Playwright – Jill Campbell

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ABOUT…

Jill Campbell is a writer and producer of theatre, documentaries and television. She began her career as a Production Assistant at The Public Theater during Joseph Papp’s reign. She spent three formative years in the UK where her first play Forgive Me Father was produced.

THEATRE…

Jill’s plays have been performed or produced at The Actors Studio, Mabou Mines, La MaMaNew Georges (The Room) “r u nobody 2?”, 13th Street Playhouse, Greenwich Street Theatre, Cherry LaneEast Hampton Playhouse and Mind the Gap in NY, Luna Stage (NJ), Women’s Theater Project and  Side Project (Chicago). Her play Forgive Me Father  was produced at the Etcetera Theater in London and at the Dublin Fringe Festival.  She has been a Resident Artist with Mabou Mines, 92nd Street Y/Makor Steinhardt Center, Sewanee Writers’ Conference and in the UK at Caird Company founded by director John Caird. She is honored to be a member of the Playwrights/Directors Unit at The Actors Studio and NewShoe in NYC.

FILM…

Documentaries include: Bernal’s Picasso: When Art Met Science (Producer/Writer); Dancing Across Borders (Associate Producerdirected by Anne Bass (First Run Features);  Never Stand Still  (Consultant) filmed at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and Out of Print  premiering at Tribeca Film Festival 2013 (Assistant Producer). She is presently producing and writing the documentary The Hamlet of Canfield Gardens about her mentor, British playwright,  Bernard Kops.

PRESS…

Camden New Journal, UK… “Campbells words are so beautiful and real the audience is perched on the edge of its seat.”

Time Out, London…”Compelling”

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