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LA Theater Review of Pam Noles’ !Death 40-Feet Tall! Still time to see it!

Pam Noles’ show:  a great review from LA Theatre Review.  Link to the entire  site at the end of this excerpt.

! Death 40-Feet Tall ! at ComedySportz LA

by Freddy Puza~

Theater has the power to translate and transform the anguish of the human soul. In ! Death 40-Feet Tall!, former Cop Reporter Pam Noles does just that. Putting her reporter/story-telling skills to use, Noles describes her journey on becoming an extra in Michael Bay’s first Transformers movie. Along the way, she throws in some wacky stories from her reporter days including an alligator hunt and details of a friendship with a fellow geek (Noles is a self-proclaimed geek), James. All the while, and most importantly, she reveals her definition of Prime and what it means to honor a true friend.

Her presence is somewhat meek and shy, but don’t let that fool you. Noles is a dynamic storyteller that grabs and keeps your attention. Her love and fascination for the cartoon Transformers is a perfect metaphor for her life. She has constantly had to transform herself to adapt to different situations: being the first female African-American reporter in an overwhelmingly white community, being a geek who usually tend to be white males, and wanting to be an actor without really being an actor.

! Death 40-Feet Tall !is a wonderful collection of memories and adventures and a touching tribute to Noles’ friend who once told her being a Prime means telling your story (venting) and seeing what comes of it. Noles successfully vents her story and in turn inspires the audience to find their own Prime.

! Death 40-Feet Tall ! runs June 18, 20, & 22 at 9 p.m., June 19 & 26 at 1 p.m., and June 25 at 3 p.m. It is also playing June 18 & 23 at 8 p.m. at the Fringe Cabaret Stage.


It’s clear that if you live within fifty miles of LA, you must see this.  Make plans!


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