He Was Our Father is written for five actors taking multiple roles and highlights eight dramatic scenes from 19th century Connecticut. It is now available on Amazon.
The Blackfriars Repertory Theater, founded by Fr. Cameron, carries on the illustrious theatrical heritage of the Dominican Friars in New York of the Province of St. Joseph. In 1940, Dominican Fathers Urban Nagle and Thomas Carey founded and conducted the Blackfriars Guild: a national association of Catholic theatre companies comprised of twenty-
Moreover, Fathers Nagle and Carey together ran the only professional level theatre sponsored by a Catholic organization in the United States, and the first religious theatre ever tried in New York City. The Blackfriars Theatre, until recently popularly regarded as the American stages' oldest continuous Off-
Blackfriars Repertory Theatre preserves the philosophy and ideals of the original Blackfriars Guild dedicated to producing plays of artistic merit which reflect the spiritual nature of man and his destiny. This new initiative is comprised of a devoted company of priests and lay people. Blackfriars Repertory Theatre is committed to producing high quality theatre of all kinds that edifies, uplifts, entertains, and inspires.
Blackfriars Repertory Theatre works in close collaboration with the Providence College Theatre Arts Department, with Compagnia Elsinor, an association of three theatres throughout Italy under the direction of Franco Palmieri and with St. Malachy's Church, The Actors Chapel, New York City.