Cameron Francis
Actor, Singer, Dancer
“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!”
– Audrey Hepburn

Growing up on a beef and potato farm in Prince Edward Island, Cameron always knew there was something else out there for him. That something was Musical Theatre. Cameron is a triple threat performer and a 2015 graduate from Sheridan College’s first Music Theatre degree program. Starting dance at the age of 5, he went on to win the Eastern Canadian Overall Dance Championship and captured many awards and titles across the country. He has extensive training in traditional Step, Acadian and Irish dance, winning the prestigious British Association Teachers of Dance Rosebowl Championship in Traditional Dance.

Cameron has a passion for learning and was part of the Charlottetown Festival’s Young Company performance and training program for three years. While at the Festival he was the Assistant Choreographer for the World Premiere of Evangeline.

Cameron performed for Prince William and Princess Kate on their Canadian tour that was broadcasted internationally and he was part of a BBC special documenting their visit. He also danced at the Canada Games Opening Ceremonies and has performed with the Rankin Family, Richard Wood, Stephanie Cadman and Ashley MacIssac.

Theatre Credits: “Benson/Nate” Brantwood, “Ernie Lally” A Man of No Importance, “Barnaby Tucker” Hello, Dolly!, Moll (CMTP), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Theatre Sheridan); Parade: Broadway in Concert (Lincoln Centre); There’s No Business like Irving Berlin (Harold Green Jewish Theatre), Les Feux Follets, Abegweit- Soul of the Island, Celtic Blaze (Charlottetown Festival).