Carlène Pochette, originally from the French Saint Martin island in the West Indies, is thrilled to return to the Clarence Brown Theatre. She is excited to play her new role as the ghost of Christmas Past. Carlène was recently seen in The Crucible (’16) as “Tituba”, South Pacific (’16), A Lesson Before Dying (’16) as “Vivienne Baptiste,” and A Christmas Carol (’15) as “Mrs. Dilber” at the Clarence Brown Theatre. She is a second year MFA Acting candidate at UT. Prior to that, Carlène has performed in many independent film and theatre productions in Philadelphia, including Ruined, Under the Cherry Tree, The Piano Lesson, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, and By the Way, Meet Vera Stark. Carlène graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Social Science. She has had a few producing credits that include music video projects, and a documentary about rebuilding Haiti and its educational system.