Originally published on December 5th, 2014. If you’re in NYC on July 3rd, watch Camille Theobald co-host ‘The Weekend Drop’ at Brit Pack (153 Lafayette Street, 3rd Floor, NY, NY) at 7pm.
Every Friday, The Experiment Comedy showcases comedians you should be following on Twitter. In this week’s edition of ‘Why Aren’t You Following?’ we proudly present to you the Tweets of New York City-based comedian Camille Theobald!
Camille Theobald is a Salt Lake City native who made her way to New York City at age 18 to attend The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After graduating from the prestigious acting institution, she switched showbiz gears to focus on comedy, first studying improv and sketch at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She performs regularly with Sunday Night Improv, and has been in sketches with Collegehumor.com, The Cinema Couch, Farfetched Comedy, and Comedy Joy Ride.
She is also the creator of the Ukuletter series, in which she aired grievances via a ukulele tune.
As a standup comedian, Camille has competed in the Stand Up Comedy 360 Festival, New York’s Best New Comic Competition, performed at such venues as The UCB Theatre, The People’s Improv Theatre, Eastville Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club, Stand Up New York. She currently hosts The Funny Shit Comedy Show at The Secret Theatre (44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City, NY) every first Monday of the month.
She also writes for StageBuddy.com, a local guide to live entertainment. So, live comedy, video, and blogger: she’s pretty much a sentient version of The Experiment Comedy.
Anywho, here are some of our favorite, most recent Tweets from Camille’s feed:
I refuse to ever use Tinder. I’ve just gotten so used to making friendships awkward by turning them into friends with Bennefits why stop now
— Camille Theobald (@camltheo) December 3, 2014
A woman at my gym spends 55 min on the phone in hallway and 15 min working out… I think she comes here for the great cell service
— Camille Theobald (@camltheo) November 29, 2014
— Camille Theobald (@camltheo) November 22, 2014
— Camille Theobald (@camltheo) October 30, 2014