Cameron Jackson

Published May 23, 2015

Executive Director – Director, MFA Theatre Management

Contact

ccjackson@admin.fsu.edu
850.644.7257

Professor Jackson, who serves as the School’s Executive Director, Producing Artistic Director, and Director of the MFA Theatre Management Program, holds a BFA in Acting from New York University and a MFA in Stage Management from University of Alabama. Cameron has taught at Mars Hill College, University of Tennessee, Arizona State University and most recently was a founding Director of the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland. Cameron has worked at the Virginia Stage Company, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, the Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre, the Folger Shakespeare Library, The Promenade Theatre, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Manhattan Theatre Club, the Clarence Brown Theatre, LaMaMa ETC, the Performing Arts Center at SUNY Purchase, the Minetta Lane, the Clurman, the Lion, Circle Rep., the Beckett, New York Theater Workshop, Riverside Players, City Hall, Ruth Eckerd Hall, Sun Valley Rep, and the Perry Street Theatre. A native Floridian, Cameron has spent several years on the road with shows like Penn & Teller: The Refrigerator Tour, Jekyll and Hyde, Dirt with Ralph Waite and over 300 performances of Harriet the Spy. Cameron has been involved in some aspect of a production in every state except Hawaii, Alaska and Washington. Highlights of his productions include, The Art of Success with Tim Curry and Mary Louise Parker at Manhattan Theater Club, A Christmas Carol with Helen Hayes, Raul Julia and Len Cariou and a New York Theatre Workshop Production of Sally’s, and She Left Her Name with Michael Lerner, David Canary, Cynthia Nixon and Robert Sean Leonard. In addition to his work in academia, production management and stage management, Cameron was an actor for ten years and the Chair of the Theater Department for the Pinellas County Center for the Arts, a performing arts high school. Cameron is a member of Actor’s Equity Association, the Stage Managers Association and a mentor in the USITT’s Stage Management Mentor Project.

Education

B.F.A. Acting, New York University, New York City, New York
M.F.A. Stage Management, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama