Amelia Campbell was nominated for a Tony Award for her first Broadway play OUR COUNTRY’S GOOD in 1991.
Broadway: A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS; TRANSLATIONS; THE HERBAL BED; WAITING IN THE WINGS; A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE.
Off Broadway: COAL COUNTRY(Public Theatre/Cherry Lane); MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT(Keen Company); TAKING CARE OF BABY(MTC); THE EXONERATED(Culture Project); THE FALL TO EARTH(59E59); PHILIP ROTH IN KHARTOUM(LAByrinth); THE MISANTHROPE(NYTW); TRYST(Promenade); LOVE, JANIS(Village Theater).
Regional: A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM; THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA; DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS.
Film & Television: Anthony Arkin’s SENDER; THINGS LIKE THIS(upcoming); I AM MICHAEL; STAND CLEAR OF THE CLOSING DOORS; COMING UP ROSES; LEAVES OF GRASS; THE PAPER; BULL; MINDHUNTER; THE O.A.; ALPHA HOUSE; THIRD WATCH; LAW&ORDER/LAW&ORDER CRIMINAL INTENT; A DOG YEAR(HBO) MY LOUISIANA SKY(Showtime).
Amelia has been a guest teacher at HB Studio, where she co-created the audition workshop “What’s Stopping You?” with Jack Doulin. She has taught at Brooklyn College in the MFA Acting Program, and Pace University’s FTVC BFA Program.
She also co-created the groundbreaking on-set/on camera workshop “Being On Camera” with co-instructor Anthony Arkin, since 2012. They teach their workshops at Primary Stages school ESPA, and they currently teach their on-going On-Camera Auditioning class at Scott Freeman Studio. Amelia participated in the HB Studio’s 2022 Hagen Teacher’s Lab. She has been an acting coach since 2005.