Alias Grace

Wednesday, Sep 26, 2018 - Sunday, Oct 14, 2018 at Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre

“Did she kill them? Go decide… ‘Alias Grace’ is good theater.”
~ Knoxville News Sentinel review (pdf)

“A compelling tale beautifully performed”
~ ArtsKnoxville review (pdf)

“Alias Grace” is a totally absorbing drama…”
~ KnoxTNToday review (pdf)

“…mesmerizing stage adaptation”
~ The Daily Beacon review (pdf)


Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood  •  Adapted for the stage by Jennifer Blackmer

Directed by Karen Kessler

“Riveting”  ~ Chicago Sun Times

Adapted for the stage by Jennifer Blackmer and directed by Karen Kessler, Alias Grace premiered at Chicago’s Rivendell Theater in 2017 and has since earned a Chicago Joseph Jefferson 2018 nomination for “Best New Play Adaptation.

Ontario, Canada in 1859. Serving a life sentence for murders committed fifteen years ago, Grace Marks says she has no memory of the killings. A doctor investigating psychological trauma in amnesiacs tries to unlock the details and truth from Grace’s memory, but the path is painful and shocking.  Is Grace an innocent victim? Is she mad? Or is she a scheming murderess?


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Ticket Pricing

Cast

Katie Norwood Alley

Mrs. Rachel Lavell

Collin Andrews

Thomas Kinnear

Emily Cullum

Mary Whitney

Tim Decker ‡

Jeremiah/Jerome Dupont

Brian Gligor ‡

Simon Jordan

Emily Helton

Nancy Montgomery

Brady Moldrup

James McDermott

Brenda Orellana

Grace Marks

Artistic Team

Becca Johnson

Scenic Designer

Erin Reed

Costume Designer

Jordan Vera

Lighting Designer

Joe Court ¤

Sound Designer

Kathy Logelin

Text/Dialect Coach

John Sipes

Fight Choreographer

Casey Sams

Intimacy Director

Delaynie Rizer

Stage Manager


‡ Appears through the courtesy of Actors Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. ◊ Member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, a national theatrical labor union. ¤ Represented by United Scenic Artists, local USA-829 of the IATSE.

“Did she kill them? Go decide… ‘Alias Grace’ is good theater.”
~ Knoxville News Sentinel review (pdf)

“A compelling tale beautifully performed”
~ ArtsKnoxville review (pdf)

“Alias Grace” is a totally absorbing drama…”
~ KnoxTNToday review (pdf)

“…mesmerizing stage adaptation”
~ The Daily Beacon review (pdf)

Alias Grace press release (pdf)

The Daily Beacon preview (pdf)

Knoxville News Sentinel preview (pdf)

Inside of Knoxville preview (pdf)