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Alice and Elizabeth’s One Woman Show

The award winning “Alice and Elizabeth’s One Woman Show,” has been called a “brave and moving act of storytelling, born of an extraordinary friendship”(Stagebuzz). Based on the true story of a long term friendship and the trials of of turning 40 as single women, it is both hilarious and heartbreaking. Alice Barden performs the piece playing herself at different ages, her friend Elizabeth, their mothers, and various other players in their lives. 

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Alice and Elizabeth’s One Woman Show,” was written by Alice Barden and Elizabeth Walker. It has been workshopped in New York City, Los Angeles and San Franciso and won awards for best acting and best production in the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

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Special Thanks:

Alice would like to thank her Executive Producer, Susan Holden, and all of her diehard Kickstarter supporters: (in no particular order) Anne Flournoy, Alanna Brittain, Emmet Haltigan, Robert White, Eileen Colleens, Judy Stevens, Ewa Sklodowska, Anne Darragh, Suzanne Joyal, Loren Lillian, Charlene Smith, Rob Brodsky, Cynthia Hilts, Ken Goldstein, Linda Lowen, Lynda Crawford, Brad Keller, Bryan Davis, Sarah Prescott, Amy Ferris, Sharon Dellorco, Stephanie Arlis-Mayor, Julie and Josh Chernoff, Rowland Mayor, Peggy Reskin, Edward R. O’Neill, John Benton, Elizabeth Tiger, Lisa Davis, Sue Kim, Darry Logan, Cindy Joseph, Susan Miller, Rochelle Dancel, Tricia Parks, Mel England, Laurie Fried, Elda Luisi, Jennifer Cushman, Elizabeth Dempsey, Karmen Lizzul, Kristine Van Raden, Tasha Pictures, Ann Voorhies Baker, Alan Ochiai, Sherry Amatenstein, Tchaiko Omawale, Robin Horton, Laura Brennan, Brooke Sandford, Sara Cavendish, Gail and Kevin Kalinich, Ruthann Pritchard, Mitch Perry, Kendall Allen, Kat Sullivan, Phil Smoot, Laurie Flood, Susan Holden. Beverly Graham Early, Soraya Mackhrandilall, Christine McClanahan Dwello, Michele Kolich, Deb Tuckman, and Carolyn Eriksson.