Alexandra has been acting, singing, and playing for as long
as she can remember. From the moment she debuted
her original one-woman show Dogs: The Musical
at her fourth birthday party, she knew this is what she wanted
to spend her life doing. Although Dogs never made it big,
Alexandra continues to explore and create wherever she can.
They are a NY-based stage, screen, and voice actor,
and graduate of Wagner College’s Theatre Performance program (Summa Cum Laude, with Honors). Alexandra is passionate about telling and uplifting stories, and is a proud Jewish performer and member of the LGBTQ+ community. They are represented by Bret Adams, Ltd.
Select Credits include: The Drowsy Chaperone (Janet), She Loves Me (Customer #3/Amalia U/S), Or, (Aphra Behn), Dog Sees God (CB’s Sister), As You Like It (Phebe), and Rise Up! Young Holocaust Heroes (Tali). You can also hear them as the speaking and singing voice of
Woh́́ Ollum in the Audio Verse Award Winning audio drama ROGUEMAKER: A Science Fiction Podcast,
reviewed and featured on BBC Radio.
When not performing, Alexandra works as an Early Childhood Music and Movement Educator for Music TogetherⓇ, bringing music to children and their adults. Her favorite hobbies include studying American Sign Language, practicing puppetry, taking care of her rescue pets Missy, Chagall, and Hieronymus, and creating new stories
playing Dungeons and Dragons.
What's Going On?
54 Goes To The Library
The Big Bad
Alexandra is the singing and speaking voice of Claire Swift in the new terrifying
audio drama Rocking Chair.
Created by Scantic River Productions,
Rocking Chair (or Settlement) is a horror musical podcast that tells the tale of characters lured into a haunted forest over the course of three centuries, the ghosts that haunted them there, and the mysterious rocking chair at the heart of it all.
Alexandra was thrilled to return to 54 Below
in 54 Goes To The Library, which featured show tunes based on all genres of literature.
Check out the highlight reel below to see them perform "Changing My Major" and "Lily's Eyes".
Alexandra joined IlluminArt's Summer Touring Company as a part of this TYA Tour!
She helped bring this charming dino-riffic tale to children and their families, playing the roles of Niece Natalie and Miss Annasaurus.
54 Sings Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
2022 - 2023
The Drowsy Chaperone
Alexandra made their 54 Below debut in this sold-out concert celebrating the humor and truth behind the music of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
Check out the highlight reel below to see Alexandra perform "Maybe She's Not Such A Heinous Bitch After All" and "J.A.P. (Jewish American Princess) Battle"!
Best Composition for the original song
"Wanderer's Lament", performed by Alexandra.
Check out the official site to learn more, and the soundtrack link to hear the award-winning music!
Alexandra performed as Janet van de Graaff in The Drowsy Chaperone at the
Jeanne Rimsky Theater!
Directed by Tom Rocco.