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Bridie Pamment

A multidisciplinary creative, Bridie Pamment (she/her) is classically trained but unconventionally inspired. Her most recent venture was as a pianist for the Melbourne premiere of play Burn This by Lanford Wilson at fortyfivedownstairs, where she composed and performed music inspired by Bruce Springsteen.


Bridie is currently composing for the vocals on Stockholm-based recording artist Johan Mård’s new EP. In 2017 she was nominated for ‘Most Outstanding New Work’ UHT Awards for the Direction, Composition and Book of her mini-musical Ruby. In 2019 she was the Music Director for All I Want for Christmas is Revue at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and Music Advisor for RMIT’s Stupid Fucking Bird, directed by Julia Grace.


Not only a talented pianist, Bridie is an actor who can be found performing occasionally ordinary but oftentimes eccentric characters. Her most recent castings include ‘Marianne’ in Artefact Theatre’s Constellations, ‘Hope’ in Bottled Snail’s Urinetown, and acceptance into Impromptunes: A Completely Improvised Musical as a troupe member. She originated the role of ‘Tessa’ in Lucy O’Brien’s A Sharp Intake of Breath at the Melbourne Fringe Festival, played ‘Julie Bishop’ in All I Want for Christmas is Review at the MICF, and danced her way through Can’t Be Tamed at Midsumma. Her performance of ‘Heather Chandler’ in Heathers: The Musical won her the “Most Outstanding Supporting Actress” award at the UHT Awards.


Bridie is a graduate of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music (Diploma of Classical Voice), the University of Melbourne (Bachelor of Arts, double majoring in Theatre Studies and Ancient World Studies), has completed AMEB Pianoforte Practical examinations, and has trained briefly at VCA and NIDA.


Bridie is incredibly grateful to dive into working with a team so dedicated to giving a voice to everyone in our community. She's disillusioned by what's available to Australians in Music Theatre and is so excited to help Eleven O'Clock Theatre infiltrate the genre, destroy it from within, and then build something beautiful with its ashes.

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