Alice EvansActor

Alice has hit the lights in ten Broadway shows including Man Of La Mancha, Tovarich, How To Succeed In Business, Sweet Charity (yes, an original ‘Big Spender’ girl!) and The Rothschilds. Alice co-starred with Howard Keel in I Do, I Do, and played leading roles in Man Of La Mancha, Hello Dolly, Three Penny Opera, Marat Sade, Gypsy, and Jacques Brel for which she received the Buffalo Courier Express Award for Best Performance of the Year. Alice was nominated by the Connecticut Critics Circle awards for ‘best actress’ for her performance as Ruth Gold in the musical Suddenly Hope at the Rich Forum in Stamford, CT. Alice played Maj in the world premiere of a new musical drama, Wallenberg, at the White Plains Performing Arts Center. She studied at the Juilliard School of Music and has performed with the phenomenal Betsy Parrish in a highly acclaimed cabaret piece, “Life…a work in Progress.” Currently, Alice is working with a group of very talented ladies who call themselves ‘The Sassy Seven.”