Camille is a student at Emory & Henry College pursuing a BFA in Musical Theatre. Here, you can find her work as a performer, designer, and crew member.




Camille Gray is a BFA Musical Theatre major at Emory & Henry College.

Camille began ballet at the age of two, working her way to Junior Company with the Bristol Ballet Company by the time she turned eight, and soon after joining the Company with the Theatre of Ballet Arts as a Senior Apprentice. She has been fortunate to study under many teachers including Michele Plescia, Jo Rosser, Carolee Watts, Deirdre Cole, Deanna Cole-Roberts, Fernando Moraga, Marsha Barsky, Cindy Bernchausen, Thom Yzaguirre, Erica Ballard, Sarah Bumgarner-Wingo, and Jessica Bland-Flagg.

She began her acting career at the age of 5, performing in shows like Scrooge! The Musical, Oliver!, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Schoolhouse Rock Live!, The Wizard of OZ, and The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf, however with more of a focus in ballet. In 2011, she had the wonderful opportunity to be a part of the production CATS, taking on the roles of choreographer, dance captain, and the character Cassandra. From there, she has taken on leading roles including Eliza Doolittle (Pygmalion), The Princess of France (Love’s Labour’s Lost), Mrs. Potiphar, (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), The Witch (Into the Woods), Gilmer (Godspell), The Ghost of Christmas Past (Scrooge! The Musical 2014 and 2015), and Gwendolen Fairfax (The Importance of Being Earnest). She has also been fortunate enough to perform in the ensembles of Les Miserables, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Music Man, Home Body, Cabaret, and more.

Camille had to put a hold on her dance career after CATS due to several injuries and got involved in the costuming department at her ballet studio. After several months of assisting there, she was accepted into a professional costuming company as an intern and was later hired as a part-time employee. While at Twin Roses Designs, she got to work on projects for the TV show American Horror Story, the World Children’s Choir, and more. She was trained to execute, manipulate, and draft patterns and is well versed in operating modern sewing machines, vintage sewing machines, sergers, and industrial machines.


She currently runs FrulyStitches, a clothing, costumes, and alterations company based in Bristol, Tennessee. To see more, please click here.