Alexander Trice immigrated to Detroit in 2003 from Oxfordshire, England. He graduated Brother Rice High School (Class of ‘07), and studied for three years at Wayne State University’s Department of Theatre.

Since leaving Wayne State, Trice has been an active member of the Detroit theatre community. With other artists he has co-founded four theatre companies in the Detroit area; The Detroit Broadcasting Co. (Stage Manager / Production Manager / Technical Director), <3 [Less-than-three] Productions (Stage Manager / Technical Director / Publicity Design), Slipstream Theatre Initiative (Technical Director, Stage Director, Actor, Designer, Properties Artist), and art4artillery theatre Co. (Stage Manager / Scenic Designer / Technical Director). Trice has been working diligently with a number companies in the areas of acting, stage management, scenic design, technical direction, and properties: including Water Works Theatre Co. of Royal Oak, Box-Fest Detroit, Planet-Ant Theatre of Hamtramck, PuppetArt – Detroit Puppet Theatre, The Ringwald Theatre of Ferndale, and at Michigan Opera Theatre where he is currently rehearsing to perform in his ninth opera production as a supernumerary with the company, Gounod's Faust. A Highlight of his career was under the Direction of Bernard Uzan; he created and performed the role a Mime (Comedy) of the clown troupe in an expanded production of I Pagliacci. Additionally, Trice has served as an audition runner for the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra since 2012.