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

2019-11-09T08:19:42-08:00

Eccentric characters keep the audience tickled Camille Bounds Head to the Pintello Comedy Theater in Gilroy to enjoy “The Foreigner.” The classic comedy about the magic of kindness is full of plenty of belly laughs [...]

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: ‘The Foreigner’ is latest hilarious show at Pintello Comedy Theater2019-11-09T08:19:42-08:00

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

2019-11-07T11:06:05-08:00

If you love to laugh, this Pintello production is well worth watching Charlie Baker played by Ronnie Misra sharing his strange customs with Betty Meeks (Rosalind Farotte) and Ellard Simms ( Nick Frio). Photo courtesy Pintello [...]

Curtains Up . . . with Camille Bounds: ‘The Foreigner’ is latest hilarious show at Pintello Comedy Theater2019-11-07T11:06:05-08:00

Curtains Up … with Camille Bounds: South Valley Civic Theatre’s Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ was delightfully captivating

2019-10-21T13:57:36-07:00

The large ensemble cast range from ages 3 to 13 and act, sing and dance By Camille Bounds For the young and young at heart, a timeless fairytale about a glass slipper and a magical night at [...]

Curtains Up … with Camille Bounds: South Valley Civic Theatre’s Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ was delightfully captivating2019-10-21T13:57:36-07:00

Curtains Up Review by Camille Bounds: “The Language Archive” is a play looking for words about love

2019-07-21T10:21:03-07:00

A hodgepodge of comedy, drama and a smidgen of mystery will keep audience alert Congratulations to TheatreWorks for receiving this year the Tony for Best Regional Theater Award. Silicon Valley’s premiere theatrical group starts its 50th anniversary [...]

Curtains Up Review by Camille Bounds: “The Language Archive” is a play looking for words about love2019-07-21T10:21:03-07:00

Theater Review by Camille Bounds: ‘Gypsy’ is a fun, entertaining show about the darker side of show biz

2019-07-03T10:12:15-07:00

Musical plays through July 6 at Morgan Hill Community Playhouse Some of the cast of "Gypsy" sing and dance during a recent dress rehearsal. The show plays through July 6 at the Morgan Hill CommunityPlayhouse.Photo courtesy [...]

Theater Review by Camille Bounds: ‘Gypsy’ is a fun, entertaining show about the darker side of show biz2019-07-03T10:12:15-07:00

Camille Bound’s Review: South Valley Civic Theatre’s “Gypsy” is a poignant and funny tale of show biz family

2019-06-18T08:43:41-07:00

Ingrid Rottman brings dynamic talent to  larger-than-life character of Rose Photo courtesy Elizabeth Mandel The South Valley Civic Theatre’s production of “Gypsy, A Musical Fable” brings to the Morgan Hill Playhouse a Broadway stage classic [...]

Camille Bound’s Review: South Valley Civic Theatre’s “Gypsy” is a poignant and funny tale of show biz family2019-06-18T08:43:41-07:00

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: Limelight’s “The Velocity Of Autumn” is reaching for independence with a vengeance

2019-04-24T07:22:41-07:00

Farotte and Heath superbly play off each other like a couple of chess pieces making points for their reasoning Published online February 26, 2019 Think about being almost 80 (if you are not there already)? You turn [...]

Curtains Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: Limelight’s “The Velocity Of Autumn” is reaching for independence with a vengeance2019-04-24T07:22:41-07:00

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: Teen musical “Godspell” brings message of love and forgiveness to SVCT stage

2019-04-25T06:57:57-07:00

Published Feb. 14, 2019 on MorganHillLife.com South Valley Civic Theatre's "Godspell" teen musical plays through March 2 at the Morgan Hill Community Playhouse on the corner of East Dunne Avenue and Monterey Road. Tickets for shows [...]

Curtain Up Theater Review by Camille Bounds: Teen musical “Godspell” brings message of love and forgiveness to SVCT stage2019-04-25T06:57:57-07:00