Alice Qin is a Melbourne-based theatremaker, actor and educator. Her interest in lifting voices from undervalued communities into a theatrical context has led her to a lot of work with young people, as well as a lot of powerful Asian Australian femme theatremakers.
Alice most recently directed SECURITY by Michele Lee presented by Darebin Arts Speakeasy. She was the directing mentor on the Green Room award-winning 落叶归根 (Luò yè guī gēn) Getting Home. As well as directing the first developments of Poona (Next Wave 2021).
She was the assistant director on Lifespan of a Fact (Melbourne Theatre Company 2021) and Golden Shield (Melbourne Theatre Company 2019) and she was a participant in the MTC x CAAP directing initiative. Alice was the directing placement in the Besen Family Artist Program at Malthouse Theatre in 2021.
Her Australian acting credits include The Enlightenment of the Siddhartha Gautama Buddha and the Encounter with the Monkey King, Great Sage Equal of Heaven (Elbow Room 2021), Mad As A Cute Snake (Theatre Works 2019), Atomic (Malthouse Theatre 2018/2019), Little Emperors (Malthouse Theatre 2017).
She was previously based in New York, where she worked as an actor and an associate physical acting teacher at the Stella Adler Studio New York under the tutelage of Joan Evans.
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