Air hostess Pam Ann has owned the skies and violated international airspace for twenty years. On July 8th, for one-night-only, the first-class queen of comedy returns to NYC in her brand new show, Touch Trolley, Run To Galley. She will land her Louboutins at Gramercy Theatre, her first time ever performing the historic concert hall.
“I’m thrilled to be back in NYC!” says Pam Ann. “So much has gone down since my last time there. Asians are being dragged off planes, babies are being booted from their seats. Everyone wants to know what their rights are in the air. I’m coming to tell them they have no rights! This is Trump’s America so buckle the hell down, shut the bleep up and get ready for turbulence, bitches.”
Pam Ann, the alter-ego of Australian comedian-writer-producer Caroline Reid, has evolved incredibly since first arriving to the states from Melbourne twenty years ago. She has developed worldwide cult-status with her masterful portrayal of a brash hot mess of a flight stewardess. “As the airports have gotten bigger, so has my ego,” she says.
And as they’ve gotten filthier, so has her mouth!
Nothing is out of reach of her pristine white gloves, strutting up the aisle with a trolley full of beautifully unpredictable, acerbic airline satire. It’s how she has amassed quite a following including Madonna, Cher (who Pam Ann opened for in London) and Elton John, who hired Pam Ann to crew his own personal jet.
Pam Ann performs around the world and has taken her act prestigious venues including London Palladium, New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom, San Francisco’s Castro Theatre. She even sold out three shows at London’s 3600 seat Hammersmith Apollo.
Pam Ann’s concert DVDs, Come Fly With Me and Pam Ann Nonstop: Live from New York City, are available on Amazon.com.
Pam Ann’s Touch Trolley, Run To Galley 20th Anniversary show takes place Saturday, July 8th @ 7pm at Gramercy Theatre, 127 East 23rd St, NYC. Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster. First class seating includes a seat in the first three rows and a meet and greet with Pam Ann. General admission economy seating is also available.For more information, visit Pamann.com.