Mr. Pascoe’s projects in the 2007 / 8 season for Mr. Pascoe, include directing & designing Ariodante for Spoleto Festival Italy, (to be released on DVD in 2008) , directing & designing a new production of Don Giovanni for Washington National Opera with Plácido Domingo conducting, and directing and designing Fidelio for Palm Beach Opera.

In the 2006 / 7 season, Pascoe created new productions of Madama Butterfly for L'Opera de Quebec, Don Pasquale for Palm Beach Opera with Paul Plishka in the title role, Norma for Virginia Opera, Il Barbiere di siviglia for the Green Mountain Festival of Vermont, Vivaldi's Ercole Su'l Termodonte for the Spoleto Festival - Italy (DVD now available on DYNAMIC label) Orphee aux enfers for the Juilliard School of New York, while his Evening Standard, award winning designs for Giulio Cesare were again seen at the Metropolitan Opera House and Renée Fleming wore his costumes in Los Angeles for La Traviata, also to be released on DVD, later this year. He recently designed The Medium for Gian Carlo Menotti in Monte Carlo.

Pascoe's first opera commission was the Evening Standard Award winning Julius Caesar for the English National Opera, (available on DVD). Productions by Pascoe have since been seen at all of the major opera houses in America including San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Washington and Dallas, and the Metropolitan Opera House New York, where most recently he designed new costumes for Renée Fleming's Violetta. Oversees in, The Welsh National Opera, The English National Opera, The Royal Opera House - Covent Garden, Rome, Paris, Cannes, Sydney, Santiago - Chile and also in Toronto, Quebec & Vancouver.

Mr. Pascoe’s credits also include directing and or designing six new productions for legendary soprano Joan Sutherland. These include designing Lucrezia Borgia for the Royal Opera House in London and Teatro del'Opera in Rome (available on DVD). Designing sets for Anna Bolena in Toronto Chicago, San Francisco, Houston & Washington (available on DVD). Directing and designing a second new production of Anna Bolena for the Royal Opera House, as Sutherland’s farewell production to that opera house, as well as directing and designing her final Norma for Michigan Opera Theater.