Cambria is a playwright and screenwriter with a particular interest in the stories of complicated, smart, capable women (particularly marginalized women). Some of her plays are available on New Play Exchange. The debut reading of her new play Lark and the Dark took place at the Echo Theatre in June 2018. 


arabesque no 1



*National Undergraduate Playwriting Award, Kennedy Center

*awarded Best Script & Best of Fest at the She LA Summer Theatre Festival

arabesque no 1 follows two people from the ages of 6-32, as well as the people around them who shape who they become.

A Girl Smiles in the Arctic



*Best Play winner - Off-Broadway Act One Festival

*to be published 2018

International pop sensation Justin Bieber and Siberian Inuit hunter Nirliq meet in their conjoined dreams every night. What happens when a childlike Englishman appears in their dream scape after a suicide attempt? This play explores romance, privilege, existentialism, and love in all its forms.




A popular worship leader and his goth anarchist daughter try to cope with anger, alcohol, and mental illness. Meanwhile their church's new, southern-fried pastor fights dirty to secure her place at the top of the congregational heap. Things get more complicated when the youth pastor and Delaney's relationship inflicts new wounds on old problems.