March 28, 2018

Out of that new generation steps Msemaji Ukweli — played with both edge and feeling by Pascale Armand — a smart, savvy young author whose memoir  has blown the roof off the literary world. - Sara Holdren, Vulture  For full review, click here

Armand pours out brilliant c...

May 11, 2015

 

 

"the female house servants - pricelessly played by Maechi Aharanwa, Pascale Armand and Danielle Davenport - describe life as 19th-century chattel in the manner of 21st-century African-American girlfriends gossiping. The implicit contrast is hilarious, and harrowing."...

May 20, 2014

 

Pascale Armand infuses every scene with an endless supply of comic touches and charm while still giving each of her characters ... sympathy, understanding and care. -Frank Rizzo, The Hartford Courant - May 24, 2014

 

Pascale Armand, Bruch Reed, Chris Thorn and Laura Woo...

May 17, 2012

 


​"As the title character, Ms. Armand persuasi​vely combines innocence and zeal." -Charles Isherwood, New York Times​ - Feb. 6, 2012

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“The Convert,” set in the 1890s in what would later become Zimbabwe, tells the story of a young Africa...

January 19, 2011

 

Armand’s Salima will break your heart, especially in her final scene when she declares, “You will not fight your battles on my body.” -Jean Lowerison, San Diego Gay and Lesbian News - Dec. 2, 2010



Pascale Armand's Salima is heart-wrenching throughout, as the victim o...

November 5, 2009

 

 

 

"Ms. Armand’s Bessie is touching in her simplicity and still blooming spirits; too young to know better, she has simply accepted the terms on which life has to be lived, concentrating on how much pleasure she can scavenge from her experience." - Charles Isherwood, N...

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