Alice Brownlee

Alice is a songwriter, singer, actress, clown, gardener, and sign interpreter. She has helped co-create eight environmental plays for the Portable Theatre group, which has toured in Canada and the U.S.A. She helped create "Raiders of the Lost Breath" and celebrated the one hundredth birthday of Parks Canada with "Forevergreen". Also created was the "Message in a Bottle" play, for the Ministry of Environment", Ontario. She has written the Green Anthem "If You Love This Planet" and "Fish Out of Water" amongst many other songs.

Her clown development has been enriched during her four years with Richard Pochinko learning the ins and outs of North American Indian and European style clowning.

Her environment interest has developed through work with the "Don Valley Cleanup", Friends of the Rouge, Great Lakes United, The Green Party, Pollution Probe, Greenpeace and the Ministry of Environment.

Alice's love of the land has led her to work and study the cycles of nature. In seven years of professional gardening with the Theta Environments Tree Crew, Fahey Landscaping, Metro Parks and Green Goddess gardening, she has developed, great respect for and knowledge of trees and flowers.

In collaboration with Della Burford on "Journey to Dodo Land", she utilized sign language in the Deaf and Hearing Schools throughout Ontario. Alice co-wrote "Inside Me", a song used in the Dodo Land performance in New York.
(Alice is also a Dodoland Angel)

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