The infamously powerful proposal scene– Delaney completely transformed into ‘Jane Eyre’.
— The Jane Austen Project
There is a disturbance brought to the story by Alida, a muse or a dark angel, signing & dancing throughout the show... it is impossible to be certain who is in front of us.
— Onstage
Delightfully alive.
— VictoriaB:Culture
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Presented with Ms. Weild’s company... it puts its money where its mouth is, casting-wise, nudging us to consider more deeply the notion of artists who don’t fit the standard mold.
— NYT Critic’s Pick
...The relationship between Nina (Alida) & Polina... was one of the more tender & interesting portrayals of emerging love between women that I’ve seen recently.
— D.C. Metro Theatre Arts

@ Bklyn bred & Award-winning Renaissance WomXn


Alida is currently completing The Mohawk Trail, starring alongside film & theatre-maven, Catherine Eaton (The Sounding).

She is the founder of KALIDASCOPE Media, a multimedia production company sharing a collective of stories that inspires new perspectives on ourselves, on others, & the world(s) unknown. Alida is a proud Wing Woman & company member with National Disability Theatre– that is radically transforming theatrical practices by telling stories through a lens of disability culture.

Selected credits: In A Sentimental Mood (2018 MassIFF Best Actress Award); OFF-BROADWAY: world-premiere of Charles Mee's Soot and Spit, Dir. Kim Weild, New Ohio Theatre (2018 NYITA Outstanding Performance Art Production & NYT Critic's Pick); The Fall, Dir. Jane Arnfield, SoHo Playhouse. REGIONAL: Night Witches - Phase II (Hylton Performing Arts Center, Dixon Place, The Muse) ; Boston's world-premiere of Ouroboros Trilogy, Dir. Michael Counts, Cutler Majestic Theater.

Recent producing credits: LORDES directed by Katherine Wilkinson & written by Gethsemane Herron-Coward (New Ohio Theatre’s ICE Factory). The Art of Sisters: Tales & Letters by the Brontës (sold-out run!) at American Irish Historical Society, Jaclyn Bethany’s developing mini-series The Rehearsal, & Jetty currently in the film fest circuit.

An ongoing contributor for Constellation Magazine, Alida has photographed the editorials for artists including Ani Simon-Kennedy, Millicent Simmonds, Sonejuhi Sinha, & Elizabeth Wood. As part of the 2016 NYS Pavilion New Ideas Competition, Alida received the Queens Borough award for “Pavilion Park” which was featured in the Wall Street Journal & at the Queens Museum.

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: : Snapple Facts : :

~ Represented by KMR Associates + ModelClub Inc.

~ Dutch + ITalian Descent

~ The name Alida = “little-winged one”

~ Retired Professional ballerina

~ Antenna friends @ . . @ #Hardofhearing

~ Loves Sunday Jazz, Jane Goodall, Black RAspberry Ice-cream

~ BFA in Dance with minors in Costume Design & Photography

~ Member of The Wing community

 
 

Mustard is Underrated ;)

 
 
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Happenings

 

Officially represented bi-coastal in theatre, film/tv, & commercial!!

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IN Collaboration with Artist, Kim Hoeckele, on a new multi-person composition

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Cast in Alvin Case + Square Medium Pictures

The Mohawk Trail - a "National Geographic" type-photographer tries to reconnect with her estranged daughter.

Starring: Catherine Eaton

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Cast in “Grapefruit,” Written/Directed by Spanish Director, Pedro Tamames

Proof of concept = completed.

Fundraising beginning soon!

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‘19 Highlights

← Archive

 
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Cast as Mistress Mary Seton in A reading of

Maxwell Anderson’s “Mary of Scotland”

with First Flight Productions at Columbia University

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Presented at the American Irish Historical Society

A sold out run & a “heartfelt performance by all the actors” - Bronte Historical Society.

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New York Deaf Theatre’s workshop of The Red Shoes

Directed by Beth Applebaum (I Was Most Alive With You, Playwrights)

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Advisory Company Member with National Disability Theatre

The first theatre company to be inclusive to artists with disabilities.

Founded by Mickey Rowe & Talleri A. McRae

 

Winona lookalike 

 
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“It’s the time you have wasted for your Rose that makes your Rose so important”

 
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Nïce to E-Meet You! // Wrïte me a Haïku about // How we can Connect

 

 

NY + LA

World’s Tower Building
110 W 40th Street
Suite 1801
New York, NY
10018
T: 212.582.7572

The Academy Tower
5200 Lankershim Blvd.
Suite 820
North Hollywood, CA
91601
T: 818.769.9111

 
 

Boston + New England

Tim Ayers

132 Boylston St., #2

02116 Boston, MA

T: 617-247-9020