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Alyssa Hickman Grove is a Salt Lake City writer and theatre artist. Her acting credits include ENCHANTED APRIL at StageRight Theatre Company; RABBIT HOLE and CHARLEY’S AUNT at Pinnacle Acting Company; THREE TALL WOMEN at the Salt Lake Acting Company; YOU MIGHT AS WELL LIVE! at the London Frontier Theatre Company; CRIMES OF THE HEART at Logan’s Lyric Theatre; PACK OF LIES at Utah State University; THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS and CHAMBER MUSIC at Canada College in Redwood City, California; KING LEAR at Park City Shakespeare Festival; THE MERCHANT OF VENICE at the University of Utah’s Babcock Theatre; THE GREAT NEBULA IN ORION at the U’s Lab Theatre; and OEDIPUS REX at the U’s Classical Greek Theatre Festival. Her directing credits include THE AUTHOR’S VOICE at Utah State University and SHIVAREE at the University of Utah. Alyssa has studied at American Conservatory Theatre, the University of Edinburgh, San Francisco State University, Utah State University, and the University of Utah, where she received her BA in theatre. She also has been a lifelong dancer, studying ballet, modern, jazz, tap, ballroom, and flamenco. Alyssa has written for publications including The Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, Utah Business, Utah Homes and Garden, Salt Lake Observer, Ancestry, Catalyst, City Weekly, and Utah Bride and Groom, as well as publishers including Woodland Publishing and Ancestry.com. She is currently working on writing fiction.