Camilla Holland is the General Manager of the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Canada’s first regional theatre. Prior to MTC, Camilla was the General Manager for five years at Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre. Camilla has worked for a wide variety of professional theatres across Toronto, including large institutions (Canadian Stage Company), theatre for young audiences (Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People), new play developers (Factory Theatre), and smaller creation-based companies (Volcano Theatre). She produced the SummerWorks Theatre Festival (1997 and 1998) and numerous independent productions. She was the Theatre Officer at the Toronto Arts Council for two years and has worked in education and outreach, marketing and fundraising, production and touring.
Camilla is currently a Board member for the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and chairs PACT’s Advocacy portfolio and committee. She’s on the Board of Manitobans for the Arts, a member of the Canada Council’s Theatre Advisory Committee, and a new member of the Board of the National Theatre School.