Alice Howland is stubborn, clever and driven – a professional at the top of her game. But, diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 50, she is compelled to confront her new reality and draw on her resilience to remain independent for as long as possible.
Alice strives to remain true to the woman she has always been, while relationships shift within her family, in her work and most importantly with herself. Uncompromising yet tender, this new adaptation of the award-winning novel truthfully acknowledges life with a progressive disease - its conflicts and burden, and its small, priceless victories.
Starring Sharon Small with a spellbinding performance as Alice, this tender and touching play is a unique insight into the experience of a woman fighting to maintain her identity as her world changes.
Sharon is joined on stage by Eva Pope, Martin Marquez, Mark Armstrong, Ruth Ollman, Micah Balfour and Anna Andresen.
Uncompromising yet tender, this new adaptation of the award-winning novel truthfully acknowledges life with a progressive disease: its conflicts, its burden, and its small, priceless victories.
"Tender, touching and remarkably insightful" ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS
“Over the course of 90 minutes we see the frustrations, the anger and the sadness which dementia brings, but more than that we see there is still a life to be lived” YORKSHIRE POST
“Sharon Small’s performance is spellbinding and we hold our breath in horrified anticipation” THE EXPRESS
“A moving production that manages to find the positivity at the centre of an otherwise devastating illness” THE STAGE
"Captivating and compassionate" WHAT'S GOOD TO DO
"The play is hard hitting... but at the same time the play is uplifting at times with great amounts of optimism and moments of joy and love" NORTH WEST END
"Well worth seeing, STILL ALICE is a compelling, intelligent and insightful piece of theatre" THEATRE WORLD MAGAZINE
"Go grab a ticket you definitely wont be disappointed" CULTIVATE WITH ME
Presented by Michael Park for The Infinite Group and the West Yorkshire Playhouse
Based on the best-selling novel by Lisa Genova
Adapted by Christine Mary Dunford
Directed by David Grindley
Sponsored by Harbour Hotels