I am an actress, director and playwright. My current passion is writing for the Theatre and my plays have been produced in London UK and around the U.S., including in Boston, Cleveland, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Louisville, New Haven, NYC, the State University of New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe, and Spokane. My play MOTHER'S DAY was a 2019 finalist for the James Stevenson Prize for Short Comedic Plays and won the "Audience Choice Award” at the 31st Playwrights' Forum Festival. I had three new works selected for Stage Left Theater's “Masterpiece Monologues” series and was then commissioned to write and perform a solo piece, SLEEPWALKING, which was featured in Stage Left's "Empower Festival" and streamed online. SLEEPWALKING was also selected for Irondale Ensemble’s 2022 ON WOMEN Festival's (NYC) - New Media Library. The play was streamed online and received an "Audience Choice" award. Pam’s plays FINDING MOTHER COURAGE and BOXES were selected for the 32nd Playwrights’ Forum Festival. BOXES won the “Audience Choice Award.” Recently, both THE SITTING and BOXES were produced as part of TheatreWorks Humanity Festival in greater Louisville. MINISTER OF SORROW has been selected as one of three plays featured during the Appalachian Playwriting Festival, Ashville, NC in September 2023. MINISTER OF SORROW will be part of Stage Left Theater's 2024 Season. Pam holds a BFA in Theatre Performance and MA in Theatre Education. She has taught acting and playwriting throughout the PNW.