Pascale Roger-McKeever is an actor, writer, director, who first performed her own material in New York City in the 90s. And who received her first review in The New York Times for her role as The Sphinx in Jean Cocteau's The Infernal Machine in the 90s as well.
Since that time, Canadian Theatre critics have hailed her as an actor whose performances "can only be described as electrifying… a must see for all serious theatregoers…” (Rosannah in Brilliant Traces), "is deeply in touch with her emotions for [Tennessee William’s] fraught women… acts totally intricately within the moment…” (3 women in Dragon Country) "This actor gives May a flinty strength even as she is distressed and angry… It is as if a motor is running inside May’s body… Roger-McKeever’s thin yet totally energized body is a fascinating element to watch...Roger-McKeever etches out all her dimensions." (Fool For Love). Her latest theatre credit is her solo show, The Ins and Outs of Fingers, Spoons and an Open Marriage, directed by Austin Pendleton, and presented to a sold-out audience at the 2019 United Solo Festival.
Film credits include: Dark Phoenix , Quitters, The Last Smile, Without a Trace, Long Time Since. A lifetime member of The Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre’s Professional Playwright Unit, her play, Family In Church, received a Nova Scotia Arts Grant Award and was produced in Nova Scotia in 2011. Her screenplay, The Way I am, was optioned in 2006 by co-producer of Secrets and Lies, Mark Westaway. She is the recipient of The Academy of American Poet Awards. Directing credits include An Evening with Molière, The Four Lives of Marie, 7 Days in the Life of Simon Labrosse.
Pascale is happy to travel for work - her legit reps are on both coasts as well as in Montreal. Pascale loves to swim in the ocean, run up and down hills, read great literature, and visit with friends.