Tony Pasqualini

A veteran of forty years in the theatre, Tony has performed in and directed over a hundred plays on many stages around the country. As a
playwright, Tony’s first two plays were produced at the Book-It Repertory Theatre in Seattle. Trains is an adaptation of John Cheever’s The Five-Forty-Eight and Raymond Carver’s The Train; and Winesburg, Ohio is an adaptation of Sherwood Anderson’s piece of the same name.

His play, Estelle’s Son received a grant from th
e Seattle Arts Commission and has been work-shopped at the Freehold Theatre in Seattle, and American Theatre of Actors in NYC.

His original screenplay, The Christmas Ship won first prize in the 2003 Washington State Screenplay Contest.

His play, Loyalties, received readings for Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Winterfest and First Look Series; won the 2008 Ashland New Play Festival; and was subsequently produced in an acclaimed production, which ran for over four months in 2010, at the Pacific Resident Theatre in Los Angeles.

His plays Birdbrain and  An Idyllic Life were work-shopped at the Pacific Resident Theatre. And Birdbrain was  optioned by The Rogue Machine theatre for its 2014 season. His play Bleeding Hearts was workshopped at Playwrights Studio West, and EST, LA’s Winterfest.

His short play In the Dark was one of the winners of the Fusion Theatre’s 2013 ten minute play contest and was produced in June, 2013 at Fusion’s home theatre in Albuquerque; and and was also the grand prize winner in the Lowell Arts ten minute play contest. His play, Already Forgotten, was a winner of Birdhouse Theatre’s Edgefest. His play, Battle of Addison Island, was work-shopped in Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Launchpad Series, and last years Last Frontier Theatre Conference. Tony returned to Last Frontier this past June with his newest play, Foreign Bodies.

Tony is currently a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Playwrights’ Unit.


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