CURRENT SHOW

Astrologically Screwed

OTHER SHOWS

Tales of Modern Motherhood
Tales of Modern Motherhood: Part II

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Award Winning, solo performer Pam Levin has been performing one-woman shows for the past twenty-two years.

Pam is thrilled to return to the Whitefire Annual Solofest, which is the largest one-person-show festival on the West Coast. At last year’s festival, she did something that had never been done before. She performed three completely different one-woman shows over the course of the two and a half month festival. She toured all over the world, off and on, for six years with the show The Quiet Room, in which she won an ADA Award in Los Angeles 
for “Best Solo Production.” She also had the pleasure of performing the hilarious, raunchy comedy, In My Own X-Rated Words, written by Fredrica Duke, to sold-out runs in LA, as well as the Big Apple. Pam’s third piece, which was actually first in line at last year’s festival, was her own solo piece, which she crafted in Terrie Silverman’s Solo Master Class in LA called, Tales of Modern Motherhood…This Sh*t Just Got Real. It made its East Coast Premiere Fall of 2017, off-broadway at the United Solo Festival in New York City where she had two sold-out shows and was invited back for an encore performance. It had sold-out runs at both The Santa Monica Playhouse and The Whitefire Theater, where she was asked to headline Solofest in 2018.

Most recently, Pam just came back from performing the new chapter of Tales of Modern Motherhood: Part 2 – Gender & Identity” off-broadway at the United Solo Festival. You can also see Pam perform a piece from her new show at Expressing Motherhood on January 18th & 19that the Lyric Hyperion Theater in Silver Lake.

Pam is currently in post-production on the new web series The Misadventures of… as well as the feature film Princess of the Row.

Pam has narrated over a dozen children’s audio books on the website babysbrilliant.com and is a proud mother of two amazing kids, Bella and Darby, and the bride of her Romeo, Brett.