Alice starred in the National Tour of the one-person show, "Family Secrets", the longest running solo show in Off Broadway History. She taught acting at Harvard for five years and has toured Europe, The United States, and Canada with The USO, The American Repertory Theatre, and the National Players Shakespeare Company. She is a member of SAG, AFTRA, and AEA.
In a mission-driven tour, Alice is currently performing her auto-biographical "Stronger than the Wind", which chronicles her struggles to keep her family afloat in the midst of unspeakable grief. Her story has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Sarah Brokaw’s “Fortytude” blog, and The Huffington Post. It has also been highlighted on The David Cruz Show, Hay House Radio, and Zen Radio, hosted by Gregory Foster.
Alice received a Backstage “Garland Award” for her portrayal of six characters in “Orchards". She played La Goulue in "The Night of the Black Cat" at the Edgemar Center for the Arts. She was a member of "Dish" (a Women’s comedy group), the L.A. Women’s Shakespeare Company, and has performed in many plays in New York, The Trinity Repertory Company, and the American Repertory Theatre.
Alice has performed in many original cabaret shows at The Gardenia in Hollywood. She has been writing, producing, and performing autobiographical solo shows, such as "Family Secrets" and "Stronger than the Wind", for over 15 years.
Film & TV
Film and TV include “Lip Service” (directed by William H. Macy), “Wild Bill”, “Cull”, “Picket Fences”, “Inside Stuff”, “Mars-Venus”, “The Guiding Light”, “Real and Uncut”, and "Spring Sisters", a comedy pilot she starred-in, co-created, and produced with Judy Nagy.
Alice has also been seen in a variety of TV commercials.
Beyond her acting pursuits, in 2008, Alice received a Master of Arts in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She began working as a volunteer with the “Freedom to Choose” Prison Project, after learning about it from her Professor and Advisor, Dr. David Paul. Having volunteered for 5 years, Alice recently co-founded “Friends of Freedom to Choose” to raise funds for the "Freedom to Choose" Community Projects.
In 2012, Alice also co-founded “Surf 'n' Serve” with her niece, Elizabeth, and her daughter, Natalie. As the name suggests, "Surf 'n' Serve" is a harmonious blend of surfing and service. It involves hitting the beautifully vast surf zones of the world, while also serving people-in-need who inhabit those zones.