Pamela Berlin’s New York directing credits include STEEL MAGNOLIAS, which ran for three years off-Broadway, ENDPAPERS at the Variety Arts Theatre, , TO GILLIAN ON HER 37TH BIRTHDAY (Circle in the Square), THE CEMETERY CLUB (Broadway), CROSSING DELANCEY (Jewish Repertory Theatre), JOINED AT THE HEAD and PRETTY FIRE (Manhattan Theatre Club), THE FAMILY OF MANN and THE RED ADDRESS (Second Stage), THREE IN THE BACK, TWO IN THE HEAD (MCC), BLACK INK and ELM CIRCLE (Playwrights Horizons), SNOWING AT DELPHI and CLUB SODA (WPA), VITA AND VIRGINIA (the Zipper Theatre),WINNERS, CLOSE TIES and numerous one-acts in the Marathons at the Ensemble Studio Theatre, where she is a member. Regionally, she has directed THE HUMANS, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN, RED, CLYBOURNE PARK, COPENHAGEN, DANCING AT LUGHNASA, BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY, THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK, THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS, TRUE WEST, TALLEY’S FOLLY, TRANSLATIONS, DRIVING MISS DAISY and JOE EGG, among others, at such theatres as the Kennedy Center, Seattle Rep, Long Wharf, Huntington, Pittsburgh Public, Pioneer, Pasadena Playhouse, Theatreworks Palo Alto, Virginia Stage and Portland Stage. Opera credits include EUGENE ONEGIN, LA TRAVIATA, RIGOLETTO, MADAME BUTTERFLY, LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, COLD SASSY TREE, OF MICE AND MEN at the Vancouver Opera, Utah Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Opera Omaha and Leonard Bernstein’s MASS and Stravinsky’s A SOLDIER’S TALE with the Virginia Arts Festival. She has directed at Juilliard and New York University’s MFA Acting Program and has taught directing and acting in the MFA program at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and at Brooklyn College. Pamela has participated in the Sundance Theatre Institute, New York Theatre Workshop Summer Program, Cape Cod Theatre Project and Theatreworks Palo Alto New Plays Series. For television she directed an ABC After School Special (THROUGH THICK AND THIN) as well as numerous films for Merrill Lynch that dramatically portray various forms of bigotry and sexual harassment in the work place.