Alexis (she/her) is a member of Actor’s Equity Association and has spent the last decade acting in new play premieres across the country and virtually. Off-broadway New York credits include: “Dishwater Blonde,” a solo show about Eva Braun by David Turkel; Claire Keichel’s “Paul Swan is Dead” and Gone” with The Civilians; and Gabriel Jason Dean’s “Triggered” at Cherry Lane Theatre with The Amoralists. She has performed in two premieres at the international Fusebox Festival in Austin and two premieres at the Seattle Children’s Theater and was a team member of Philadelphia Improv. Alexis has taught ages preschool through adulthood in settings that range from classrooms to universities to camps to the Redwoods. She ran the middle school and upper school theatre program at The Baldwin School in Philadelphia and was an adjunct instructor at UT Austin, the director of middle and high school musicals at the Headwaters School in Austin, an instructor with the Orthodox Jewish Center for Performing Arts in Brooklyn, a regular member/teacher with the Manton Ave Project in Rhode Island, and a counselor/drama instructor at the tech-free Camp Grounded in California. She has facilitated workshops for the Michener Writer’s Center and was the lab coordinator for Kerrigan and Lowdermilk’s THE MAD ONES International Virtual Lab. Alexis loves poetry, tree climbing, crossword puzzles, dance parties, and snuggling with her cat and dog.
M.F.A., University of Texas at Austin