Alice Reagan directs new plays and classics with a special interest in works by and about women. Recent directing credits include Hir by Taylor Mac at Shakespeare & Company; Jeune Terre by Gab Reisman through New Plays at Barnard; Grounded by George Brant at Dobama Theatre; Jackie by Elfriede Jelinek at Boom Arts; Elliot, A Soldier’s Fugue by Quiara Alegría Hudes at Profile Theatre; the musical Promenade by María Irene Fornés and Al Carmines at Barnard; Or, by Liz Duffy Adams at Shakespeare & Company; PHAETON (a diggle of a fragment) by Mac Wellman at Classic Stage Company; Enter THE NIGHT by María Irene Fornés 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; What of the Night? by María Irene Fornés at Barnard; Alice in War by Steven Bogart for the Summer Play Festival; Women of Trachis by Kate Ryan (with Heidi Schreck) at Target Margin Theater; A Small Hole by Julia Jarcho at FringeNYC; 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. Alice is an alum of Mabou Mines/SUITE Resident Artist Program, Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, Women’s Project Directors Lab, and the Drama League. She is a member of Wingspace Theatrical Design. Alice is Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Barnard College. MA, Performance Studies: Tisch/NYU. MFA, Directing: Columbia.