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Pamela Clifton

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Pamela Clifton was last seen at the Cherry Creek Theater playing Silda in Other Desert Cities. She has been teaching, acting and directing professionally for over 30 years and has graced just about every stage in the Denver area. She originated the role of the hilariously sluttish Holly Pharme in Murder Most Fowl and has played Kate in Sylvia at The Avenue Theatre and Lucy in the Arvada Center’s The Women. Favorite roles throughout the years have been Frankie in Frankie and Johnny in the Claire Delune, all fifteen characters in The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, Shirley in Shirley Valentine, the self-absorbed Suzanne in Dearly Departed, and Luba, the Queen of Sluttish Heartbreak, in Lady and the Clarinet for which she received a Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Actress.