Tice Allison on Stage
Tice Allison’s penchant for breathing life into disreputable characters has afforded him a worthy list of performance credits.
Most recently he was cast as the scoundrel and sexual predator Steve Heidebrecht in “August-Osage County,” the Pulitzer Prize winning play by Tracy Letts (6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa, CA; directed by Craig A. Miller)
He was the new age weirdo in “Snowing at Delphi,” (Napa Valley Playhouse; directed by Barry Martin). In Gene Abravaya’s “The Final Scene,” (6th Street Playhouse; directed by Tim Kniffen), he played the dented cameraman, Boseman. He performed in the west coast premiere of “Kite’s Book,” (6th Street Playhouse; directed by Craig A. Miller) playing the vicious thug, Jack Wyld. He shared the stage with veteran film, television and stage actor, Charles Siebert, as the despised older brother, Gooper, in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” (6th Street Playhouse; directed by Michael Fontaine).
Mr. Allison’s other credits include the stage plays, “Reckless,” “Dinner with Friends,” “The Grapes of Wrath,” numerous original stage works for Starlite Studios in San Jose, and the well-received performance art renditions of Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” and “The Tell Tale Heart.”