Alicia Piemme Nelson

Actor ~ Teaching Artist ~ Clown

upcoming projects

march - may, 2018

Alicia will be starring in Bay Area Children's Theatre's world premiere production of JUDY MOODY AND STINK as Judy Moody. For more information click here.

February - march, 2018

Alicia will be working with Santa Clara University's Arts in Social Justice program on their touring production of THE CIRCTUIT based on the writings of Francisco Jimenez. More information to come soon.

November 16, 2017

Alicia will be featured in Crowded Fire Theatre's Matchbox Reading Series as Rebecca in Lisa Marie Rollins' new and developing play TOKEN. The reading will be taking place at Brava in San Francisco.

October 30, 2017

Alicia was announced as the winner of the Theatre Bay Area's Award for Outstanding Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical.

OCTOBER 13 - NOVEMBER 5, 2017

Alicia will be performing in the Northeastern Regional Premiere of The Last Wife as Bess at WAM Theatre in Lenox, MA. Tickets and information can be found here

AUGUST 28, 2017

Alicia will be featured in Buck Hill Production's one night only performance of As You Like It at Cafe Stritch. Door open at 5:00pm and the show begins at 6:30pm. Admission is free. 

JUNE 30 - AUGUST 27, 2017

Alicia will be featured in the world premiere of "The Rainbow Fish Musical" presented by the Bay Area Children's Theatre. Tickets and information can be found here.

APRIL 15-16, 2017

Alicia will be taking part in a staged reading of Samuel Caulfied Barksdale's newly written musical "The Fantastic Fandom of Naurica Straedler" at Boston University

APRIL 1-2, 2017

Alicia will be showcasing her senior acting thesis entitled "I Am At the Fulcrum" as a part of FOOLS' POD at Boston University.

MONDAY, MARCH 6 2017

Alicia will be participating in Boston University's annual senior showcase in New York City at the Helen Mills Event Space and Theater. More information can be found here.

FEBRUARY 2017

Alicia will be performing in Duncan Macmillan's adaptation of Don Juan Comes Back from the War. Directed by friend and peer Jesse Richardson-Bull at Boston University in Studio 102.