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YOUR ALICE Returns To The UK For A London Reading At The Arcola Theatre

Your Alice by Billie Aken-Tyers heads to London for a reading at the Arcola Theatre on November 30th. Following its international premier at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and Off-Broadway run in New York City, Your Alice returns to the UK this fall. Produced by Pinkhouse Productions, Your Alice follows Charles Dodgson (pen name Lewis Carroll) as he tells his child muse, Alice, her favorite story for the last time. As they sail down the Oxford River, his beloved characters weave the audience in and out of Wonderland and through his tortured relationship with 10-year-old Miss Liddell.

New cast members include Louise Dearman as the Queen of Hearts (West End: Glinda (Wicked), Elphaba (Wicked), Jan (Grease), Daisy Hilton (Sideshow)), Paul Keating as the Mad Hatter (Two Olivier Award Nominations. West End: Tommy (Tommy), The Balladeer (Assassins), Agon (La Cava), Straight Dave (Closer to Heaven)), Noel Sullivan as Tweedle Dum (West End: Danny (Grease), Nick Hurley (Flashdance)), and Bronte Barbé as the Dormouse (West End: Wild Party).

The complete cast includes Eliza Shea (Alice), Luke Antony Neville, (Charles Dodgson), Lawryn LaCroix (March Hare), Jim Lawrenson (White Rabbit), Tamara Sevunts (Cheshire Cat), Charly Clive (Tweedle Dee), and Andy Dispensa (The Caterpillar).

Billie Aken-Tyers (Playwright/Director) is a creative artist specializing in collaborative ensemble-based work. Acting: Regional: Hood (Dallas Theater Center) Off-Broadway: Commedia Rapunzel (Theatre Row), Commedia Cinderella (SoHo Playhouse). Directing: Lysistrata Jones (Ophelia Theatre Group), Your Alice (Ophelia Theatre Group), To Wong Foo (Asst. to Douglas Carter Beane).

Stephen Murphy (Composer/Music Director) composes original works and arrangements that are performed by artists, ensembles, and orchestras throughout the country. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, where he spent 5 years as a Music Director and Conductor for their School of Drama productions.

Kristen Brooks Sandler (Movement) is a purple haired choreographer whose work lives at the intersection of theater & concert dance. Select Credits: Your Alice (BAM, Edinburgh Fringe), Black Garden (Théâtre de l'Opprimé), A Chorus Line (Mill Mountain Theatre), Lysistrata Jones (NYITA Nomination - Best Choreography), Gilded (Capital Fringe Festival's Best Dance Winner).

Pinkhouse Productions (Producer) is a theatre, film, and interdisciplinary Production Company dedicated to original and inspiring work. Founded by Lawryn LaCroix, Pinkhouse has both a New York and Los Angeles presence in theatrical and film circles, and has worked with both Tony and Emmy winners on Pinkhouse original productions. The team is comprised of Executive Producer Lawryn LaCroix and Associate Producer Kaylyn Buckley.

Additional show information available at www.youralicetheplay.com.



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