Pascale Smith is a New York based actress, playwright, aerialist, and musician. She made her film debut at age nine in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village and has since appeared frequently on stage and screen. A 2016 graduate of Fordham University’s Theater Program, she studied acting and playwriting under Kenny Leon, Jeffrey Horowitz, Jackie Sibblies Drury, Tina Benko, Seth Bauer, Daniel Alexander Jones, Lucas Hnath, and others.

Her plays have been produced in New York and Philadelphia, with Philadelphia Young Playwrights, FRESH PRODUCE’d, PLANS Playfest, the Fordham University Theater Program, and more.

Her one-woman play BURN is a multidisciplinary solo show with aerial acrobatics, poetry, and science that explores our relationship to narrative, isolation, history, and how we authentically process trauma.

She also writes and performs sketch comedy for Pablo Panda Productions, a new independent sketch comedy group.

Pascale is a founding member of Tangle Movement Arts, a Philadelphia-Based aerial dance company, where she performs, choreographs, and directs aerial dance and theater.