Pam Pepper

Lehigh University Theatre -  Pam Pepper
Acting, Directing
MFA, Ohio University

 


Pam is a professor in the Lehigh University Department of Theatre where she teaches acting and directing. Her recent Lehigh productions include A Moon for the Misbegotten, The Shape of Things, Red, The Good Woman of Setzuan, Desire Under the Elms, Night Sky, All That Fall, and Macbeth. She has worked in professional theatre as a director, literary manager and administrator, and came to the Lehigh Valley as the associate director of the Pennsylvania Stage Company. She has been a Region II chair for Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival's playwriting awards committee and is active in the Association for Theatre in Higher Education’s New Play Development Workshop. She is an on-site evaluator for the National Association of Schools of Theatre; a past College of Arts and Sciences associate dean; and is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society.