Instructors

Camille Gray is the coordinator for The Catherine DeCaterina School of Theatre Arts. She is a Bristol-based theatre artist with a focus on direction, choreography, costume design, and performance. Camille is an Honors College graduate with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Directing from Emory & Henry College. She is a recipient of the 2020 Paul Adrian Powell III award for her work as a teaching assistant in Voice for the Stage and Script Analysis. Camille annually serves as the acting teacher for Theatre Bristol’s The StART of Adventure summer camp. Directing credits include Twelfth Night, Julius Caesar, Cinderella, Godspell, and The Wolves. Camille began her theatre career early and has performed in more than 40 productions and served on the creative team for more than 50 productions. She is a founding member of the Theatre Bristol Youth Service Board and currently serves as the YSB mentor. Camille is on the Board of Directors for the Arts Alliance Mountain Empire (AAME).

Camille instructs Creative Dramatics, Dramatics 1, Dramatics 2, Dramatics 3, Auditions, and Conditioning with Camille.

Glenn Patterson began working with Theatre Bristol over 30 years ago as an actor before he moved into directing. Glenn has a Master’s of Fine Arts in Theatre and taught theatre at Virginia Intermont College for many years. Recent Theatre Bristol directorial credits include Into the Woods, Fiddler on the Roof, Tartuffe, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Music Man, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Miracle on 34th Street, The Sound of Music, West Side Story, Scrooge! The Musical, and Les Miserables. He is currently the Associate Pastor at Abingdon United Methodist Church.

Glenn instructs Auditions.

Dottie Havlik is an experienced Theatre Bristol actor and director. Directing credits include Charlotte’s Web, The Adventures of Madeline, Junie B in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells, and Hansel and Gretel. Dottie also performs regularly. Notable performances include Fiddler on the Roof (Yente), The Music Man (Mrs. Paroo), Steel Magnolias (Ouiser), Oklahoma! (Aunt Eller), Clue the Musical (Mrs. Peacock), Blithe Spirit (Madam Arcati), Female Odd Couple (Florence Unger), and Scrooge! (Christmas Past, Mrs. Fezziwig). She also writes and directs Theatre Bristol’s annual collaboration with young adults of differing abilities at River’s Way. Dottie serves on the Theatre Bristol Board of Directors.

Dottie instructs Auditions.

Kenn Naegele has been involved in high school, college, community, educational, and professional theatre for more years than he can count. He recently directed Annie, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and The Wizard of OZ.

Kenn instructs Auditions.

Steve Baskett has been with Theatre Bristol since 2005 as an actor, director, and designer. Recent performance credits include Scrooge! The Musical (2014 & 2015), Les Miserables (2015), Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2018), The Wizard of OZ (2019), and Into the Woods (2019). In addition to performing, Steve directed Robin Hood (2016), The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (2017), The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (2018), She Loves Me (2020), and Frankenstein (2021). Steve serves on the Theatre Bristol Board of Directors.

Steve instructs Auditions.

Nicole Intagliata has been stage managing at Theatre Bristol since 2016. Her previous stage management experience includes Little Women, The Broadway Musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, ANNIE, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Fiddler on the Roof, The Nutcracker, The Wizard of Oz, Into the Woods, and All Together Now!. She works for Appalachian Service Project as the Vice President of Home Repair. Nicole serves on the Theatre Bristol Board of Directors.

Nicole instructs Stage Management and Conditioning with Nicole.

Cameron Roberts has studied dance for the past 17 years, with an emphasis on classical ballet. She is a veteran of the Bristol Ballet Senior Company and currently dances with the studio as a guest. Dance credits include The Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz), Dulcinea/Fairy (Once Upon a Time), Fairy of the Golden Vine (Sleeping Beauty), and Russian Lead (The Nutcracker). She was awarded the Teresangela Schiano Memorial Scholarship by Bristol Ballet for the 2019-2020 season. Cameron has also performed in many Theatre Bristol productions as a featured dancer and has served as dance captain for almost every musical since 2017. Cameron studied Dance Theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, where she was placed at an Advanced level. She is a certified Progressing Ballet Technique teacher. Cameron is pursuing her ballet teaching certification with the American Ballet Theatre.

Cameron instructs Conditioning with Cameron and Musical Theatre Dance Repertoire.