Isabel Pask

Isabel Pask

BFA in Acting and a minor in Creative Writing, Carnegie Mellon University Certificate in Classical Acting, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. 

Isabel Pask is a Brooklyn-based, Texan-born writer, actor, and producer. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon with a BFA in Acting and a minor in Creative Writing, receiving University and College Honors and making the Dean’s List all eight semesters.

Her work has been recognized by numerous international film festivals and publications, including Big Apple Film Festival, Madrid International Film Festival, Venice Shorts, Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival, Women’s Voices Now Film Festival, Ms. Magazine, and the San Francisco Chronicle. Isabel is a member of the theatrical collectives The Bellwether Project and Notch Theatre Company, and is a contributing artist for CNT Productions. She is the Producing Associate for the latiné theatre initiative The Sol Project.

Regional/NY Theatre: McCarter Theatre Center, Ars Nova, Chautauqua Theatre Company, Santa Cruz Shakespeare, Dorset Theatre Festival, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ. Film/TV: Revelations of Divine Love, Life and Beth (Hulu), Succession (HBO). Isabel recently wrote, produced and starred in the short film GET LOST (dir. Victoria Pedretti), currently in post-production.

Having earned admission to multiple Ivy League schools while being deeply involved in the arts during high school, Isabel is passionate about sharing her love for both academia and creativity and where they intersect.