"Everyone should see this show!" - Sondra Lee

"Extraordinary acting!"

"We were still talking about it days later."

"...the hair on my arm stoood on end."

"A bravura performance, somehow both large and compressed, big-hearted and pained - tense and welcoming." - Jon Sobel,

Jon Sobel's blogCritics review
Frank O'Donnell's Valley Breeze article
Channing Gray's Providence Journal article

Anne Pasquale

Why does Anne do what she does? Read her article on Advocating Creatively.

Anne Pasquale (Playwright/Performer/Bob’s sister), a native of Rhode Island, trained at L.A.M.D.A. and the New York School of the Arts. She is a Key member of Polaris North and a founding member of Accidental Repertory Theater (ART). Her most recent New York appearances include: Christina in the Gallery Players’ premiere of TJ Edwards’ The Altruist, Tanya in UP Theatre’s premiere of All the Best Ingredients by James Bosley, and for ART: Martha in Virginia Wolf, Serafina Della Rosa in The Rose Tattoo in Ms. Pasquale’s original compilation Tennessee Williams, the Writer and His World, Emma Goldman, Kristina Linde in Variations on a Dolls House, and the role of Judith Keith (the Jewish wife) in Brecht on Brecht. Ms. Pasquale also creates and tours her repertoire of Living History Programs for audiences of all ages in venues along the East Coast and is the proud recipient of the Young Audiences New York Roster Artist of the Year Award for 2009.


Robert (Anne’s Brother/Behavioral Skills Technique Master) resides in a group home in his native Rhode Island. He works as a skilled paper shredder at a local school system and enjoys walking and chocolate chip pancakes at IHOP. You can write to him at:

When mental illness comes home, the whole family has special needs.

Anne Pasquale

Bob and Anne