Alice is a brooklyn-bred singer and composer. Along with creating her own work, she has collaborated as a performer with established and emerging composers including Sxip Shirey, Rima Fand, Kitty Brazelton, and Trevor Wilson. Most recently, she workshopped and recorded Precipice, a folk opera with music by Rima Fand (directed by Rachel Dickstein), sang original songs in Love in the Seventh Kingdom of Wrath by Kenneth Prestininzi, and performed her own original music in Theodora Skipitares’s puppet plays The Chairs and Prometheus Within at La Mama ETC. For her work in The Chairs Alice was nominated for a New York Innovative Theater Award for Original Sound.
In 2016, Alice founded Tiny Trip, an art-pop dance-theatre company in collaboration with choreographer Beth Liebowitz. As the company’s primary composer and a lead performer, Alice has created a number of large scale performance works starting with Pocket, a song and dance cycle that had its premiere at Dixon Place in 2017. Tiny Trip is in residency this season at Access Theater NYC, and spent a week last winter in residency at Mount Tremper Arts creating Wendy, a new song and dance cycle. They performed an excerpt of Wendy at Joe’s Pub in September 2019. Alice has also composed and performed music for other dance and theater projects at venues such as Triskelion Arts, The Robert Moss Theatre, and Theater for the New City.
In addition, Alice writes, records, and performs in electronic future-pop project Catastophie. Catastrophie released their debut EP Trigger in May 2017 on Cascine, and recently released Wedding, a single off their upcoming full-length album. Alice was also a long-time member of the experimental vocal ensemble Anawan, who released a record on New Amsterdam Records in 2014. She is currently also singing and touring in Kitty Brazelton’s Essential Prayers Project.
Along with her work in music, she was trained in dance at CalArts and Bennington College.