Nash’s background is comedy, theatre, film, and voiceover. Improv continues to be a part of her acting world. She continues as time permits to contribute at Dad’s Garage in Atlantic City. She loves being able to read the audience and respond to the actors on the stage. Moving to a studio setting where she is alone was a change.
Nash said, “it has taken me some time to adjust to the setting after being in theatre. I am now able to accurately predict how my co-actors will sound and act in each script. My improv training really helped with the adjustment.”
She discusses how much fun and lucky she is to play Pam. Her character is able to say some of the most, “dirty, terrible, horrible things. The writers create such smart content. I love how smart it is. I have to look up references with every script. I am able to learn about the world.”
The fans love Pam and Nash loves her fans. She discussed how important each one is to the show. She said, “some fans even have Pam tattoos.”
She looked fabulous in Adrianna Papell gown, a designer we both enjoy because of her feminine touch and attention to the woman form.
See all the photos from the two-day event here: