Alice Reagan’s recent directing credits include GROUNDED by George Brant at Dobama Theatre in Cleveland; JACKIE by Elfriede Jelinek at Boom Arts; ELLIOT, A SOLDIER’S FUGUE by Quiara Alegría Hudes at Profile Theatre; the musical PROMENADE by Maria Irene Fornes and Al Carmines at Barnard College; OR, by Liz Duffy Adams at Shakespeare & Company (seven nominations for Berkshire Theatre Awards, including Best Director); PHAETON (a diggle of a fragment) by Mac Wellman at Classic Stage Company; ENTER THE NIGHT by Maria Irene Fornes with Portland Experimental Theatre Ensemble; THE MISER by Molière with Brave New World Rep; NOMADS by Julia Jarcho at Incubator Arts Project; I CAME TO LOOK FOR YOU ON TUESDAY by Chiori Miyagawa at La MaMa; THE VERGE by Susan Glaspell with Performance Lab 115; CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE with PL115 at the Chocolate Factory (New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Original Music); WHAT OF THE NIGHT? by Maria Irene Fornes for Barnard; ALICE IN WAR by Steven Bogart for the Summer Play Festival; WOMEN OF TRACHIS by Kate Ryan with Target Margin Theater; A SMALL HOLE by Julia Jarcho at FringeNYC (Fringe First Award for Set Design); and PICKFORD in the Blueprint Series at the Ontological/Hysteric Theater.
She is the recipient of two Foundation of Contemporary Arts Grants, a Princess Grace Award, and a Princess Grace Special Project Grant. She is an alum of Mabou Mines/SUITE Resident Artist Program, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Women’s Project Directors Lab, and the Drama League. Alice is Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Barnard College. MFA: Columbia.