Alice Tovey is a Melbourne based singer, songwriter, comedian, actress, writer and egomaniac.
Her first solo show, Malice (written and performed with composer Ned Dixon) was nominated for a Green Room Award for Best Original Songs and won an Adelaide Fringe Festival Weekly Award for Best Emerging Artist.
Again collaborating with Ned Dixon, Alice premiered Personal Messiah (2016), Mansplaining (2017), and Existential Crisis (A Rock Opera) (2018) to much acclaim.
Alice is also a collaborator and director with Seemingly Evil Productions, a comedy collective formed from the cast of the 2013 Melbourne University Law Revue. With her fellow cast members. Alice has written and performed with Seemingly Evil in Tres Miserables, Office Party, Mix Tape and Willy Wanka.
‘Feminist, political and brilliantly cynical’ – The Australian
‘Razor-sharp humour, and an unbelievable set of pipes to match’ – Theatre People
‘A talent to be reckoned with’ – Dirt and Candy
‘An artist to keep an eye on in a show not-to-be-missed’ – Aussie Theatre
‘The best of cabaret comedy’ – Great Scott
‘A killer voice’ – Stage Whispers
‘Delightfully dramatic’ – Rip it Up
‘Music comedy of the highest calibre’ – The Plus Ones