Pascale Florestal is a freelance Director, Dramaturge and Educator based in Boston, MA. Pascale is the Education Director for Front Porch Arts Collective, the only black theater company in Boston. She is also the Massachusetts Municipal Arts Response Coordinator with the Barr Foundation and Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture with the City of Boston. She is an Assistant Professor of Theater at Boston Conservatory where she teaches Devised Theatre.
Pascale Florestal: Miami
TW: Home now?
TW: If you could summarize this story in one sentence - how would you describe it?
PF: The intersection of power and media.
TW: Name one thing we should be doing to foster the next generation of theatregoers?
PF: Producing new and innovative work.
TW: What is one line from the play that really speaks to you?
PF: Can't remember.
TW: What are you listening to or streaming right now?
PF: Listening to a lot of Noname, Chloe & Halle, and Big Sean’s new album. I’ve be watching Ratched, Girlfriends, Sister Sister, The Parker’s!
TW: What do you consider your greatest achievement?
PF: Becoming an Assistant Professor at Boston Conservatory this semester!
TW: What would you be doing if you were not in theatre?
PF: Working as a baker or chef at a cafe.