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Press Coverage

Text Interviews and Coverage
 
Murphy, Aisling. "Announcing the Greenhouse Festival at Tarragon Theatre.Intermission Magazine, 5 December 2022. 

"Release: Hamilton-raised Singer/Songwriter Wins Provincial Award."
 Beyond James, 13 October 2022.

Wasser, Shoshana. "Camie receives 2022 Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award." Ontario Arts Council, 13 October 2022.

Dara, Maxie. "Hamilton Artist Sprouts New Work In Greenhouse Residency.Beyond James, 26 September 2022.

"Camie Prepares for "Winter" With an Emotional New Release." Buzz Music LA, November 2021.

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, 31 October 2019.​

Morton, Brian. "View Magazine: The Best of 2019 On Stage." View Magazine, 8 January 2020.

Rankin, Christine. "Hamilton artist wins Best in Fringe in record-setting festival.CBC News, 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.

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.

Goos-Berard, Aileen. "Dark Comedy at the Fringe." CanStar News. 16 July 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." Hamilton News. 23 June 2017.

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



Radio, TV, Podcast Interviews
 
Brewing Up Creativity: "Exploring Playwriting & Creativity with Camille Intson." Hosted by Danielle LaBonté Designs. Published October 2020.

I Go To Therapy Podcast: "Zone 3, Virtual Reality, and the Power of Social Media with Camille Intson." Hosted by Sydney Brooman. Published February 2021.

Western News: "Intson takes new album to 'Westminster' stage." Hosted by Adela Talbot. Published April 2019.

93.3 CFMU-FM: "MorningFile: May 23 - We All Got Lost (Fringe 2019)." Hosted by Olivia Fava. Published May 2019.

CHRW 94.9 FM: "Wake Up Western: Radio Western Spotlight, Camie." Streamed March 2018.

CHRW 94.9 FM: "All Women's Voices." Hosted by Emma Phillips. Appeared December 2016 and 2015.
 
Creative Reviews

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

Rockingham, Graham.
"Dundas singer takes a vagabond journey through Europe." The Hamilton Spectator, 5 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", reviewed by Allison M. Jones. View Magazine. July 2019.

"Objects: London, Portrait of a City", reviewed by Aidan Curran. The Western Gazette. March 2019.

"The Last 48", reviewed by Andrew Friesen. CBC News Manitoba. July 2018.

"Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos", reviewed and judged by Michael Fox & Jamie Johnston. 2018 Lillian Kroll Prize in Creative Writing. Spring 2018.

"Marty and Joel and the Edge of Chaos", reviewed by Life With More Cowbell. Life With More Cowbell. March 2018.

"The Stock", reviewed by Ben Wiebe. The WInnipeg Free Press. July 2017.

"Antigone", reviewed by Julia Sebastien. Western University A&H Theatre Criticism. March 2017.








 

 
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