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Cami Thompson

Cami Thompson

Jazz / Vocal Jazz and Swing / Musical theater San Francisco, CA  US
Little Drummer Boy
Little Drummer Boy
The Color of Christmas
The Color of Christmas
Caught A Touch of Your Love - from "Swing! Swang! Swung!" NEW CD
Caught A Touch of Your Love - from "Swing! Swang! Swung!" NEW CD
It Might As Well be Spring - with Mike Vax Big Band
It Might As Well be Spring - with Mike Vax Big Band
Come Back To Me - from "Swing! Swang! Swung!" CD
Come Back To Me - from "Swing! Swang! Swung!" CD

Videos

It Might as well be Spring

Shows

  • 2014

    Apr 20

    SF, CA, US | 3:00pm

    A brand new, world premiere musical with some beloved songs from the 1930s! Running April 2nd thru April 20th with 16 performances... The Great Depression as viewed through the prism of the Talking Pictures Musicals that swept the clouds away in the darkest times. The score will include songs from the 1930s movie musicals such as: Painting the Clouds With Sunshine, Good Morning Glory, I Wished On The Moon, Sing You Sinners, Marahuana, Jeepers Creepers, You Oughta Be in Pictures, and Dusty Shoes. Book by Greg MacKellan & Mark D. Kaufmann Music & Lyrics by Milton Ager, Remo Biondi, Joseph A Burke, Sam Coslow, B.G. DeSylva, Al Dubin, Dorothy Fields, Mack Gordon, Jay Gorney, Clifford Grey, Oscar Hammerstein II, E.Y. Harburg, Franke W. Harling, Lorenz Hart, Edward Heyman, Herman Hupfeld, Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, Gene Krupa, Al Lewis, Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger, Harry Revel, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Al Sherman, Oscar Straus, Dana Suesse, Harry Warren, Richard A. Whiting, and Jack Yellen Directed by Mark D. Kaufmann I play Willa, a widow who was a former Vaudeville performer, and now runs a diner on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in 1935. My waitress and her friend want to be in the movies, my regulars are in newspaper and show business, and all our paths cross into a delightful story about hopes, dreams, romance, happiness, money, and what we do to have all that during the Great Depression (sort of like today, huh?) Two characters serve as our "movie muses" as we see them on the screen - and off! Please follow the link for more information about tickets, prices, the play, and 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company.

  • 2014

    Apr 19

    Sf, CA, US | 6:00pm

    A brand new, world premiere musical with some beloved songs from the 1930s! Running April 2nd thru April 20th with 16 performances... The Great Depression as viewed through the prism of the Talking Pictures Musicals that swept the clouds away in the darkest times. The score will include songs from the 1930s movie musicals such as: Painting the Clouds With Sunshine, Good Morning Glory, I Wished On The Moon, Sing You Sinners, Marahuana, Jeepers Creepers, You Oughta Be in Pictures, and Dusty Shoes. Book by Greg MacKellan & Mark D. Kaufmann Music & Lyrics by Milton Ager, Remo Biondi, Joseph A Burke, Sam Coslow, B.G. DeSylva, Al Dubin, Dorothy Fields, Mack Gordon, Jay Gorney, Clifford Grey, Oscar Hammerstein II, E.Y. Harburg, Franke W. Harling, Lorenz Hart, Edward Heyman, Herman Hupfeld, Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, Gene Krupa, Al Lewis, Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger, Harry Revel, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Al Sherman, Oscar Straus, Dana Suesse, Harry Warren, Richard A. Whiting, and Jack Yellen Directed by Mark D. Kaufmann I play Willa, a widow who was a former Vaudeville performer, and now runs a diner on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in 1935. My waitress and her friend want to be in the movies, my regulars are in newspaper and show business, and all our paths cross into a delightful story about hopes, dreams, romance, happiness, money, and what we do to have all that during the Great Depression (sort of like today, huh?) Two characters serve as our "movie muses" as we see them on the screen - and off! Please follow the link for more information about tickets, prices, the play, and 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company.

  • 2014

    Apr 18

    SF, CA, US | 8:00pm

    A brand new, world premiere musical with some beloved songs from the 1930s! Running April 2nd thru April 20th with 16 performances... The Great Depression as viewed through the prism of the Talking Pictures Musicals that swept the clouds away in the darkest times. The score will include songs from the 1930s movie musicals such as: Painting the Clouds With Sunshine, Good Morning Glory, I Wished On The Moon, Sing You Sinners, Marahuana, Jeepers Creepers, You Oughta Be in Pictures, and Dusty Shoes. Book by Greg MacKellan & Mark D. Kaufmann Music & Lyrics by Milton Ager, Remo Biondi, Joseph A Burke, Sam Coslow, B.G. DeSylva, Al Dubin, Dorothy Fields, Mack Gordon, Jay Gorney, Clifford Grey, Oscar Hammerstein II, E.Y. Harburg, Franke W. Harling, Lorenz Hart, Edward Heyman, Herman Hupfeld, Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, Gene Krupa, Al Lewis, Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger, Harry Revel, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Al Sherman, Oscar Straus, Dana Suesse, Harry Warren, Richard A. Whiting, and Jack Yellen Directed by Mark D. Kaufmann I play Willa, a widow who was a former Vaudeville performer, and now runs a diner on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in 1935. My waitress and her friend want to be in the movies, my regulars are in newspaper and show business, and all our paths cross into a delightful story about hopes, dreams, romance, happiness, money, and what we do to have all that during the Great Depression (sort of like today, huh?) Two characters serve as our "movie muses" as we see them on the screen - and off! Please follow the link for more information about tickets, prices, the play, and 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company.

