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Sarah Alice continues Flea Theater residency with SERIALS

SERIALS @ The Flea is a raucous late night play competition featuring The Bats and some of NYC’s hottest young playwrights and directors. This event runs Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 11 p.m.

Sarah Alice was a part of the September and December cycles of SERIALS and will be returning for the February/March cycle, aka the 50th cycle, sure to be bigger and better than ever.

From the Flea Website.

In SERIALS @ The Flea, five teams of Bats perform original ten-minute episodic plays. The audience votes for its three favorite plays, which return the next week with a new installment. The teams with the two least popular stories must likewise come back the following week, but with entirely different serialized plays.

For more information, including tickets, visit the Flea’s website.


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‘Love Letters Made Easy’ with Alpha Theatre Co.

Sarah Alice just finished a performance as Monica and Maria in Love Letters Made Easy with the Alpha Theatre Company in NYC directed by Denise Ivanoff at The Producers Club in Midtown.


The Flea Theater presents “Not My Monster” with CEREALS

Sarah Alice will be completing her 2 month long run this winter at The Flea Theater in NOT MY MONSTER.

From TimeOut New York.

The Flea is celebrating CEREALS, its family-friendly programming, by extending the performances of "NOT MY MONSTER," a story by Nick Gandiello that follows a family on its move from a grandiose penthouse to a cabin deserted in the woods.

Read more on the TimeOut website.


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American Vicarious presents the World Premiere of Pushkin

The American Vicarious presented the World Premiere of Jonathan Leaf's Pushkin in August 2018. This limited Off-Broadway engagement at The Sheen Center explored the life and times of the Russian poet, Alexander Pushkin. Sarah Alice was a member of the serf ensemble.

From the Press Release.

"Pushkin, a new verse play written by Jonathan Leaf, weaves the passionate story of art, politics, love and betrayal that consumed the life of Russia's most enduring poet, Alexander Pushkin.”

Click here to read the full press release from BroadwayWorld.com.

For more information on the production, visit The Sheen Center or The American Vicarious website.