Pam Gems Biography (1925-)

Born August 1, 1925, in Bransgore, England; daughter of Jim and Elsie Mabel (Annetts) Price; married Keith Gems (a model manufacturer), September 3, 1949;children: Jonathan, David, Sara, Atlanta. Addresses: HOME--45 WalhamGrove, London SW6, England. AGENT--c/o ACTAC, Ltd., 16 Cadogan Lane, London SW1, England.

Birth Details
August 1, 1925
Bransgore, England

Famous Works

  • Washerwoman, 1984, Atlantic Releasing, 1984.
  • Writings;STAGE
  • Betty's Wonderful Christmas, Cockpit Theatre, London, 1971.
  • My Warren, After Birthday, and The Amiable Courtship of Miz Venus and Wild Bill, all Almost Free Theatre, London, 1973.
  • Go West, Young Woman, Round House Theatre, London, 1974.
  • Up in Sweden, Haymarket Theatre, Leicester, U.K., 1975.
  • (translator) The Rivers and Forests, (translator) My Name Is Rosa Luxemburg, and The Project, all Soho Poly Theatre, London, 1976.
  • Dead Fish, Edinburgh Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1976, expanded as Dusa, Fish, Stas, and Vi, Hampstead Theatre Club, London, 1976, then Mayfair Theatre, London, 1977, later Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA, and Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, both 1978, published by Dramatists Play Service, 1977, then Samuel French, Inc., 1978.
  • Guinevere, Edinburgh Festival, then Soho Poly Theatre, both 1976.
  • Queen Christina, Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Other Place Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, U.K., 1977.
  • Franz into April, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Theatre, London, 1977.
  • Piaf, RSC, Other Place Theatre, 1978, then Warehouse Theatre, and AldwychTheatre, both London, 1979, later Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1981, published by Amber Lane Press, 1979.
  • Sandra and Ladybird, Ladybird, both King's Head Theatre, London, 1979.
  • (adaptor) Uncle Vanya, Hampstead Theatre Club, 1979, then National Theatre, London, 1982, published as Anton Chekov: Uncle Vanya, A New Version, EyreMethuen, 1979.
  • (adaptor) A Doll's House, Tyne-Wear Theatre, Newcastle, U.K., 1980.
  • The Treat, ICA Theatre, 1982.
  • Aunt Mary: Scenes from Provincial Life, Warehouse Theatre, 1982.
  • (adaptor) Camille, RSC, London, 1985.
  • The Dante Affair, RSC, London, 1986.
  • Writings;TELEVISION
  • A Builder by Trade, Associated Television, 1961.
  • We Never Do What They Want, Thames, 1979.
  • Piaf, Entertainment Channel, 1982.

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