Writing for TV: Creating a Sitcom

Facilitator: Guest Facilitator: Barbara Crooker

  • Date: 08-5-2015 to 08-21-2015
  • Time: 6pm to 9pm
  • Price: Please arrange payment with instructor.

REGISTRATION ON THIS WEBSITE IS NOT REQUIRED.  

REGISTRATION ON THIS WEBSITE IS NOT REQUIRED.  

PLEASE EMAIL INSTRUCTOR, ZINA CAMBLIN at professorzac@gmail.com TO REGISTER.  ZINA WILL GIVE INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAYMENT $250

Evenings: August 5, 7, 12, 14, 17, 19  6-9pm.
Friday August 21, final pitch to TV studio:  time to be announced.
 

Zina Camblin, completed her MFA in Acting from UC San Diego and was a recipient of the Juilliard Playwrighting Fellowship. While at Juilliard, she received the Lecomte du Nouy Prize for playwrighting. Her play, “ And Her Hair Went With Her,” was selected as part of Lincoln Centers Directors Lab play reading series. In addition, she has performed in several regional productions of “And Her Hair Went With Her” including, The Phoenix Theater in Indianapolis, New Jersey Repertory Theater, and Horizon Theater in Atlanta. Past productions and workshops of her other work include: Memoirs to Live/ Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Bedroom Stories/ Jon Sims Center for the Performing Arts, in San Francisco, Life’s a Drag/ UC San Diego, and Bunni and Clyde/The Know Theater. As an assistant writer, researcher, and actor for the Tectonic Theater Project she helped devise and perform in two of their productions; “The Jonestown Project,” and “I Think I like Girls,” at The LaJolla Playhouse and Cherry Lane Theater in New York. Also at La Jolla Playhouse she appeared in “BASH”, “Polaroid Stories”, and the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” Most recently she starred in the production of Detroit 67 at Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati. As a writer, her television credits include developing pilots with both NBC and Warner Bros, and being on the writing staff of the BET show, “Let’s Stay Together,” produced by Queen Latifah. As an actor she starred in a television pilot for Disney, “Beyond the Page,” and did voice over work for Disney’s Educational Programs. Zina will be teaching Sit Com writing at Northwestern University in Chicago starting in 2015.

 

Location & Special Instructions

Women Writing for (a) Change

6906 Plainfield Road

Cincinnati, OH 45236

513-272-1171