Contact Info: Equity Actress and Master Teacher of Acting and Certified Lessac Voice Specialist, Dr. Pamela Chabora, for information on availability, private actor training and voice coaching at (207) 655-1172 or email@example.com
Summer 2014 has led Chabora into the amazing world of commercial/film. Starting with the principal role of Susan in the SAG short "The Mail.Man" to several commercials including the "Sylvania 300 Grannie" for which Chabora will serve as a spokesperson at the Sylvania 300 opening ceremonies in mid-September. Currently, Chabora is working with the Salem Theatre on a new production called "Said Wicked Deeds"which opens on September 22nd in Salem, MA and will follow that with another "witch" adventure at the Penobscot Theatre, reprising the Wicked Witch of the West in OZ through the end of Fall. This past year has been filled with wonderful professional theatre opportunities playing 70-80 year old women such as Abby Brewster in Arsenic And Old Lace at the Round Barn Theatre in Indiana and Miriam in HIDDEN at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts at Thingamajig Theatre in Colorado, followed by a stint with Theatre West Virginia as the Wicked Witch Of The West in The Wizard Of Oz, and closing summer 2013 with Miss Marple in A Murder Is Announced at Acadia Repertory on Mount Desert Island, Maine. Chabora currently serves as Adjunct Associate Professor of Acting at University of Southern Maine. During her 30 years as a specialist in actor training, she has also maintained a career in professional theatre as an actress, singer, director and choreographer. Recent roles include Daisy in Driving Miss Daisy, Golde and Yente in the 2011/2012 national tour of Fiddler On The Roof, Amanda in The Glass Menagerie, Eulalie Shinn in The Music Man, Miss Lynch in Grease, Evil Stepmother in Cinderella, Ethel in Footloose, and Mayor Matilda in All Shook Up. Chabora’s most cherished performance venture has been her portrayal of Emily Dickinson in the one woman show, The Belle Of Amherst which has toured nationally for the past seven years. In addition to all these activities, Chabora also enjoys serving as free-lance acting/voice/movement coach and master teacher.
AMANDA IN THE GLASS MENAGERIE AT TIN ROOF THEATRE, ND