As a director Pascale has Assistant Directed M. Bevin O'Gara, Paul Daigneault, Billy Porter and Liesl Tommy. Her recent directing credits include: Kentucky by Leah Nanako Winkler (Pine Manor College), Ole White Sugah Daddy by Obehi Janice (Workshop with SpeakEasy Stage Company), An Education in Prudence by Stefan Lanfer (World Premiere with Open Theater Project), DIASPORA! by Phaedra Michelle Scott (Workshop with SpeakEasy Stage Company) and Shrek the Musical (Greater Boston Stage Company). Pascale was previously apart of the SDCF Observership Class of 2017-2018. Currently Pascale works as the Venue Associate at the Boston Center for the Arts and the Eduction Director with The Front Porch Arts Collective. She was the Boston Project Coordinator with SpeakEasy Stage Company in from 2018-2019. She is unapologetically black and reps her Haitian Pride and city of Miami (305 TILL I DIE) as much as she can. As an artist she hopes to create more opportunities for other queer artist of color. She resides in Malden with her wife and dog.
Pascale Florestal is a Director, Educator and Administrator based in Boston. Born and raised in Miami, Florida Pascale was introduced to theater accidentally in high school when she stumbled into the drama room looking to get community service hours for graduation. Since then she has been hooked on theatrical experiences that shed light on narratives we rarely see on stage. She graduated from Ithaca College with her Bachelors of Arts in Theater Studies. During her time in college she studied Theater in London through the IC London Program and spent a semester at the National Theater Institute at The Eugene O'Neill Theater. Since graduating Pascale has worked as a teaching artist and administrator with several theater companies in the Boston area.