Your Alice (@ BAM)

Written by Billie Aken-Tyers


Your Alice by Billie Aken-Tyers

On the golden afternoon of July 4th, 1862, Charles Dodgson (pen name Lewis Carroll) tells his child muse, Alice, her favourite story for the last time. As they sail down the Oxford River, his beloved characters weave us in and out of Wonderland and through his tortured relationship with 10-year-old Miss Liddel. 

Originally produced at The Ophelia Theatre to sold-out runs, Your Alice opens at BAM's Fisher Space in May 2018 and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2018.  Produced by Pink House Productions, LLC. and Ophelia Theatre Group.

Your Alice runs approximately 75 minutes with no intermission.

There are some mature themes that may not be suitable for children.

Written & Directed by Billie Aken-Tyers, featuring: 
Eliza Shea
Luke Antony Neville
Kaitlyn Schirard
Michael Tubman
Lawryn LaCroix
Tamara Sevunts
Brittney Moss
Megan Magee
Jim Lawrenson
Tom Chandler
Andy Dispensa
Jane Logan
Olivier Sublet

About the Creatives: 

Billie Aken-Tyers
Playwright & Director

Billie Aken-Tyers is a creative artist specializing in collaborative ensemble-based work.
Acting: Most recently originated the role of Much in Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure at the Tony award-winning Dallas Theater Center Off-Broadway: (Soho Playhouse) (Theatre Row)The Commedia Rapunzel, The Commedia Cinderella (Rosetta). NY Theatre: Fairycakes (Mustardseed); Macbeth (First Witch); The Tempest (Ariel); Hair (Tribe); Almost Maine (Rhonda /Sandrine); As You Like It (Audrey). Regional: Much Ado About Nothing (Hero); A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Tintinabula).
Directing: Your Alice (Ophelia Theatre) Red Winter by Anthony Mercado (Ophelia Theatre) To Wong Foo (Assistant to Douglas Carter Beane) Timeless (UK ) Caucasian chalk circle (Asst. to Jenny Lingham) Me and the Girls (Asst. to Douglas Carter Beane) Billie is the Artistic Director at Ophelia Theatre in Astoria Queens. @billieakentyers

Stephen Murphy
Composer & Musical Director

Stephen Murphy (Composer/Music Director). Stephen's original compositions and arrangements have been performed by artists, ensembles, and orchestras throughout the country.  His band Black Tie Stereo, of which he is the lead singer and keyboardist, tours regionally and opens for national acts performing their original material. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, where he spent 5 years as a Music Director and Conductor for their School of Drama productions, as well as for the Scotch n Soda student theater organization. Your, Alice marks his first venture into composing for the stage.