A rich American woman plots to get what she wants by any means necessary, including the destruction of her husband, her lover, and even herself, in this modern presentation of the Ibsen classic “Hedda Gabler.”
An African-American adaptation of Chekhov’s “The Three Sisters,” set in a segregated army base in the South during the Second World War that celebrates the three graces of every woman of color: Brilliance, Joy and Flowering.
PAMELA V. NOLL has had plays produced off-off Broadway, at The Cleveland Play House, at the Cleveland Public Theatre, at the Actors’ Summit and at the Roxbury Center for Arts in Boston. One of her screen plays has been produced. She was also a finalist at the British Filmmaking Institute competition in London and won the first place award from the Gloria Film Festival in Utah. Her love of writing grew out of her research and writing her dissertation in psychology. As a psychologist, her specialty is happiness. She has also written book reviews for professional journals. Her portfolio includes six films and ten plays (including two published play).