About Camille Bounds

Camille Bounds is the theater columnist for the Morgan Hill Life and Gilroy LIfe newspapers. She has performed on Broadway and traveled around the world. She can be reached at: bounds17@gmail,com

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “The Pianist of Willesden” is a timely story with beautiful music

2020-01-26T08:54:23-08:00

Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Bach, Greg, Rachmaninoff performed at their best  By Camille Bounds TheatreWorks’ “The Pianist of Willesden Lane” is an exquisite journey of music and hope. This true story is superbly told by Hershey Felder who [...]

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “The Pianist of Willesden” is a timely story with beautiful music2020-01-26T08:54:23-08:00

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “Little Shop Of Horrors” is a delightful romp into a campy dimension

2020-01-13T06:56:17-08:00

A flytrap type plant from outer space takes up residence in a flower shop and starts eating people Photos courtesy Pintello Comedy TheaterAbove left: From left, Tyler Savin who plays Seymour, and James Swan who plays [...]

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “Little Shop Of Horrors” is a delightful romp into a campy dimension2020-01-13T06:56:17-08:00

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “Steel Magnolias” is one of the best offerings of drama from SVCT

2019-11-21T09:49:07-08:00

Play goes from comedy to tragedy with the delicate direction from co-directors Bill Tindall and Tiffany Goller Photo courtesy Elizabeth Mandel By Camille Bounds Robert Harling's magnificently written “Steel Magnolias” is a sentimental story that [...]

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: “Steel Magnolias” is one of the best offerings of drama from SVCT2019-11-21T09:49:07-08:00

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: With the musical “Into the Woods” be careful what you wish for

2019-11-19T07:56:06-08:00

Director Jasen Jeffrey deals with the convoluted story with meticulous detail Jennifer Mitchell and Juliana Lustenader in "Into the Woods."Photo courtesy Broadway by the Bay By Camille Bounds Once upon a time the musical genius [...]

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: With the musical “Into the Woods” be careful what you wish for2019-11-19T07:56:06-08:00

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: ‘The Foreigner’ is latest hilarious show at Pintello Comedy Theater

2019-11-20T15:39:11-08:00

If you love to laugh, this  Pintello production is well worth watching, Camille says By Camille Bounds Head to the Pintello Comedy Theatre in Gilroy to enjoy “The Foreigner.” The classic comedy about the magic of kindness [...]

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: ‘The Foreigner’ is latest hilarious show at Pintello Comedy Theater2019-11-20T15:39:11-08:00

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: Pintello Comedy Theater’s play is a hilarious look at relationships

2019-09-07T09:55:55-07:00

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” continues the theater’s  tradition of presenting new plays with plenty of humor. Photo courtesy Pintello Comedy Theater From left to right, Vanessa Alvarez, Dave Leon, Bryan Moriarty, and Hilary Little [...]

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: Pintello Comedy Theater’s play is a hilarious look at relationships2019-09-07T09:55:55-07:00

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: Take advantage of tax diversification in your retirement portfolio

2019-09-07T09:53:37-07:00

There’s no formula for achieving ideal tax diversification   By Marisa Otto As an investor, you will have access to accounts that are taxed differently from one another. And it’s possible you could benefit from tax diversification [...]

Your Retirement . . . with Marisa Otto: Take advantage of tax diversification in your retirement portfolio2019-09-07T09:53:37-07:00