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(for workshops, consultations or CURRICULUM VITAE)

Alexis (She/Her) has taught undergraduates, high school students, and professional workshops, and has over a decade of professional work in the acting and movement world, including assisting on Broadway.  She is certified in several movement and acting techniques, and is an enthusiastic advocate for consent and inclusion practices in the performance classroom. 


Alexis is on Michigan State University theatre faculty as Assistant Professor of Acting-Movement, teaching Acting, Movement, Stage Combat, and more, working with undergrads and graduate students. She is absolutely thrilled to work with the team at MSU!

See an example of her recent innovative MSU movement work and teaching

during COVID in this article and video

Certified in Intimacy Direction with
Intimacy Directors and Coordinators

Alexis is certified to teach workshops for actors in Intimacy and consent work, as well as a trained movement specialist for the safe and dynamic choreography of physical storytelling that includes intimacy.

"A Certified Intimacy Director (ID) with IDC has trained in our methodology specifically for theatre and live performance. These distinguished professionals represent the highest standard in intimacy artistry for the stage."




Recently served as Lead Movement Teacher for the theatre workshops at the Tennessee Arts Academy, a week-long teacher training conference.