Pam's written plays in many genres, and has directed one of them (GOING TO THE DOGS) Off Off Broadway for a weekend collection of short quirky plays (Strike 38).
...Other plays include:
HOME FRONT: BETWEEN THE LINES, Pam's newest play.
GREAT AUNT DELIA WAS A BITCH!, rewrite.
BOARD HUSSIES, a comedy for adults and a work (in progress.)
KINGDOM, a musical (in rewrite) for children.
EX MARKS THE SPOT, a 10-minute comedy.
FLOUR POWER, a spin-off 10-minute play of "The Little Red Hen."
Pam's 5-minute monologue, OBITS and PIECES, has been presented as a reading.
SPITE AND ALICE, a full length drama.
CUPID IS AS CUPID DOES!, a ten-minute play.
Pam's travelled extensively with her family, and has lived outside of London, England (where she taught drama to expatriates); and in Singapore; as well as in eight states.
Having taught elementary school for a few years before starting her family, Pam soon caught the acting bug and graduated into an arts career as a performing artist for children...aka "LADY AMUCK."
For fifteen years, she performed zany antics and told countless interactive tales to children and adults in NJ, Singapore, NC, GA, and VA.
Becoming Your Story was a workshop that she taught to expatriates and Singaporeans.
While living in downtown Savannah, Pam wrote and had published a trilogy of children's books: "HANNAH SAVANNAH", concerning a ten-year old with a mind of her own.
She's also written humorous book of ridiculous prose, "THE LIVES OF THE WITS and FAMOUS!"
Pam founded The Pen-to-Paper Writers of Culpeper, VA.
She was also a board member of The Windmore Foundation for the Arts in Culpeper, VA (2005-‘07) and The Little Theater in New Milford, CT (1987-‘89).
At present, Pam is collaborating with a member of 'The Blue Man Group,' penning her lyrics, ‘BOBBING FOR APPLES IN A TUB OF MOONSHINE."
...'IN ASBURY PARK' is Pam's latest song just waiting for a musician or band to put a melody to it!
At present, Pam lives with her husband in Asbury Park, NJ where she a member of FACT Theatre, Manhattan.
Unique traits: Lifelong member of "Murphy's Law!"
Honoree of Singapore General Hospital Leukemia Benefit (as Lady Amuck, Storyteller) at Raffles Hotel.