Pam Munson Steadman
Asbury Park, New Jersey
Pam's travelled extensively with her family, and has lived outside of London, England; and in Singapore, as well as in eight states.
Having taught elementary school for a few years before starting her family, Pam soon caught the acting bug and graduated into an arts career as a performing artist for children...aka "Lady Amuck." She has also penned a children's trilogy of "Hannah Savannah" Books.
While residing in Singapore, she taught story drama workshops to expats and Singaporeans, titled "Becoming YOUR Story."
Primarily, Pam's greatest delight is in writing full length comedies and other plays.
WHOLLY GHOSTS!...a full length farce produced locally in June, 2013.
CUPID IS AS CUPID DOES...10-minute comedic play that takes place at a wedding reception; all hell breaks loose when a secret is exposed. This was a contender in The Samuel French Short Play Competition, 2014.
GOING TO THE DOGS...a ten-minute play produced Off Off Broadway as part of a weekend of plays. It has also been done as a reading through FACT Theatre in Manhattan, and as a reading and presentation through The Provincetown Fringe Theater of Asbury Park and The Grange Playhouse.
HOME FRONT: BETWEEN THE LINES... a full length drama now available to interested theaters. It was first produced by The Grange Playhouse in 2012... to a full house.
GUESS WHAT'S COMING TO (CHRISTMAS) DINNER?...a very strange 'guest' arrives, interrupting the usual holiday feud. A one-act.
BOARD HUSSIES...a full length comedy for adults. It is in revision.
KINGDOM !... a fun, full length musical panto for children and and childish adults. This was produced by The Grange Playhouse, 2014; StageWorks (Windmore Foundation for the Arts 2015; Boomtown Festival , North Dakota 2015.
EX MARKS THE SPOT...a ten-minute play full of silly surprises and is now ONLY available through ArtAge Publications http://www.seniortheatre.com/ It has been done as a reading with F.A.C.T. Theatre in Manhattan (Winter,2012), and with The Provincetown Fringe Theater of Asbury Park, NJ (Fall, 2011)
FLOUR POWER...a goofy ten-minute spin-off of the tale.