Pamela Vogel
United States



Pamela Vogel’s credits include Between Riverside and Crazy, The Lifespan of a Fact, Small Mouth Sounds, and Body Awareness at 4th Wall Theatre; Leap and The Net Will Appear at Catastrophic Theatre; The Sound of Music and The Lilies of the Field at A.D. Players; Doubt at Unity Theatre; Peace in Our Time (Best Supporting Actress Finalist, Houston Press, 2014) at Main Street Theater; The Importance Of Being Earnest, The Triumph of Love (Best Supporting Actress Finalist, 2012), and Tartuffe at Classical Theatre Company; In the Next Room... at Southern Rapture Stages; The Lion in Winter and Wit at Texas Repertory Theatre; and Othello and The Taming of the Shrew at Houston Shakespeare Festival. She has performed in regional productions in Illinois, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Vogel is a collective member of the Houston Equity Festival, and in May 2021 produced and performed in the digital production Miss American Pie - A Historical, Political, And Culinary Monologue. In 2019, she appeared in Wit (Vivian) for the festival at MATCH. She has taught classes for AP English high school students and college students studying medical humanities.