Camille Curtin is a wife, mother of twins, and alumni of Pasadena Dance Theatre. She began her formal training under Cynthia Young. Camille attended Southern Methodist University and earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. While in college, she danced as an apprentice with Contemporary Ballet Dallas. She went on to become a Trainee at Oklahoma City Ballet, where she danced roles in Robert Mill’s Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, and The Little Mermaid. She also performed in pieces choreographed by Amanda Herd-Popejoy and Walker Martin. In 2018, Camille returned to Pasadena Dance Theatre as a company member, her roles include Arabian Soloist and Merliton Soloist. She has choreographed for St. Monica Academy’s productions, including The Merchant of Venice and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Camille now mostly stays at home with her toddler twins and is the 2023 Director for Pasadena Dance Theatre’s The Nutcracker.