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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 of both rape and rejection by her husband. -Cuauhtemoc Kish, Gay San Diego - Dec. 3, 2010
"Sophie's friend Salima, loosely based on an authentic victim, whom Pascale Armand portrays with extraordinary sensitivity, is chilling..." -Sheila Barth, The Theater Mirror -2010
"[Armand]'s Salima is another study in excellence. Hers is a quiet buildup to unpleasant actions that follow." -Carol Davis, Examiner.com - Nov. 30, 2010
"Pascale Armand, as Salima, recalling the "clear and open sky" under which her hellish ordeal dawned, is the beneficiary of Nottage's most lyrical writing, and she makes it sing a ferocious and pitiable song." -Carolyn Clay, The Phoenix - Jan. 18, 2011