Last seen in New York City in her solo show, THE INS AND OUTS OF FINGERS, SPOONS AND AN OPEN MARRIAGE, directed by Austin Pendleton - on hold for Pittsburg, London and Dublin, Pascale has worked on both coasts as well as France, England and Canada. From Shakespeare to Shepard, she makes her characters “fully human as they retain rather than reveal their basic human mysteries." (Ron Foley MacDonald @The Chronicle Herald)
Battled scarred, yet fiercely determined, Pascale still refuses to compromise. Also a theatre director, poet, playwright, fiction and screenplay writer, her work is inspired by the Chorus' words in Jean Anouilh's ANTIGONE, “The whole world has fallen on you and all you can do about it is shout…[but not because you are trying to make a point, but because]... you learn a lot from it..." and if you do it well, she adds, others may learn to shout too.
Mother and artist, Pascale adores children, from babies to teens, diving in swirling ocean waves, running on crisp hard snow, reading a brilliant and confronting novel and exchanging stories with friends, from which, really, when you think about it, everything...just everything arises.