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Who is

 Pam Quinn?

Pamela Eberhardt was born on Long Island and spent much of her life traveling between NY and CA. She wrote her first full-length play at age 17 called A Norman Rockwell Christmas with the Donners, about a family that ate each other alive metaphorically. The play was produced at the American Renegade Theatre in North Hollywood (Recently called the NoHo Arts Center). She learned most from this experience that what she needed to do was learn how to write.

 

She moved to New York when her parents expressed that she should have been in college, and tackled the black box theatre life. After collaborating with some creative lifers, Pam wrote and wrote and created Play Club. Play Club was a place where people could come and cold read, get to know other actors and learn about plays and playwrights without committing to a rigorous rehearsal schedule. Play Club would eventually developed a branch in New Orleans and Los Angeles. 

 

In 2007, Pam wrote the book and lyrics to Right Together, Left Together, an original musical she penned with LA composer Will Collyer. This show went up at the off-broadway Bleecker St. Theatre and had a run at the Complex theatre in Hollywood. In 2013, Play Club produced her original play Far From Chekhov at the Access Theatre downtown. In 2014 Pam teamed up with another brilliant composer, Jonathan Brenner, and wrote the book and lyrics to The Runaway Clone. This musical was accepted into NYMF (The New York Musical Theatre Festival). It would also be nominated for Best Musical at the 2018 Hollywood Fringe Festival awards.

 

When the pandemic hit in 2020, Pam had to think outside the box on how to be creative without a stage. She bit the bullet and joined TikTok (@thepamquinn), knowing that her dog Casper, who would often howl with singers as a party trick, could bring in a potential audience. Boy did he deliver. They went viral on TikTok and Instagram. Not only that, they were asked to join Season 16 of America's Got Talent, where all four judges gave Casper and Pam (but mostly Casper) a standing ovation.

 

Casper and Pam are currently looking for representation for their children's book and tv show. They have most recently teamed up with A-List, a brand management company!

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