) Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry, Western University dept. of English

2019                  OAC Recommender Grant (for Patchface) (Recommended by Theatre Aquarius)

2019                  OAC Recommender Grant (for Patchface) (Recommended by Pat The Dog Theatre)

2018                  New Play Contest Winner (for We All Got Lost), Hamilton Fringe Festival

2018                  New Play Contest Finalist (for We All Got Lost), Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival

2018                  AHSC Student Donation Fund Grant (for Objects), Western University Arts & Humanities

2018                  Summer Theatre School Intensive Youth Scholarship Recipient, Theatre Ontario

2018                  (Honourable Mention) Alfred Poynt Award in Poetry, Western University dept. of English

2018                  Lillian Kroll Prize in Creative Writing (for Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos), Western University

2017                  NNPF National Playwriting Competition Winner (for Road), Newmarket National Play Festival

2016                  Rising Star, Hamilton Music Awards

2015                  (Nominee) Rising Star, Hamilton Music Awards

2013                  Junior Short Film (for Inspiration), Westdale Film Festival/featured at Hamilton Film Festival

 

Selected Creative Publications

2020                  "i shouldn't have brought my phone to the farmer's market..." The /t3mz/ review, Issue 12, August 2020

2018                  "the poet" The /t3mz/ review, Issue 12, August 2020

2018                  "Road." Occasus, vol. 8, no. 1, Dept. English and Writing Studies at Western University, September 2018

2017                  "The Boy Who Bled." The Paper Street Journal, vol. 4, no. 1, April 2017

2016                  "The Understudy." Five:2:One: An Art and Literary Journal, vol. 14, no. 1, 2016

2016                  "McManus" and "$5 cover" Another London, Harmonia Press, 2016.

 

Artistic Training

Degrees, Courses, Retreats, Residencies, and Select Workshops

2021                  Women's Room Participant, Pat The Dog Theatre Creation's (facilitated by Lisa O'Connell) -- Virtual

2020                  Expect Theatre Playwrights' Unit (facilitated by Anna Chatterton) -- Virtual

2020                  Online Solo Show Creation Lab (Haley McGee) -- Virtual

2020                  Workshop Facilitation; Building a Safe Space Around Autobiographical Content (Louise Orwin) -- Virtual

2020                  M.A. Performance Practice as Research, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama -- London, England

2020                  Intermediate Playwriting (Short Course), Royal Central School of Speech and Drama -- London, England

2020                  Advanced Dramatic Acting (Short Course), City Academy -- London, England

2020                  École Jacques Lecoq (Pascale Lecoq, Jos Houben, Jason Turner) -- London, England

2020                  Fool at Heart School of Sacred Clowning (Didier Danthois) -- London, England

2020                  Industry Member, The Actors' Centre -- London, England

2018 - 2019       Resident Artist, TAP Centre for Creativity -- London, Ontario

2018                  Theatre Ontario Summer Theatre School (Youth Scholarship Recipient) -- Stratford, Ontario

2018                  Theatre Entrepreneurs' Network and Training (TENT) Program, Toronto Fringe -- Toronto, Ontario

2017                  Le Jeu (Physical Theatre & Clown), Troubadour Theatre (Charlotte Gowdy) -- London, Ontario

2016 - 2017       Playwright-in-Residence, the Paprika Festival -- Toronto, Ontario

2016                  The Meisner Technique (Stefanie Jones) -- London, Ontario

2015                  Hamilton Youth Poets, Louder Than A Bomb Canada -- Hamilton, Ontario

2013 - 2015       Vocal Training (Jazz, Pop, Musical Theatre, Classical), Cydney London-Speers -- Ancaster, Ontario

2014                  Advanced Digital Media Seminar, University of Waterloo (Stratford) -- Stratford, Ontario

2013                  Theatre Aquarius Theatre School

2002 - 2012       Classical Harp (Marie Lorcini, Suzuki School of Music) -- Hamilton, Ontario

2008 - 2001       Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute -- Waterloo, Ontario

2006 - 2009       Dance Training (Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Character), Nicole Bachelier -- Dundas, Ontario

Interviews and Media Relations

Text Interviews

• Boyle, Lara.“Troubadour: A Conversation with Camille Intson.” The Farside Review, 22 October 2021

