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Pamela M. Golinski

Pamela M. Golinski, a founding member of Feldman, Golinski, Reedy + Ben-Zvi PLLC, has concentrated her practice in entertainment law since her graduation from law school.  She practices in all areas of entertainment, including theater, film, television, music, multimedia, art, and book publishing.

Ms. Golinski represents the Estate of music legend Prince on theater matters and is production counsel for Anastasia, currently in a successful run on Broadway; Desperate Measures, a musical comedy revamp of “Measure for Measure” set in the Old West and currently playing Off Broadway, and Be More Chill, with score by Joe Iconis, which is currently playing a sold-out limited run Off Broadway and is likely to be transferred to an open-ended run.  She is also production counsel for The Secret Garden (coming soon to Broadway) and Intermission! The Musical, with book and direction by Jerry Zucker; and she represents A Letter to Harvey Milk, which played Off Broadway in 2018; Jurassic World: The Exhibition (a traveling phenomenon featuring animatronic dinosaurs), and The Illusionists, which has come to Broadway for a limited run in three of the last four years and is returning to Broadway in 2018.   She also is production counsel for King of Comedy, representing movie studio New Regency Productions, and has acted as co-counsel for The Sting in development.  Other shows in development that Ms. Golinski represents include “& Juliet“, an original musical featuring the songs of international hit-maker Max Martin; three new musicals based upon the films Hugo, Empire, and Fido, respectively; and a new musical about music legend Joan Jett,  as well as Romy & Michele’s High School ReunionStoker, and Peggy Sue Got Married (revival).  For some of these shows, production is imminent.

Ms. Golinski has the honor to represent the youngest producer on Broadway, who started his commercial producing career while he was still in high school and who co-produced Gotta Dance on Broadway.   Her client Judy Dolan is the costume designer for the critically acclaimed New York City Opera revival of Candide and regularly designs shows for regional theaters around the country, while also heading  the University of California San Diego’s Directing Department.  Ms. Golinski is legal counsel for T.J. English, author of “The Savage City”, a non-fiction book which will be the basis for an upcoming television limited series, and she represented “The Howard Smith Tapes Project” an audio-recording collection of interviews of rock stars and cultural icons conducted by Village Voice columnist and radio personality Howard Smith between 1969-1972.

In the non-profit world, her clients include Brooklyn Academy of Music, Irish Arts Center and The Chocolate Factory  in New York City; North Carolina Theater in Raleigh, NC, and in California, Pasadena Playhouse, Ensemble Theatre Company and Rubicon Theater Company, regional theaters located, respectively in Pasadena, Ventura and Santa Barbara.

In recent seasons past, she was represented on Broadway by the musical A Christmas Story, the Musical (which garnered multiple Tony Award nominations) as well as the Off Broadway show Dinner with the Boys, the folk music show Lonesome Traveler, the drama Wiesenthal, and the Broadway and West End musical Sister Act, as well as an original new rock opera entitled Psyche, which premiered on the West Coast.

Other theatrical productions for which Ms. Golinski has done legal work include Spider-man: Turn Off The Dark (Broadway), Ghost The Musical (Broadway), Dangerous Beauty, and 101 Dalmations.   Shehas represented production company Stage Entertainment on various stage projects, as well as its Dutch subsidiary Holiday on Ice for U.S.-related matters.  She routinely advises investors concerning financing for theatrical productions, including, of late, Pretty Woman, Working Girl and Secret Life of Bees.

Ms. Golinski began her Entertainment Law career in the Entertainment Department of Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison in New York City.  A veteran practitioner now, she consistently receives Martindale-Hubbell’s top rating for lawyers, the “AV Preeminent Rating”, and has been included in various listings of New York City’s top attorneys.


Commercial Theatre Institute, New York, Lecturer, Theater Law and Producing
Lecturer, Theater Law and Producing 

Feldman, Golinski, Reedy + Ben-Zvi, PLLC, New York,
Founding Member, 2013 – present

Beigelman, Feiner & Feldman, P.C., New York,
(through Pamela M. Golinski P.C.), 2008 – 2012

Kaufmann, Feiner, Yamin, Gildin & Robbins, LLP, New York,
Partner, 1996 – 2009; Associate 1992-1996

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, New York,
Associate, 1989-1991 and Summer Associate, 1988

New York, 1989
California, 1991 (Inactive)

Vassar College, B.A.
New York Law School, J.D., Magna Cum Laude, John Ben Snow Scholar; Member, New York Law School Law Review; winner of numerous academic awards

Ms. Golinski served for two and an half years as Co-Chair of the League of Professional Theatre Women’s International Committee.   Other professional associations with which she has been affiliated include New York Women in Film and Television and the Bar Association of the City of New York, where she served on the Entertainment Law Committee and was a founding member of the Talent Outreach Project and the City Bar Chorus.  Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Golinski was a newspaper journalist, for which she won several writing awards.