ALICE KATHERINE CASH
Founding Artistic Director
An award-winning double masters MFA Director from the New School for Drama and MA from NYU, Alice Cash started directing at an early age, and hasn’t stopped since.
Founding her company, Broadway Kids of San Diego, which she established at 14, the company involved over 200 students between the ages of seven to twenty in the roles of designers, producers, actors, and publicity, with audiences over 2000, during five seasons. Since then, she graduated with honors from Georgetown University with degrees in Theatre and Performance Studies, Art History, and French. Her French degree took her internationally, a fellow of the French Government, researching and workshopping a devised piece, Carroll Odyssey, based on shared history between the United States Colonial America and Northern France.
Most recently, she created and wrote a play with 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. She recently directed Dooley in the Frigid Festival, Edgar & Annabel with Golden Shards, and is directing a cabaret on the American Presidents at 54 Below, The Green Room 42, and Caveat and The Comedy of Errors this summer.
Directing credits include 8000M, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?, The Comedy of Errors, Sweeney Todd, The Apple Tree, Into the Woods (National Youth Theatre Award, Best Director), Honk, and Golden Shards, written by Cash, a critically and scholarly acclaimed piece about Lewis Carroll and his most famous muse, Alice Liddell, as well as AD credits at Cape Cod Theatre Project, Moxie Theatre, Ion Theatre, and a Directing Internship at The Old Globe.