ALICE KATHERINE CASH
An award-winning double masters MFA Director from the New School for Drama and MA in Performance Studies from NYU, Alice Cash is what the San Diego Union Tribune called "A Director to be reckoned with."
She's directed all over the city of New York in off-broadway venues from 54 Below, to Greenroom 42, to the Fringe Festival, Frigid Festival, and Identity Theatre, along with her own production company Golden Shards.
In addition she's traveled all over the world with her directing, commissioned by the govenrment of France in the region of Pas-de-Calais to create a play based on the shared history of the Colony of Maryland and their tiny town of Saint Omer, along with a play based on Haitian Folktales with students in Port-au-Prince. In addition, she’s started a charity benefiting her Haitian Students, with their first gala sending five students to school and able to eat for a year.
She currently runs a theatre/media/marketing company GOLDEN SHARDS PRODUCTIONS working with NY Theatres on PR and Grant Proposals. In addition to pivoting during the pandemic and working as a visiting professor at different universities on the East Coast directing the students.
Favorite projects include 8000M, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?, The Comedy of Errors, Edgar & Annabel, She Kills Monsters, Little Women, and Golden Shards, written by Cash, a critically and scholarly acclaimed piece about Lewis Carroll and his most famous muse, Alice Liddell.