  • 2014

    Apr 17

    SF, CA, US | 7:00pm

    A brand new, world premiere musical with some beloved songs from the 1930s! Running April 2nd thru April 20th with 16 performances... The Great Depression as viewed through the prism of the Talking Pictures Musicals that swept the clouds away in the darkest times. The score will include songs from the 1930s movie musicals such as: Painting the Clouds With Sunshine, Good Morning Glory, I Wished On The Moon, Sing You Sinners, Marahuana, Jeepers Creepers, You Oughta Be in Pictures, and Dusty Shoes. Book by Greg MacKellan & Mark D. Kaufmann Music & Lyrics by Milton Ager, Remo Biondi, Joseph A Burke, Sam Coslow, B.G. DeSylva, Al Dubin, Dorothy Fields, Mack Gordon, Jay Gorney, Clifford Grey, Oscar Hammerstein II, E.Y. Harburg, Franke W. Harling, Lorenz Hart, Edward Heyman, Herman Hupfeld, Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, Gene Krupa, Al Lewis, Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger, Harry Revel, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Al Sherman, Oscar Straus, Dana Suesse, Harry Warren, Richard A. Whiting, and Jack Yellen Directed by Mark D. Kaufmann I play Willa, a widow who was a former Vaudeville performer, and now runs a diner on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles in 1935. My waitress and her friend want to be in the movies, my regulars are in newspaper and show business, and all our paths cross into a delightful story about hopes, dreams, romance, happiness, money, and what we do to have all that during the Great Depression (sort of like today, huh?) Two characters serve as our "movie muses" as we see them on the screen - and off! Please follow the link for more information about tickets, prices, the play, and 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company.

  • 2014

    Apr 16

    SF, CA, US | 6:30pm

    A brand new, world premiere musical with some beloved songs from the 1930s! The Great Depression as viewed through the prism of the Talking Pictures Musicals that swept the clouds away in the darkest times. The score will include songs from the 1930s movie musicals such as: Painting the Clouds With Sunshine, Good Morning Glory, Sing You Sinners, Marahuana, You Oughta Be in Pictures, and Dusty Shoes. Book by Greg MacKellan & Mark D. Kaufmann Music & Lyrics by Milton Ager, Remo Biondi, Joseph A Burke, Sam Coslow, B.G. DeSylva, Al Dubin, Dorothy Fields, Mack Gordon, Jay Gorney, Clifford Grey, Oscar Hammerstein II, E.Y. Harburg, Franke W. Harling, Lorenz Hart, Edward Heyman, Herman Hupfeld, Arthur Johnston, Gus Kahn, Ted Koehler, Gene Krupa, Al Lewis, Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer, Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger, Harry Revel, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Al Sherman, Oscar Straus, Dana Suesse, Harry Warren, Richard A. Whiting, and Jack Yellen Directed by Mark D. Kaufmann Run Time: 2 Hours, 20 Minutes Starring: (* denotes Equity Membership) *Ryan Drummond Nicole Frydman Justin Gillman *John-Elliott Kirk *Galen Murphy-Hoffman *Allison F. Rich Cami Thompson *Kari Yancy OPENING NIGHT 
Saturday, April 5, 6 pm 
REGULAR PERFORMANCES: 
Wed & Thur, 7 pm 
Fri at 8 pm 
Sat at 6 pm 
Sun at 3 pm 
FAMILY MATINEE 
Saturday, April 12 
at 1 pm 
POST-SHOW DISCUSSIONS 
WITH DIRECTOR & CAST: 
Sunday, April 6 & 13 Tickets: $21-$75 (Subject to change) Also Check Goldstar.com for discount tickets!

Photos

  • "Swing! Swang! Swung!" CD
  • "By Request" CD
  • "No More Blues" CD

About

Sounds Like: Ella Fitzgerald, Bette-Midler, Cleo Laine, Natalie Cole, Sarah Vaughan

Label: Camilleaus Music

Manager: self-managed

Bio: Spirited singer, actress, songwriter, teacher and bandleader Cami Thompson has been sharing her musical talents and charismatic personality with appreciative audiences all around the globe for over 35 years. Reno-born and musically raised, she has traveled to the far reaches of Paris, London, Ams...See Full Bio

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Hey I made Top 40 Artists in San Francisco on ReverbNation! ... I have no idea what that means, but it sounds cool! Thanks for listening!

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"Swing! Swang! Swung!" Newest CD

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  • Song Plays +30 269
  • Video Plays 33
  • Total Fans 369
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