Initial PGF Award: Theater Apprenticeship, Directing, 2006, Fabergé Theater Award
Additional PGF Awards: 2011 Special Project Award: In the Summer House
Alice Reagan most recently directed The Knights, adapted from Aristophanes by Rob Handel for Target Margin Theater’s 2007-2008 season. Alice also directed Alice in War by Steven Bogart for the 2007 Summer Play Festival; Women of Trachis by Kate E. Ryan at the Ohio Theatre in Soho, produced by Target Margin; A Small Hole by Julia Jarcho at The New York International Fringe Festival; Pickford with Beth Kurkjian in the Blueprint Series at the Ontological/Hysteric Theater; Dawn Powell’s 1932 satire Big Night at Bates College, and workshopped Ghost Stories by Heather Dundas at the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. She received a chashama A.R.E.A. Award to direct Euripides’ Alcestis on East 42nd Street. Alice is a founding member of The Pool, a collective of international theater directors, and Resident Director of Performance Lab 115. Alice was a Dean’s Fellow in the M.F.A. theatre directing program at Columbia University; while there she directed Machinal by Sophie Treadwell, Exit the King by Eugène Ionesco, The Vise by Luigi Pirandello, and many new plays. She has worked as a dramaturg or assistant director for Anne Bogart, Robert Woodruff, Robert Falls, and David Herskovits. She also holds an M.A. in performance studies from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts where she won the Amankulor Award. She was Artistic Associate for the 2006-07 season at Target Margin. She is currently a member of the Mabou Mines Suite Residency with Performance Lab 115, and is working on a new translation/adaptation of Brecht’s Caucasian Chalk Circle.