Alexandra (she/they) is an interdisciplinary actor + writer who loves playing with new mediums and storytelling possibilities. Currently, she is collaborating with the Columbia University MFA Directing & Playwriting cohorts while creating her own new works. For Columbia, she recently starred in a short play called "Where A Kid Can Be A Kid" written by Ellis Stump + Sam Kressner, directed by Danica Selem.


She received her MFA in Acting from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in England where she was awarded the Bonnie Hurren Prize for Consistent Excellence and Application. Alexandra is now based in New York City. She has trained at LAMDA and The University of Minnesota - where she received degrees in Theatre Performance Creation, Global Environmental Sustainability, and Gender + Sexuality Studies. Her writing moves across various themes + forms and her acting explores performance as a full body experience.


Alexandra is crazy about visceral stories in all mediums that make us feel the spectrum of emotions, leave us thinking in new ways + happily surprise us along the way.  Their goal is to create more stories that search for joy in mess +  beauty in chaos.

Up Next: In rehearsals for The Covenant, a new play by Sam Kressner