Cambra Overend

Cambra Overend is an Emmy-nominated producer and a founding member of SRO Productions along with her collaborators Bartlett Sher & J.T. Rogers.  She was an Executive Producer on Bart & J.T.’s award-winning film of Oslo for HBO, starring Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott, and is currently a Producer on J.T.’s series Tokyo Vice on Max, with Ansel Elgort and Ken Watanabe. In 2022, Cambra was a producer on Bart’s Pictures from Home on Broadway, starring Nathan Lane; as well as his revival of Camelot at Lincoln Center Theater, with a new book by Aaron Sorkin. She was also an Executive Producer for the Sorkin-penned short film “Welcome Back” (2021), featuring the cast of Bart’s record-breaking hit To Kill a Mockingbird, in honor of the re-opening of Broadway following the pandemic. In 2019, she produced One Giant Leap on Broadway, a collaboration with The New York Times in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, featuring Jeff Daniels and Samuel L. Jackson as well as Apollo 11 Command Module Pilot Michael Collins. As a stage manager, Cambra worked on more than 20 Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, including numerous Tony Award–winning productions. She is the recipient of a Cullman Award for Extraordinary Creativity from Lincoln Center Theater and in 2022 was named a Woman to Watch by the Broadway Women’s Fund. She is a member of the Producers Guild.

“Welcome Back” – To Kill a Mockingbird on Broadway

Tokyo Vice Season 2

Loosely inspired by American journalist Jake Adelstein’s first-hand account of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police beat, Season 2 of the series, filmed on location in Tokyo, takes us deeper into the city’s criminal underworld, as Adelstein comes to realize that his life, and the lives of those close to him, are in terrible danger.

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A fresh take on the classic tale, featuring a book by Academy® and Emmy® Award–winning writer Aaron Sorkin, based on the original by Alan Jay Lerner and directed by Bartlett Sher. It is the story of King Arthur, the founding of Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table. King Arthur struggles to uphold his ideal for a democratic kingdom when his wife, Guenevere, falls for his favorite knight, Sir Lancelot.

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Pictures From Home

Pictures from home bio: A comic and dramatic portrait of a mother (Zoë Wanamaker), a father (Nathan Lane), and the son (Larry Burstein) who photographed their lives. Based on the photo memoir by Larry Sultan, Pictures From Home evokes memories of childhood, parenthood, and the vicissitudes that comprise familial relationships.

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Tokyo Vice Season 1

In 1990s Tokyo, American Jake Adelstein becomes the first foreign-born journalist to write for a Japanese newspaper. Straight out of college and desperate not to return home to Missouri, Jake wills himself into a job on the bottom rung of the ladder of a leading Japanese newspaper. He’s assigned to the crime beat and his life soon becomes enmeshed in the hidden, complex cultures of the city’s vice cops and the criminal underworld of the Yakuza. Tokyo Vice takes us deep into a world never seen before on Western television: Japan from an insider’s point of view.

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Oslo (film)

The film stars Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott as the married Norwegian couple who initiated secret back-channel peace talks between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization, leading to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords. It also features Itzik Cohen, Salim Daw, Sasson Gabay, Dov Glickman, Rotem Keinan, Igal Naor, Jeff Wilbusch, Tobias Zilliacus, and Waleed Zuaiter. It premiered on HBO Max, and was nominated for two Emmys, including Outstanding Television Movie. It won the Critics Choice Award for Best Movie Made for Television.

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Oslo (play)

Oslo is inspired by the amazing true story of the back-channel talks, unlikely friendships, and quiet heroics that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and Palestinians. The production starred Jennifer Ehle and Jefferson Mays.

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One Giant Leap

On July 21, 1969, humans for the first time stepped onto another world. Fifty years later, the scope and daring of the Apollo 11 moon landing is still not fully understood. In One Giant Leap, Tony Award–winner J.T. Rogers tells the gripping, surprising, story-behind-the-story of one of the greatest achievements in history.  Weaving together the actual transcripts of the Apollo 11 mission, news coverage of the period, and interviews with the men and women who made the mission happen, One Giant Leap captures the thrills, anxieties, and triumphs of a group of men and women striving to do the impossible.

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