Anne Pasquale is presently a member of The Actor's Studio. She trained at L.A.M.D.A. and the New York School of the Arts. She has appeared on TV in: As The World Turns and Search for Tomorrow. In Great Britain she performed a range of roles from Viola in Twelfth Night to Sarah Goddard, a turn of the century Rhode Island feminist. Some of her New York stage credits include; The New Dramatist's Three Sisters, Lincoln Center's A View from the Bridge, Theater of the Open Eye's Birdbath, The 78th Street Theater Lab's Ruffian on the Stair and Paradise Lost at The Actors Studio. In addition Ms. Pasquale creates and tours her repertoire of Living History Programs for audiences of all ages in venues along the East Coast. Recent appearances include: Nellie at The NHHC Chautauqua, Liberty Belles at The Yale University Museum and Deborah Sampson at The John Jay Homestead.
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