Pam Patel

Pam Patel

As an actor and artistic associate of the MT Space, Pam Patel has toured nationally to cities including Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Victoria, and has travelled overseas to perform in Jordan, Syria and Lebanon.

Her credits with the company include ParadiseThe Last 15 Seconds, Body 13, and several Theatre for Social Change pieces.

A graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University's music program, Pam has acquired a special focus in improvisation, both music and physical theatre. While attending the Vancouver Creative Music Institute, Pam collaborated with pioneers of improvised music, such as Evan Parker and Barry Guy, and showcased her talents at the Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

Pam has also been a part of the Stratford Summer Music Festival, performing a range of pieces such as the Bach Coffee Cantata, alongside Daniel Lichti, and Myaudia: A Street Opera, composed by Peter Hatch.

Pam had the opportunity to play the lead role in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre and had the opportunity to direct the same play with Kitchener-Waterloo Youth Theatre.

Pam is currently Artistic Director of MT Space (July 2016 - present). She was Associate Artistic Director (2015-2016) and has been an Artistic Associate at MT Space since 2009.