Kama Ginkas (Russian: Кама Миронович Гинкас) (born 7 May 1941 in Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR, USSR) is a Russian and Soviet theatre director.
Born to a Jewish family, Ginkas was a student of Georgy Tovstonogov, Ginkas has collaborated with most major theatres in Moscow and St. Petersburg, including the Moscow Art Theatre (The Train Car and The Toastmaster), the Moscow New Generation Theatre (МТЮЗ) (We Play Crime - based on Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, The Execution of the Decembrists, Anton Chekhov's The Black Monk and Lady with a Lapdog, and Rothschild's Fiddle.) His productions have traveled to festivals in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Bosnia, Brazil, United States, Poland, Croatia, the Netherlands, the former Yugoslavia, and France. His adaptations of Chekhov's stories are visually stunning and unique in form, and have earned him the highest honors in Russia and at festivals throughout the world. In the summer of 2003, he made his American debut with his "K.I. from Crime" at the Bard SummerScape Festival.