Alice Regnouf was a scholarship student at The Ailey School (American Dance Theater). She is a versatile performer who studied classical dance with C. Martinez, D. Wingert, F. De Vita, M. Person; the Horton Technique with M. Myers, F. Moore, A. Forsythe, A. Hurd; Graham technique with P. Frank, C. Dakin, K. Predmore; jazz/ contemporary dance with H. Wright, M. Thomas; and dance theater/tap with Victor J. DiMonda and K. LaRue.
In her studies before moving to the USA, Alice attended weekly acting classes with F. Petit at Lycée Jean Racine, Paris. In the dual dance-high school programme at Boulogne-Billancourt Regional, she participated in the Outreach Conservatory (Lycée Jean Racine, Paris) and studied classical dance with D. Franchetti, assistant professor to Christiane Vaussard; contemporary dance with Y. Grand; and jazz dance with V. Barrau-Mauban and M. Hurley, who performed in "A Chorus Line" and "Bubblin’ Brown Sugar."
Alice earned her baccalauréat degree in dance and literature (June 2015) and the Certificat d’Études Chorégraphiques (Diplôme d’Études Chorégraphiques), studying dance history, music theory, and anatomy.