A ... MY NAME WILL ALWAYS BE ALICE

Genre: Comedy, Drama, Musical
Conceived by Joan Micklan Silver & Julianne Boyd

A ... My Name Will Always Be Alice is a sophisticated, bawdy, funny and insightful musical revue that celebrates the pleasures and frustrations of growing up female. It features music, poetry and comic sketches that will be sure to remind you of yourself, your mother, and your crazy kindergarten teacher!
Open:   12/12/06
Close:   12/16/06

Schedule:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 7:00PM
Theater:   Payan Theatre
Address:   300 W. 43rd St, 5th Floor
New York, NY
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Cost:$15.00 or Call: at 917-232-9843
Carrie hails originally from Geneva, NY and earned a B.A. in Theatre from Geneseo State University. Upon graduation, Carrie began her professional career in theatre spending two summers at the Lakes Region Summer Theatre, as well as touring nationally with a production of Beauty and the Beast, and earning her sea legs performing on board The M.V. Palm Beach Princess in West Palm Beach, FL. Other favorite credits include Maria in The Sound of Music, Urleen in Footloose, 42nd Street, The Music Man, and Baby. New York credits include Marilyn in the Milk Can Theatre Company production of The Player King Musical, part of The Hamlet Plays, and Woman 2 in Little By Little performed at The Actors Company Theatre space.
Amanda Conlon* Amanda Conlon was most recently seen in New York as Woman 1 in Little By Little. She has performed regionally in roles including Mona in Dames at Sea, Tansy in The Nerd (Theatre on the Hill); Glinda in The Wizard of Oz, Phantom in The Rocky Horror Show (Forum Theatre Company); Sue Ellen in Honky Tonk Angels (Blatt's Dinner Theatre) and Nellie Cohan in George M! w/ Brad Bradley of Spamalot (Park Playhouse, Inc). Amanda has also been seen in several acclaimed children's theatre productions at the Forum Theatre Company and Luna Stage. Amanda holds a B.A. in Musical Theatre and Acting from Geneseo State University.

*actor appearing courtesy of Actors'Equity Association

Crista is thrilled to be a part of this multi-talented cast of amazing women and is so glad to be back in NYC performing in the heart of the theatre district...where she was meant to be!!Crista has toured nationally with Sesame Street Live as the Principal Singer, as well as working here in NYC at the Gallery Players and many workshops and readings of new musicals. She also has worked regionally in a tour Of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Pajama Game and was fortunate enough to study with Ann Reinking at Broadway Theatre Project. Her favorite roles include Sally Bowles and The Witch. Crista would like to thank Amanda for this wonderful opportunity and her amazing family and friends for their support especially the love of her life, her fiance Matt.
Irene is happy to be working with Amanda again, having worked with her in several theatre productions in the great state of New Jersey. She's been seen onstage all over the world, most of the time fully clothed. Her passion is the theatre and hopes to work in the industry for a long time performing in quality shows. She's grateful to be part of a show where six women can be in the same room for hours without trying to kill each other. If you would like to see a list of the shows that she's done, please check out her résumé at www.geocities.com/asianlark. Much thanks to Aaron, her sisters and her mother; and also to the universe which tirelessly conspire in her favor.
Lynn Justinger is originally from Buffalo, NY, where she was crowned Miss Buffalo Wing 2003. She is currently starring as Hilary Hoff in the upcoming feature, American Standard (www.AmericanStandardTheMovie.com), and the new music video for Ave 11A's Love Me Anyway. Other credits include: Short films (Two Men and Multum in Parvo), America's Most Wanted, commercials and industrials for the likes of Comcast, CSI on A&E, Journey's Shoes, Geico, Party City, and AOL. Lynn has also toured with Theatre IV, and was seen last year as Carol, in the new play Brother's Keeper, at 440 Studios (Marcus Productions). Thanks and praise to God for the abundant blessings. Much love to Mom & Dad, 17 Ward, and the G-Squad.
Jessie is originally from upsate New York, Schenectady, to be exact. She is more than elated to finally be performing again, after taking a more than two year hiatus from the stage. Jessie has done regioanl work for both Park Playhouse in Albany and C-R Productions in the historic Cohoes Music Hall.Some favorite past roles include Hodel and Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (not at the same time) and Rapunzel in Into the Woods (the second time, at least). Most recently, Jessie is excited to have escaped her movie theatre job and is enjoying the benefits of a "normal" schedule.She would like to thank her family, the Park Ave Gatta Girls and her beau for their endless support.