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Alice Eve Cohen ’76

Alice Eve Cohen

Alice Eve Cohen ’76 is a memoirist, playwright and solo theatre artist, whose plays and solo works have been performed for over 250,000 people on four continents. Cohen’s memoir, “What I Thought I Knew” (Viking, Penguin Books), won the Elle magazine Grand Prize for Nonfiction, Oprah magazine’s “25 Best Books of Summer,” and Salon’s “Best Books of the Year.” Her second memoir, “The Year My Mother Came Back” (Algonquin Books), is “a wry, magical memoir about the transcendent power of mother-daughter love”— Elle. A collection of Cohen’s plays is published by NoPassport Press, and she has written television for Nickelodeon, CTW and CBS.

Cohen has received fellowships and grants from NYSCA, the NEA, Poets & Writers, and Virginia Center for Creative Arts. She is a member of EST’s Playwrights Unit and has been a visiting writer at University of Michigan and University of Arizona. Cohen received her MFA from The New School and her BA from Princeton in anthropology and theatre. She teaches undergraduate playwriting and creative writing at The New School in NYC. Visit her at www.AliceEveCohen.com

Events

Women in the Arts Showcase

Thursday, October 4

Please join us for the Opening Reception and Women in the Arts Showcase to hear from a select group of alumni artists and student groups, and participate in interactive/collaborative creative activities. The Opening Reception will kick off in the New South tent at 6:30 p.m., followed by various performances, displays, and activities in the tent and the Lewis Arts complex beginning at 7:30 p.m. There will also be work by visual artists on display throughout the weekend at Maclean House.

Women in the Arts Showcase Program (PDF 52KB)

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Events

Alumnae Author Book Fair

Saturday, October 6

Please join us for the Alumnae Author Book Fair to hear from a select group of authors who will share their stories and discuss their work with other alumni. The Fair will be held Saturday, October 6 from 4:15-5:30 p.m. in Chancellor Green.

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