Pamela Hunt...

is a director/choreographer who hails from Carthage, Indiana. She holds a BA from Butler University in Dance. After college, Pamela moved to Chicago where she began a career in theatre as an actress and dancer.  After a few of years working in AEA venues there, she moved to New York City.

In NYC, Pam appeared Off-Broadway in several shows, made numerous national network commercials, and then made the transition to SDC director/choreographer.   Her work has appeared throughout the United States, and she helmed the European tour of the I Love NY show. Pam has worked with many legends in the theatre, including Kaye Ballard, Jo Anne Worley, Simon Jones, Gavin MacLeoud, Millicent Martin, Jane Connell, Bonnie Franklin, Karen Valentine, Rosemary Murphy, Dody Goodman, and Pat Carroll.

A New York City production of The Musical of Musicals! was a highlight of Pam’s career.  It opened at The York Theatre, returned for 6 months, then ran for a year at New World Stages.  Pam has directed productions of this show all over the US and won the Kevin Kline Award in St. Louis for choreography.  She was also nominated for a Drama Desk award for Outstanding Direction for this show in NYC.

Regional theaters where Pam has directed include: Actors Theatre of Louisville, ACT, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Asolo Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, GEVA, Laguna Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep., Ordway Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre, The Prince, and Repertory Theatre of St. Louis. Stock theaters include: The Cape Playhouse, Westport Playhouse, Ogunquit Playhouse,  The  MUNY, Pittsburgh CLO, Sacramento CLO, and Atlanta TUTS. 

 LPTW Co-President Pamela Hunt welcomes the membership with Carmel Owen at the 2015 Season Launch.

LPTW Co-President Pamela Hunt welcomes the membership with Carmel Owen at the 2015 Season Launch.

Pam served as Co-President of The League of Professional Theatre Women (LPTW) in NYC for two years.  The LPTW is an advocacy organization for women in all disciplines of the performing arts.  It has over 500 members, plus several regional chapters across the U.S. and Europe.  She also is on the advisory board of the Duke Ellington Center for the Arts.

Pam is involved with the development of new musicals and is currently working on a musical version of The Seven Year Itch.