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- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Age Range: 25 - 35
- Eyes: Green
- Hair: Brown
- Height: 5' 5"
Alysha was most recently seen in 14/48:TWQTF (The 14/48 Projects), In The Grey City (Theater Schmeater), When You Wish Upon a Pizza (The 14/48 Projects), The Country Wife (Theater Schmeater), You Can't Take It With You (Sound Theatre), The Twilight Zone: Live! (Theater Schmeater), Much Better (Really-Really Theatre Group), Coyote Tails (The 14/48 Projects), Private Lives (Reboot Theatre), My Man Godfrey (Theater Schmeater), and The Lost Girls (Annex Theatre).
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See Alysha next in Such A Pretty Face with Theater Schmeater performing April 19-May 4, 2019. Written by Sage Martin and Directed by Maggie Rogers.
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"Curry is charming and innocent when she finds herself in trouble, bringing some humor to the production. This episode alone is worth a visit to Theater Schmeater." -Drama in the Hood on The Twilight Zone: Live!
"Lead Alysha Curry offers an impressive performance in the debut production from Really Really Theatre Group, says critic Dusty Somers. Curry takes the stage panting for air, and her wide-ranging performance traverses a path from breathless to nearly comatose. The desperation of Curry’s performance brings this concept to life, consistently reminding us of the avalanche of unspeakable feelings that are bound up inside. It’s an impressive feat." -The Seattle Times on Much Better
"As Ashley, Alysha Curry has the heaviest lifting to do. Not only is she on stage for the entire play, but she is called on to carry off not only a rich range of emotions but more trickily, the widest variety of emotional dynamic range. And at no time on the journey did the feelings seem forced or out of scale… except when meant to." Sex and Longing and Theatre on Much Better
"She was simply phenomenal - seemed to bring to this play a lived experience at a deep level. To connect with the audience very personally through her vulnerability." Gregory Awards Nominator on Much Better
"Such a transformation! From the manic depressive moments to the slow dissolution of emotion, Alysha as Ashley effectively and effortlessly conveyed a tremendous journey of mind and soul transformation." Gregory Awards Nominator on Much Better
"The cast is also a solid group, beginning with Alysha Curry who plays Ashley. [...] Curry manages this transition beautifully, and in a managed progression that works to perfectly step through all the phases." Seattle Gay News on Much Better
"The character with the troubling personality is Ashley. She is performed with focus and flair by Alysha Curry. " -Drama in the Hood on Much Better
"Alysha Curry's Sybil is young and fretful, and a polished comedian." -Broadway World on Private Lives
"Most stories about highfalutin’ life in the 1930s require a wisecracking maid, and Alysha Curry as Molly has an admirable, eye-rolling world-weariness. We should all be so sanguine when dealing with the fickleness of the world" -The Seattle Times on My Man Godfrey
"The performances of Alysha Curry as Molly the maid [...] displayed quick comedic timing and attention to detail that kept the audience laughing all night." -Drama in the Hood on My Man Godfrey
"Alysha Curry as Rosa makes the most of her few lines with a consistently hilarious delivery, and she sells her arc from virginal sweetheart to very chill Bacchae." -Deconstruct on The Lost Girls
"The cast is a handful of young talents [...] they include Rosa (Alysha Curry) who is a religious intellectual with summer camp curiosity about Lesbian sex (and turns out to be the funniest character of them all.) -Seattle Gay News on The Lost Girls
"Rosa, played by Alysha Curry, performs hilarious, dry monologues [...] that afterwards leave the audience gasping for breath." -Drama in the Hood on The Lost Girls
"The supporting cast is also very strong with two terrific performances from the show’s “villains’, Jasmine Joshua as Mrs. Shepard, Hazel’s revenge seeking jilted lover, and Alysha Curry as Miss Browning, the new lover to Mrs. Shepard. [...] Both actresses seem to be very much enjoying their bodice ripping villainy and both give delightful performances." -Seattle Gay Scene on My Dear Miss Chancellor
"Both antagonists exuded unique, hysterical energy to the play: I could not keep my eyes off [...] coquettish confidant Charlotte Browning played by Alysha Curry." -Broadway World on My Dear Miss Chancellor
"Alysha Curry as Lydia is scrumptious. Her big eyes invite and exalt. She's a temptress.." -Seattle Times on The Masters
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