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Pass Over - Moses and Kitch under the street lamp
Pass Over - Moses and Kitch under the street lamp

Photo by Nile Scott Studios

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Pass Over - Master, Moses, and Kitch at a picnic
Pass Over - Master, Moses, and Kitch at a picnic

Photo by Nile Scott Studios

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Pass Over - Moses and Kitch on their knees
Pass Over - Moses and Kitch on their knees

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Pass Over - Moses and Kitch under the street lamp
Pass Over - Moses and Kitch under the street lamp

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Pass Over

Front Porch Arts Collective &
SpeakEasy Stage Co.

Dramaturge

Moses and Kitch chat their way through yet another aimless day on their local street corner in this groundbreaking mash-up of Waiting for Godot and the Exodus saga. Crafting everyday profanity into poetic and humorous riffs, the friends share their dreams of deliverance, until an ominous stranger changes their world forever. Potent, daring, and breathtakingly theatrical, PASS OVER unflinchingly exposes the reality of young black men just looking for a way out.

 

Pascale Florestal works as a dramaturg for new plays and musicals in development along with production dramaturgy. She is a lover of new work and uses her dramaturgical and directorial eye to produce community engagement events, panels, and partnerships with productions and other theatrical experiences.

 

in addition to the work below, Pascale was the 2018-2019 Boston Project Coordinator with Speakeasy Stage, focused on guiding playwrights through the development and workshopping process. She also recently worked with Playwrights Realm on their Script Share Program.

 

Pascale is available for script consultation, dramaturgical support for new play workshops or productions.

Resurrection of Michelle Morgan

Geva Theater — Radio Play

Dramaturge

In 2017, playwright Christina Anderson imagined herself in a not-too-distant American future, working 10 gigs just to (barely) get by. When a harrowing experience leaves her disillusioned with an art form she once loved, she turns to her partner, Alex, and the larger community for refuge. But a surprise commission for a new play reminds her of what she’s lost, and what she must do to heal age-old wounds and reclaim her voice.

Preserving and Salvaging Black Female Voices
Preserving and Salvaging Black Female Voices

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Preserving and Salvaging Black Female Voices
Preserving and Salvaging Black Female Voices

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Breath & Imagination
Breath & Imagination

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Breath & Imagination
Breath & Imagination

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Breath & Imagination

Front Porch Arts Collective &
Lyric Stage

Dramaturge

Before there was Marian Anderson, there was Roland Hayes – one of the first world-renowned African-American classical vocalists. BREATH & IMAGINATION is a play with music that chronicles the amazing journey of this pioneer from the plantation in Georgia to singing before kings and queens in Europe.