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Alexa Racioppi

New York City Based Performer, Creator and Educator. Puerto Rican, Italian American. Feminist.

Space Enthusiast. 

Alexa is currently in the process of receiving her Paralegal degree through the Equity union benefit, free college with union plus. She is working towards this degree with the intention of volunteering within the local government to advocate for causes she believes in. Alexa is passionate about arts advocacy, environmental protection and gender equality.

Alexa' dance career began at the age of 10 performing at Carnegie Hall. She went on to study with American Ballet Theatre and Manhattan Youth Ballet, working with Daniel Ulbricht, Deborah Wingert, Wendy Whelan and more in hopes of achieving her dream of becoming a professional ballerina. Along the way, broadway stole her heart! She has been working professionally in the theatre community since graduating from Montclair State University with a BFA in Dance Performance and a BFA in Musical Theatre.  

Alexa has been teaching musical theatre dance and ballet as well as choreographing shows in New Jersey and NYC for over 10 years! Alexa has had the pleasure of retuning to her Alma Mater as an adjunct professor, teaching ballet to the BFA musical theatre students. 

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Height: 5’4”

Eyes: Green

Voice: Mezzo/Belter F3-F6




Troika Entertainment

dir. Trevor Nunn, chor. Andy Blankenbuehler


A Chorus Line

On Your Feet!

West Side Story

Beauty and the Beast

A Chorus Line


Anything Goes

West Side Story (original chor.) West Side Story


The Full Monty


The Best Little Whorehouse…

42nd Street (original chor.)

Sing For Your Supper


Val, u/s Cassie, Dance Captain Rachel, Dance Captain

Estella, u/s Rosalia

Silly Girl, Ensemble


Patty Simcox

Reno Sweeney

Velma, u/s Anita




Dance Captain Ensemble

Dance Captain Ensemble


Swing, Asst. Choreographer

Assistant Choreographer

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, dir. Blake Robison

Paper Mill Playhouse, dir/chor. Alex Sanchez

Marriott Theatre, dir. Victor Malana Maog, chor. Alex Sanchez Paper Mill Playhouse, dir. Mark S. Hoebee, chor. Alex Sanchez Ivoryton Playhouse, dir. Todd Underwood

Ivoryton Playhouse, dir. Todd Underwood

Kasser Theatre, dir. Clay James, chor. Patrice Dlugos

Kasser Theatre, dir. Mark Hardy, chor. James Kinney

Ivoryton Playhouse, dir. Todd Underwood

Fox Theatre, dir. John Housley, chor. Todd Underwood

Point Sebago Resort

Memorial Theatre, dir. Gary Jon LaRose

Memorial Theatre, dir. Joe Joyce, chor. Valerie White

Kasser Theatre, dir. Clay James

Leshowitz Hall, dir. Sarah Brett England

Memorial Theatre, dir. Matt Williams, chor. Kim Whittam



Sleeping Beauty (Friends)

Death and the Maiden

Waltz and the Fairies

Minuet from Divertimento #15

Spent Days Out Yonder


Symbolic Logic

Running Spirits

Martha Graham

Marius Petipa

David Justin

Alexia Hess

George Balanchine

Bill T. Jones

Anthony Tudor

Sean Curran

Earl Mosley

Martha Graham School/Kasser Theatre American Ballet Theatre (Educational) American Ballet Theatre (Educational) Carnegie Hall

Manhattan Youth Ballet

Kasser Theatre, Memorial Theatre

Kasser Theatre, Memorial Theatre

Kasser Theatre, Memorial Theatre

Kasser Theatre, Memorial Theatre


Montclair State University — BFA Musical Theatre / BFA Dance

American Ballet Theatre; Manhattan Youth Ballet

Voice: Noel Smith, George Spitzer, Deidre Friel

Acting: Mark Hardy, Clay James, Mercedes Murphey, Alan Souza

Ballet: Deborah Wingert, Daniel Ulbrict, Marina Strasvitckova, Lynne Grossman

Jazz: James Kinney, Matt Williams, Jeff Shade

Tap: Katharine Ponza, Jeff Shade, Clay James, Patrice Dlugos, Hillary Atkinsom

Modern: Earl Mosley, Maxine Steinman, Christian VonHoward, Joao Carvalo


Spanish (conversational); Advanced partnering and pas de deux experience; Advanced pointe; Tap; Alto saxophone; Cartwheel; Whistle; Golf; NJ drivers license; Valid US passport

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