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The Good Woman of Setzuan
If Brecht's The Good Woman of Setzuan drags some, the actors in the Vortex Summer Youth Theatre production don't, and that keeps the evening engaging
Arts Review  July 30, 2004, by Robi Polgar
"...It's a hodgepodge of a play, full of contradiction and ambiguity, not one of the playwright's tightest stories or political statements, and its inherent shortcomings make it drag as each act lumbers along. But there is much energy and commitment among the cast, echoed in the intriguing incidental music and the colorful costumes by Pam Fletcher Friday..."

Surprise Annie
This show is two glorious, uncut hours of Annie La Ganga manifesting theatre
Arts Review  October 28, 2011, by Jillian Owens
"...And the performance between was in a boudoir. More precisely, it was in local costume designer Pam Fletcher Friday's sumptuous, crimson-draped Turkish tent of a boudoir at her eclectic kimono-and-African-mask-filled West Lake Hills home..."

The Vortex's Performance Park
Whatever you want to call this play/scavenger hunt/immersive live roleplay, it’s a one-of-a-kind, wonderful theatrical experience
Arts Review  May 3, 2018, by Shanon Weaver
"...Conceived and directed by Vortex Producing Artistic Director Bonnie Cullum and written by Cullum, Sarah Saltwick, Lorella Loftus, Teresa Cruz, and the ensemble, Performance Park itself is an exceptionally lofty undertaking. Scenic design by Ann Marie Gordon and Griffon Ramsey transforms the entire property, with lighting by Patrick Anthony, sound and video engineering by David DeMaris, choreography by Toni Bravo, costumes by Pam Fletcher Friday, and original music by Chad Salvata, Tyler Mabry, DeMaris, and Sergio R..."

Performance Park Takes Over the Vortex
Bonnie Cullum’s dream wakes the Tarot into life in her company’s immersive theatrical experience
Arts Story  March 22, 2018, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Much of the production team consists of longtime members of the Vortex family. Ann Marie Gordon and Griffon Ramsey are designing the sets; Patrick Anthony is doing the lighting; Pam Fletcher Friday is designing the costumes..."

Elizabeth: Heart of a King
Lorella Loftus' ambitious new bio-play boasts strong performances by the three women portraying the Virgin Queen
Arts Review  January 18, 2013, by Jillian Owens
"...For an Elizabethan period drama, the design is remarkably stark; you won't find lace ruffs or gold leaf facades here. Ann Marie Gordon's simple set and Pam Fletcher Friday's monochromatic costumes create a blank slate for the vignettes..."

Top 10 Designer Contributions of 2012
Celebrating the year's most exquisite – and often surprising – stage designs
Arts Story  January 4, 2013, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...9) PAM FLETCHER FRIDAY'S COSTUME FOR 'THE ALIEN BABY PLAY' (Tutto Theatre Company) By the end, the alien baby in utero glowed with colorful lights...."

The Schooling of Bento Bonchev
When you thought the love story well had run dry, up springs this irresistible new one
Arts Review  March 16, 2012, by Jillian Owens
"...The show is visually stunning, too. Pam Fletcher Friday's Seventies-inspired costumes fill Ia Ensterä's modern, stark white set with vivid color, and Steven Shirey's rich lighting makes the play's many settings almost tangible...."

Ghost From a Perfect Place
Blending eerie reminiscence and the trappings of outright hostility, Vortex Repertory Company production of Ghost From a Perfect Place feels as if it ought to be more provocative than it is
Arts Review  May 14, 2004, by Robi Polgar
"...The same goes for her two Cheerleader compatriots, Miss Sulpher and Miss Kerosine, played by Tyrrell Woolbert and Jane Adolph. The three look good (kudos to Pam Fletcher Friday's costume design), but they don't scare, and neither do they make you care about them..."

Playwright Liz Lochhead brings Euripides' tale of Medea and her hideous yet compelling vengeance into the present day, but delivers a surprisingly staid and familiar rendition of the tragedy, and while the this Vortex Repertory Company production offers some striking dramatic tableaux, it suffers from pacing problems, a lack of dramatic tension, and little effective storytelling.
Arts Review  November 29, 2002, by Robi Polgar
"...It is brilliant for creating mood, though stroboscopic effects force meaning on several moments that, quite frankly, should carry that meaning on their own. Pam Fletcher Friday's contemporary costumes, with the exception of the Nurse's odd black attire, are slick and sexy on the Medea/Chorus and weirdly familiar on everyone else..."

2007-2008 B. Iden Payne Award Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Pam Fletcher-Friday (Wiley and the Hairy Man)..."

2008 Payne Awards Nominations
The full list of honorees for the Austin Circle of Theatres' annual theatre honors
Arts Story  October 3, 2008
"...Pam Fletcher-Friday (Wiley and the Hairy Man)..."

2009 B. Iden Payne Awards
The crowd came to honor local theatre but left impressed by Austin's strong comedy scene
Arts Story  October 23, 2009, by Robert Faires
"...The performances of Kathleen Fletcher as Mrs. Lovett and Aaron Moten as Judge Turpin were honored, as were the costumes by Pam Fletcher-Friday and both the direction and music direction by Michael McKelvey..."

Performance Park Preview at the Vortex
PHOTO GALLERY  March 22, 2018
"...Performance Park costume designer Pam Fletcher Friday..."

Art Par Excellence
The nominees for the 2014-15 Austin Critics Table Awards
DAILY Arts  May 20, 2015
"...Pam Fletcher Friday, Stone Soup..."

2012-13 Austin Critics Table Awards
June 3, 2013. 21 photos.
PHOTO GALLERY  June 4, 2013
"...Costume designer Pam Fletcher Friday, in accepting her Special Citation for the epic costume changes in "Seven Wonders of the World (Plus One)," admits that she has three of the costumes in her car as she's speaking...."

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