From her personal website:

In 2017, Alexandria worked on the revival of CHILDREN OF A LESSER GODas the director of Artistic Sign Language, which then found its home at Studio 54 in 2018. In the last two years, she worked as the ASL master for the third season of ABC’s Quantico and for Sundance Now’s This Close (both seasons).

From 2014-2016, she worked the fast and furious turn around of what became the Tony-nominated Deaf West production of SPRING AWAKENINGas the associate choreographer, also adding to her Broadway credits as Marlee Matlin’s understudy for “Adult Woman” and proudly being given the role of “Adult Woman” for the show’s final month at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.

​Alexandria shared the stage with Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline in the Public Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park production of MOTHER COURAGE, adapted by Tony Kushner and directed by George C. Wolfe.

The list of incredible artists and collaborators she has worked with is…unbelievable.  Some are international A-list actors, globally known directors, composers and visual artists, rising performers who are triple, dare I say, quadruple threats and others are brilliant individuals from local communities.

In early 2013, she became a resident member of the Heidi Latsky Dance Company.  The company performed at the Google building in NYC, at American Dance Festival, at Montclair State University for their Peak Performance series, and in honor of the 2015 Americans with Disability Act (ADA) celebration, performed at the Whitney Museum as well as in public spaces around NYC – more specifically, in Times Square, Chinatown, Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Highline, and in the windows of the Atrium on the grounds of Lincoln Center in HLD’s site specific performance piece- On Display.

In true artist-freelancing-in-multi-tasking form, she is a museum educator for the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, Lincoln Center Performing Arts and the Jewish Museum.  You may see her featured in the Guggenheim’s online ASL vlogs highlighting a few of their works in the Thanhauser Gallery.

For nearly ten years, she was a teaching artist with Theatre Development Fund (TDF) and with Interactive Drama & Education Awareness in Schools (IDEAS).  She continues to work with TDF with ASL directing the interpreting teams for their ‘hands up’ performances.  Between TDF and Hands On, she has walked a mile in theatre interpreter ‘shoes’ and interpreted ALADDIN, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA, ON YOUR FEET and in at the Delacorte, in  KING LEAR and  TAMING OF THE SHREW.