|Martha Speaks character|
|First appearance||Martha Plays a Part (episode)|
|Created by||Susan Meddaugh|
Alice Boxwood is a character from the children's sitcom Martha Speaks.
Details[edit | edit source]
Alice is Helen Lorraine's best female friend. She's fun and energetic, and although she's a really good athlete, she is generally very clumsy. She approaches life with enormous enthusiasm, and she secretly nurses the desire to be a ballet dancer.
Personality and Skills[edit | edit source]
Alice is generally clumsy; she (formerly secretly) wants to be a ballet dancer (in addition to liking watching ballet), and she has started taking lessons. She also likes to do sports like ice hockey and is very energetic.
In the episode Alice Covers Up, her skin was dyed orange due to over-usage of a sunscreen concentrated with a dyeing agent.
She is quite perky and cheerful but sometimes she can be stubborn or moody, especially when she is mad at someone (often at Ronald, her older brother).
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Alice usually wears a green/blue striped shirt, olive green shorts, and orange shoes (one shoe is occasionally seen untied). Her hair is blond, and she has glasses.
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