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. She is proudly 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 ROGUEMAKER: A Science Fiction Podcast,
recently 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?
Alexandra is over the moon to be the voice of
Woh́́ Ollum, the Bandmate, in new sci-fi
audio drama ROGUEMAKER.
Check out the official site to learn more!
The Drowsy Chaperone
Recently, Alexandra performed as Janet van de Graaff in The Drowsy Chaperone at the
Jeanne Rimsky Theater!
Directed by Tom Rocco.
Dog Sees God
Alexandra was part of the first production of Dramatists Unite! Collective's main stage season as CB's Sister in
Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead !
Having played Sally Brown at the ripe age of ten, this was a wonderfully full circle moment.