Pamela Schermann is a London-based stage director. She trained as a director at the University of Vienna, and at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London.
Professional directing credits include Simon Paisley Day’s Raving at Crescent Theatre, Birmingham for Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Gluck’s Orpheus and Eurydice and the world premiere of Faust, Alberta by Simone Spagnolo (Bridewell Theatre, London), Lady Windermere’s Fan (UK/Ireland Tour), Rimsky-Korsakov’s Mozart & Salieri (Arcola Theatre & UK/Denmark Tour, Off-West-End award finalist ‘Best Opera Production’), Zanetto and A Florentine Tragedy (Bridewell Theatre), Abe & Hans (Theatre503), Shoot, I didn't mean that and The Last Days of Mankind (Tristan Bates Theatre) and Iphigenia in Tauris (Rose Playhouse).
In Spring 2019, she will direct the European Premiere of Cry Havoc by Tom Coash at Park Theatre, London.
Pamela is very interested in Shakespeare, and has worked with the Rose Playhouse, Bankside - London’s most historic theatre - for several years. There she directed Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, the Shakespeare Medley Rendezvous at Midnight in collaboration with MERGE Bankside Festival, and Othello. Following a successful run at the Rose Playhouse in 2016, Othello went on tour and to Theaterlab New York City. Pamela also taught a Shakespeare scene work class at Mountview Academy, and regularly leads workshops on performing Shakespeare for London Shakespeare Excursions.
More information at www.pamelaschermann.com