Coming off a brilliant performance at L.A.'s Whitefire Theatre, Alice travels to Boston for a 2-week string of performances at the historic New Rep Theatre from March 22nd through April 5th.
And shows are selling like hot cakes. Some performances are already sold out, while others have only a handful of tickets remaining.
If you're wondering if the show is for you, ask yourself these questions:
- Have I ever experienced tragedy?
- Do I have a child with special needs or know someone who does?
- Have I ever struggled to find love and light in the darkest times?
If the answer to any of these questions is "yes", then congratulations, you're a human being. And human beings need to see Alice's show.
As Alice states, "My intention in performing Stronger Than the Wind is to allow myself - and the audience - to have a cathartic experience. I believe that the deeper and more personal my story is portrayed, the more universal it becomes. All of us have experienced some kind of trauma in our lives."
Alice's performance has a universal message. And it has touched many:
Alice's camp is warning that the show, however, is not for all. A spokesman for Alice, who chooses to remain anonymous for fear of an uprising, has explicitly stated, "It's not recommended for robots. They just won't get it."