Lola Pashalinski

Lola Pashalinski is a founding member of The Ridiculous Theatrical Company with Charles Ludlam. She received two Obie Awards for her work with the company in Corn and Der Ring Gott Farblonjet.

Since leaving the company in 1980, Lola has worked with the foremost directors including Lee Breuer in The Tempest at The New York Shakespeare Festival (NYSF) and the gender reversed Lear; Richard Foreman in Egyptology and Film is Evil, Radio Is Good; JoAnne Akalaitis in The Photographer at BAM's Next Wave Festival and The Screens at The Guthrie; Anne Bogart in The Women at Hartford Stage; David Gordon in The Mysteries And What's So Funny, The Firebugs and Punch and Judy Get Divorced; Neil Bartlett in Twelfth Night at The Goodman; and most recently Brian Kulick in A Dybbuk, adapted by Tony Kushner, at NYSF.
She has performed in theaters throughout the country including New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW), Playwrights Horizons, The Joyce, Lincoln Center, The Vineyard, Yale Repertory, The Wilma, and The Pittsburgh Public Theatre. Lola has appeared in films and television including Mary Harron's I Shot Andy Warhol and Peter Sellar's The Cabinet of Dr. Ramirez, among many others.
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