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‘Incredibly gifted’ co-founder of Revival Theatre Company dies
Sullenberger helped launch professional company in 2014
CEDAR RAPIDS — Cameron Sullenberger, a co-founder the Revival Theatre Company, a Cedar Rapids professional theater company known for producing Broadway-quality performances at local venues, died Saturday morning, the organization announced.
“Cameron was incredibly gifted. His musical talents and teaching inspired many. Our thoughts go out to his family, his wide-range of loving friends, and his many students over the years,” Revival Theater said in a statement.
With Brian Glick, Sullenberger co-founded the company in 2014. Their mission was to present cutting edge, contemporary and classical musical theater that larger companies might find too financially risky to produce.
Performances — among many others — have included “Titanic” at Theatre Cedar Rapids, “The Color Purple” at CSPS Hall, and, teaming up with TCR and Orchestra Iowa, Rodgers and Hammerstein performances at the Paramount Theatre and at the Brucemore mansion.
Sullenberger previously taught music at McKinley Middle School in Cedar Rapids.
Revival Theater, which did not announce a cause of death, said that funeral services are pending.