Pamala Mijatov is a director, designer, performer and arts administrator.
During her tenure as Artistic Director of Annex Theatre (2010-16), Annex developed and produced over 45 world-premiere plays, many of which were nominated for local and national awards, including four recipients of the TPS Gregory Award for Best New Play (Undo, Black Like Us, Is She Dead Yet?, Do It For Umma) and multiple nominees (Kittens In A Cage, Blood Countess, Team of Heroes: No More Heroes, When I Come To My Senses...), and multiple nominees for the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Awards (Duel of the Linguist Mages, Undo, Black Like Us, Is She Dead Yet?). Annex Theatre received the 2013 TPS Gregory Award for Theatre of the Year and the 2016 Mayor's Arts Award - Legacy.
Pamala is one of the co-Founders of the revived Seattle Fringe Festival, which she ran 2012-16. Pamala has performed as an actor in the Seattle Fringe Festival with EXITheatre, as well as the Edmonton Fringe Festival and the Adelaide Fringe with theater simple.
As a director, she has developed new work with local playwrights including Courtney Meaker (Chaos Theory), Kelleen Conway Blanchard (The Underneath, Joan), Keiko Green (Bunnies), and Brendan Healy (Emerald & the Love Song of Dead Fishermen).
A proud recipient of the 14/48 Projects Mazen Award, she is one of only two local artists to have completed all five disciplines in 14/48: The World's Quickest Theater Festival (directing, acting, writing, design, and band).
Pamala is a member of the Capitol Hill Arts District Steering Commitee.
Professions/skills: Dramaturg;Director;Dialect Coach;Artistic Director;Administrator