Jill Campbell is a writer and producer of theatre, documentaries and film. 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.
Jill’s plays have been performed or produced at The Actors Studio, Mabou Mines, La MaMa, New Georges (The Room) “r u nobody 2?”, 13th Street Playhouse, Greenwich Street Theatre, Cherry Lane, East 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.
Documentaries include: Bernal’s Picasso: When Art Met Science (Producer/Writer); Dancing Across Borders (Associate Producer) directed by Anne Bass (First Run Features); Never Stand Still (Consultant) filmed at Jacob’s Pillow - to name a few
"WE GIVE THANKS TO OFF-OFF BROADWAY’S LA MAMA, AND PLAYWRIGHT JILL CAMPBELL’S SPECTACULAR CHEMISTRY OF LOVE, FOR WAKING ME UP TO THE FACT THAT NEW AND ENGAGING PERMUTATIONS OF STAGECRAFT ARE STILL A POSSIBILITY.” – JAY REISBERG,CULTURECATCH.COM
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