Folks Are Saying...
“Pamela Clay is the rebirth of Edith Piaf…she is fabulous with a voice that will have you mesmerized…She is Piaf if you close your eyes…She has that fabulous, gutsy street sound with the emotions that made Piaf an icon not to be rivaled…Pamela has everything that makes you stand and cheer….She has the voice of a lion and the emotions of a wounded sparrow…Believe me, she will bring a smile to your face and tears to your eyes!”
- Blackwell’s People - Tolucan Times - Mr. RICHARD BLACKWELL
“Pamela Clay can hold her own with any actor on any stage anywhere, and may very possibly be in that rare one percent of true character actors.
- SANFORD MEISNER
“In the most full-fledged performance of the evening, Pamela Clay plays Lady Macbett as a saucy siren on the downhill slope to lunacy and despair.”
- Kathleen Foley, LOS ANGELES TIMES
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“As rock n’ roll singer Mary Jo…terrific, tough, eloquent, unsentimental and funny.”
- Neal Weaver “Pick of Week” LA Weekly
“…Pizzazz and originality, and incidentally has a body not to be sneezed at!”
- David Richards, Washington Post
“As Dixie Avalon, Clay comes across as a sassy designing woman a la Delta Burke, bringing warmth and humor to her pivotal role.”
- Les Spindle, Backstage West
“As the sexpot diva with an attitude, Pamela Clay is witchy perfection, mastering this overpowering character to a tee!”
- Pat Taylor, Tolucan Times
“….Sings beautifully and makes a memorable impression.”
- T.H. McCullough, Backstage West
“You remind me of Edith Piaf, but not because you imitate her. You sing from the heart, and make her songs yours’.”
- Ms. Shelley Winters