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Pascale Armand


Ms. Armand is proud to be an award-winning actor. Within her body of work, she has had the pleasure of appearing on Broadway in the history-making production of Eclipsed by Danai Gurira (2016 Tony-nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play) and The Trip to Bountiful with the late Ms. Cicely Tyson, embodying Shakespearean characters ('Mme Ekua Page' in The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park production of Merry Wives, 'Rosaline' in Love's Labor's Lost, 'Marina' in Pericles, 'Ophelia' in Hamlet, 'Celia' in As You Like It), performing in solid works of African-American playwrights ('Beneatha' in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun, 'Grace' in The Piano Lesson, 'Rena' in Jitney,​ 'Black Mary' in Gem of the Ocean by August Wilson and 'Salima' in Lynn Nottage's Ruined) and originating characters in  premieres of contemporary pieces ('Jupiter' in Kia Corthron's Breath, Boom in the first American production, 'Jekesai/Ester' in Danai Gurira's The Convert {2012 Los Angeles Ovation Award for Best Leading Actress in a Play} and 'Amina' in Belleville by Amy Herzog). Other works include Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' An Octoroon and JC Lee's Relevance. Her film and television credits include East New York,The Marvelous Mrs. MaiselChicago MedProdigal SonThe Blacklist, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She is a core member of Quick Silver Theater and an alumna of NYU's Graduate Acting Program. As of 2018, she has expanded her artistry to writing. During the pandemic, her passion project, developing her one-woman show, $#!thole Country Clapback, resulted in a virtual reading available on YouTube per request.

(c) Pascale Armand 2013

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