In June, Tina Polzin received her MFA in Directing from The University of Washington. After graduation, she was a producer of the Intiman Festival and directed/produced the comedy pilot for Off The Record. She presents Fridays on the Farm at 21 Acres, a monthly series combining farm to table with diverse entertainment, encouraging conversations and connections. She has produced Estrogenius, a month long festival showcasing female playwrights, and Fusion Film Festival which highlights female directors and cinematographers. Tina has directed comedy, farce, drama, devised works, one person shows and musicals in France, New York, California and Washington. As a teaching artist she has worked nationally and internationally with all ages and special needs, teaching theater, conflict resolution, literacy, science and D&D. She has run theater programs in California and Israel. She is also a writer working with theaters like Palo Alto Children's Theater where she led students in the creation of a full length play dealing with corporate responsibility. She performs improv and sketch comedy. She has a BA in Theater and English from The University of California, Irvine.
Death On The Supermarket Shelves, a new play about the Tylenol murders in the 1980s. March 4th – 20th 2016, Center Stage Theater. Director
Big Fish, a father and son musical journey. July 8 - Aug. 13, Taproot Theatre Company. Dramaturge