Alice Fitzgerald
Alice studied Drama at the University of Exeter where she gained a First Class BA (hons) degree in Drama and was awarded the Bertie Black Prize for ‘outstanding performance’. At Exeter Alice directed six productions, including sell-out show; The Kitchen Sink by Tom Wells at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Since graduating Alice worked at the Finborough Theatre, where she assistant stage managed Flowering Cherry by Robert Boltdirected by Benjamin Whitrow, and was the assistant director on Merit by Alexandra Wood, directed by Tom Littler.
Alice recently trained at Mountview, studying an MA in Theatre Directing. During her time there Alice directed The Effect by Lucy Prebble and In Vitro Veritas by Miranda Stewart. She assisted on several productions, including: The Tempest directed by Dan Herd, A Comedy of Errors directed by Merryn Owen, Clybourne Park directed by Max Key, and Brixton Rock directed by Ned Bennett.
Alice has just finished directing a rehearsed reading of Fire Blight by Louise Breckon-Richards at Arcola Theatre, and is now directing one woman show; Purple Snowflakes at Theatre N16.