Pamela holds a B.F.A. from Boston University, and an M.F.A. from the University of South Carolina under Sarah Barker and Jim O'Connor. Pamela Vogel was most recently seen in Charley's Aunt at Unity Theatre in Tartuffe at the Barnevelder Arts Complex for Classical Theatre Company, and in Southern Rapture at Stages Repertory Theatre. She was first invited to the Houston area in March 2008 by the Texas Repertory Theatre to appear as Vivian Bearing in Wit. From Chicago, favorite credits include Mrs. Randolph in Women and Water for Big Game Theatre, David Cromer director, Under Milk Wood for Barto Productions, Hellcab for Famous Door Theatre, and Hamlet for the Court Theatre, Charles Newell, director, where she was seen as Gertrude (understudied, performed). Pamela apprenticed in 2000 with the Tony Award-winning Theatre de la Jeune Lune in Minneapolis. Regional theater credits include Dr. Pinch/Emilia in The Comedy of Errors, Jack Young director, and Elizabeth in Gaslight at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Léontine in The Triumph of Love at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Craig A. Miller, director, Widow of Florence in All's Well That Ends Well and Bertha in Pippin at the Utah Shakespearean Festival; and Lady Capulet in Romeo and Juliet, Calpurnia in Julius Caesar and Gertrude in The Matchmaker, with the American Players Theatre. As a theatre educator, Pamela has taught for and is assisting with Texas Repertory Theatre's developing educational program, and currently teaches Theatre Appreciation and Acting I at Sam Houston State University.
Title: Lecturer of Theatre