Alice Yorke is an actor, deviser, and props designer. She is a Co-Director of Lightning Rod Special, with whom she created and performed in Hackles, Let the Dog See the Rabbit, and Sans Everything. Other performance credits include Alex Bechtel's The West, Pig Iron’s 99 Breakups and Pay Up, Interact Theatre's Barrymore-award winning Down Past Passyunk, and dancing with clown-funk band, Red 40 and the Last Groovement. She has worked as a props designer for Theatre Exile (True West, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf), Flashpoint (Miz Martha, Herringbone), Pig Iron (Pay Up, 99 Breakups), The Bearded Ladies Cabaret (Bitter Homes and Gardens, Andy: a Popera) and the Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret. Originally from the Jersey Shore, she was living in New York City prior to moving to Philadelphia, touring Shakespeare and classical theatre around the Tri-State area and creating original pieces of clown-dance-theatre. She has performed her French-language solo puppet piece, À Table, in a dining hall in Haverford College, in a converted church in West Philadelphia, in a roving RV in New Orleans, and for deaf-education students at Radford University. Education: BFA Marymount Manhattan College, Double Edge Theatre, Frîches Théâtre Urbain. Proud graduate of the inaugural class of Pig Iron School.