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Showcase with Barbara Kellar #311: Spotlight on Pamela Myers

On this episode of SHOWCASE WITH BARBARA KELLAR, Tony-nominated actress and singer Pamela Myers discusses her career on Broadway and in Hollywood.

In April 1970, Pamela Myers made her Broadway debut as “Marta” in Stephen Sondheim's musical “Company,” directed by Harold Prince. She was nominated at the 1971 Tony awards for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance of “Another Hundred People.” “Company” garnered a (then) record-breaking 14 Tony nominations and the show earned six Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

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