About

Hi there! I’m an Atlanta-based actor, singer, and dancer with over 30 years of professional experience.

I was born in New York and raised in Atlanta as the youngest of four girls. My love for performing started at a young age because it “lit me up” and – let’s be honest – it was a surefire way to capture my family’s attention. This love of drama grew into a lifelong passion for storytelling – I was hooked after my debut performance as a toy soldier in Atlanta Ballet’s The Nutcracker when I was eight.

After graduating from Yale with a B.A. in Theatre Studies, I went on to make my Broadway debut in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, understudying and performing the principal role of Hedy La Rue alongside Matthew Broderick. I also appeared in the Broadway revival of Once Upon a Mattress with Sarah Jessica Parker.

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Press for New Play Reading

Thanks to the Atlanta Jewish Times for this lovely write-up about a new play reading I directed, May God Bless Her. I was privileged to collaborate with playwright Hank Kimmel and assemble a stellar cast—Brian Kurlander, Faina Khibkin, Imani Vaughan-Jones, and Adir Lev Mann—to bring this new work to life. It addresses themes of family, faith, tradition, and a shared longing for human connection that feels very relevant and palpable in these times. I’m excited to see how the play continues to develop and hopefully will enjoy a full scale production in the not-too-distant future!

Pamela Gold

Letting Go and Embracing the Play

This month I was so happy to be back on set shooting a Georgia Lottery commercial. Unfortunately, my “Nosey Lady” didn’t make the final edit, but I was grateful to get to play for the day with a fabulous group of actors and a great production staff and crew. As actors, we have very little control in this business, which is why it’s important to stay focused on exercising our creative muscles while letting go of any attachment to outcome. Easier said than done. It takes practice, which is why I am also grateful for the freeing “Get Out of Your Head Level 3” class I just wrapped at The Alliance Theatre with the most generous and supportive ensemble of actors and teachers. Each week we took creative risks, challenged ourselves with material and roles that were way outside our comfort zone, and used physical and emotional tools to find our way in and fully embody our characters. Most of all, we stayed positive and playful and found so much joy through our work.
Now that’s something we can control.

Into the Burrow

Back to the Burrow

It was an absolute joy to be reunited with the cast of Into the Burrow during three special concert performances of our show during the 2024 TYA (Theatre for Young Audiences)/USA National Festival and Conference, hosted by the Alliance Theatre. Bringing together theater-makers from all over the world, the Festival showcased a diverse range of live performances, staged readings, and concerts, presented in conjunction with the Woodruff Art Center’s “Toddler Takeover.” It is always a joy to share the soaring music and hopeful message of this beautiful show with new audiences of all ages!