Zina Camblin is a lecturer in the Department of Radio/Television/Film. Her play “And Her Hair Went With Her” was produced at several Equity theaters across the country, and was featured at the Tribeca Theatre Festival and Lincoln Center Director’s Lab. She has developed and sold several television pilots, working with networks such as NBC and Warner Bros. She spent two seasons writing for the sitcom “Let’s Stay Together,” which was produced by Queen Latifah. Camblin has taught television writing, documentary-style theatre, playwrighting, and introduction to acting at Louisiana State University, Butler University, and University of California at San Diego. In addition, she developed television writing curriculum for high school and middle school students.
MFA - Theater, University of California, San Diego
FELLOWSHIP in PLAYWRITING - The Juilliard School
RTVF 360 Topics in Media Writing-Writing the ½-hour Spec Script
RTVF 464 Advanced Media Writing-Advanced Sitcom Writing