Alicia is the award-winning author of plays “Southern Sirens,” “Belles Take the Big Easy,” “Bound for the Outer Banks,” and musicals, “Parading Crazy on the Porch,” “Christmas Queens,” “Derby Girls,” “Going Home to Dixie,” “Strippers, Tales From the Mall,” “Wedding Belles,” and “A Carolina Christmas” (also known as Christmas in Dixie.) She has won numerous awards for her screenplays in many festivals including The Charleston International Film Festival, The Gullah International Film Festival, The Austin Revolution Film Festival, Broad Humor in Los Angeles, The Lindsey Film Festival, The Boomtown Music and Film Festival, Beverly Hills Film Festival, The Polish International Film Festival, The Oil Valley Film Festival, and The Alaska Film Awards.
Alicia’s all-female shows have been produced from The Titusville Playhouse in Florida, to Iowa, New York and all over the Southeast. Her musical “A Carolina Christmas” aka “Christmas in Dixie,” holds the fastest black-out sell out in Cumming Playhouse history, selling out shows in August for the production in December. Her shows sell out the majority of the time. In addition to writing, she’s directed numerous shows including “The Boys Next Door,” “Second Samuel,” and “Big the Musical.” Some of her onstage credits include Linda Porter in “Red, Hot, and Cole,” Beth in “Til Beth Do Us Part,” Hope Harcourt in “Anything Goes,” Janis Joplin/other roles in “Beehive,” and Ilona Ritter in “She Loves Me.” She is from Tuscaloosa, Alabama and is proud of her southern roots. After living in Berlin, Key West, Alaska, New Orleans, Montana, Atlanta, Dahlonega, and Natchez, she currently resides in Abbeville, SC. She is married to a U.S. Marine and happens to have a B.S. in Marine Biology.
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