Christian Camargo, Theater Artist Learn more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Camargo
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- An Actor's Workshop
Christian, in conjunction with Plymouth State University, will offer a series of high school, college and community workshops to northern New Hampshire residents. Christian will work with students in multiple PSU courses and will also lead a series of evening master classes, discussions and workshops on the craft of acting and the exploration of text. The evening programs are all open to community members of high school age and older.
All community programs will take place in the Hage Room, Hartman Union Building, at PSU. Preregistration is encouraged. If you would like to attend a workshop but the fee is a hardship, you are welcome to pay what you can or come as our guest.
There are also several opportunities for high-school students to participate in a program with Christian during the school-day.
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About Christian Camargo:
Christian Camargo most recently starred in the Royal Court’s sold-out production of The Kid Stays in the Picture in London, as Pericles in Trevor Nunn’s New York production of Shakespeare’s Pericles, and as Mercutio with Orlando Bloom in Romeo and Juliet in New York. The New York Times called his performance “virtually perfect” as the lead in New York’s Theater for a New Audience’s production of Hamlet, where Camargo won an Obie award. Other roles have included the acclaimed revival of All My Sons on Broadway and The Bridge Project’s productions of The Tempest and As You Like It.
Classically trained at Juilliard, he’s been seen on film in the Academy Award-winning The Hurt Locker, Breaking Dawn 1 & 2, and in many other roles. On TV, Camargo is known for playing Rudy Cooper the “Ice-Truck Killer” in Dexter.
In addition to his acting, Carmargo has worked with school groups in theater and English literature classes and has brought acting to ex-military suffering from PTSD, exploring the intersections between the worlds of healthy affirmation and the struggles of living with illness. All his work celebrates the vibrant life of the spoken word.