In New York City, Pam was nominated for the 2004 Drama Desk Award as Outstanding Director of a Musical for The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!) which played at the Dodger Stages until November, 2005. Her production of Carnival at the York Theatre won the 1993 Outer Critics' Circle Award for Best Revival. She also directed A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Destry Rides Again at the York.
Other New York credits include Tony Lang and Arthur Siegel's The Last Musical Comedy; Tom Fontana's The Overcoat starring Austin Pendleton, and Cabaret Comes To Carnegie Hall starring Kaye Ballard.
Pam has directed numerous regional theater productions for The Actors Theatre of Louisville, ACT, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, American Stage Festival, Asolo Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Florida Studio Theatre, Florida Rep, GeVA, Laguna Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep., Ordway Theatre, Papermill Playhouse, Pioneer Theatre, The Prince Theatre, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, San Jose Rep, Stagewest, Studio Arena Theatre, and Theatre Virginia.
Her stock credits include Pittsburgh CLO, Sacramento Music Circus, Theatre by The Sea, TUTS, The MUNY, Wesport, and Ogunquit Playhouses, and 17 productions for the Cape Playhouse including Everybody Loves Opal starring Pat Carroll; Communicating Doors with Rue McClanahan; Moon Over Buffalo with Millicent Martin, Gavin MacLeod, and Jane Connell; Radio Gals with Dody Goodman; Putting It Together with Peter Scolari, Diana Canova, and Michael Rupert; and Mass Appeal with Malachy McCourt.