• “Interview with Camie.” Divine Magazine, 24 August 2021

• Melanson, Jenna. “Five Questions with Camie.” Canadian Beats, 20 August 2021

• Rockingham, Graham. "Dundas singer takes a vagabond journey through Europe." The Hamilton Spectator, 5 August 2021

• Tomasek, Keith. "New Play Patchface Explores Intimacy, Desire & Technology." Stratford Festival Reviews, 2 August 2021

• Kras, Michael. “Hamilton artist debuts trio of experimental Instagram plays.” Urbanicity Hamilton, 31 October 2019

• Rankin, Christine. “Hamilton artist wins Best in Fringe in record-setting festival: Camille Intson’s We All Got Lost also wins Best New Play and Best in Venue.” CBC News Hamilton, 29 July 2019

• Morton, Brian. “Camille Intson: We All Got Lost (Cover Feature).” View Magazine, 4 July 2019

• WHATSON. “Dundas writer Camille Intson wins Fringe Festival new play contest.” Dundas Star, 5 June 2019

• Talbot, Adela. “Intson takes new album to ‘Westminster’ stage.” Western News, 5 April 2019

• Hillhouse, Jennifer. “Local Folk Artist camie On Her Debut Album.” LondonFuse, 20 March 2019

• Talbot, Adela. “Intson brings passion for arts to student writer role.” Western News, 26 September 2018

• “Camille: Interdisciplinary Study at Western.” Western University Arts and Humanities, 6 February 2018

• Talbot, Adela. “Playwright takes to stages across the country.” Western News, 14 September 2017

• Cheng, Vivian. “Camille Intson: playwright extraordinaire.” The Western Gazette, 8 September 2017

• Downey, Debra. “Dundas playwright Camille Intson’s work showcased across Canada: Road debuts at Newmarket National Ten Minute Play Festival.” Hamilton News, 23 June 2017

• Shepherd, Joanna. “Antagonist highlights modern day tyrants in Antigone.” The Western Gazette, 7 March 2017

Radio / TV / Podcast Interviews (Select)

• “Camille Intson brings her talents to Fringe Fest.” Evening News. CHCH TV Live. Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. 21 July 2019

• Fava, Olivia. “MorningFile: May 23 - We All Got Lost (Fringe 2019).” 93.3 CFMU-FM. 23 May 2019. Web.

• “Radio Western Student Spotlight: Camie.” Wake Up Western. CHRW 94.9 FM. 1 March 2018

• “Student Songbirds.” All Women’s Voices. CHRW 94.9 FM. 6 December 2016

 “Student Songbirds.” All Women’s Voices. CHRW 94.9 FM. 2 December 2015

• Myklos, Lyla. Centre Stage with Lyla Miklos. 101.5 FM The Hawk. 24 May 2015

 

Creative Reviews

• "Canadian Indie Folk Singer-Songwriter Camie Releases Tender & Tenacious New EP 'troubadour'." Review by Chloe Crowder, Music Mecca. August 2021. 

• "Toronto alt folk artist Camie is at her most vulnerable on new EP 'troubadour'", Premiere by Chelsea Brimstin, Indie 88. August 2021. 

• "troubadour", reviewed by Next Magazine. August 2021.  

• "Patchface", reviewed by Amanda Cosby-Nesbitt. Steel City Girl Reviews. July 2021. 

• "Patchface", reviewed by Beyond James. Beyond James. July 2021. 

• “We All Got Lost", reviewed by Amanda Cosby-Nesbitt. Steel City Girl Reviews. July 2019.

• “We All Got Lost - REVIEWER’S PICK.” Hamilton Fringe Reviews 2019. View Magazine. July 2019.

• “‘Objects: London, Portrait of a City’ presents an intimate view of the city.” The Western Gazette. March 2019.

• “Funny at the Winnipeg Fringe: 7 comedies worth a look and a laugh.” The Last 48. CBC News Manitoba. July 2018.

• “New Ideas: The chaotic metaphysics of life, love & monsters in the water in the funny, moving, poetic Week 3 program.” Life With More Cowbell. March 2018.

• “The Stock.” Winnipeg Free Press. July 2017.

• “ANTIGONE Review.” Western University Arts & Humanities Theatre Reviews. March 2017.