August 2018

Previously Alexa has been seen in Ivoryton Playhouse's 2018 summer season. Having played Val in

A Chorus Line, for which she is nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle Award for best featured actress in a musical!


May 29- July 3 2019

 Alexa was last seen as a Silly Girl and in the ensemble at the

Paper Mill Playhouse in their production of Beauty and the Beast!



Alexa can be seen as Demeter in the curent Broadway National Tour of CATS! With new choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler. Click the image above for tour dates and ticket information. Be sure to let Alexa know you are coming via instagram! @alexaracioppi

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as Val
In A Chorus Line
Nominated for a
Connecticut Critics Circle Award
for best featured actress in a musical

"Alexa Racioppi as Val, delivers the best “tits and ass” sequence (“Dance: Ten: Looks: Three”) I’ve ever seen... – it’s sassy and stylish and basically demands that the audience acknowledge the essence of what the song is about."

-Geary Danihy Connecticut Critics Circle

"Her [Alexa] performance of “Dance: Ten; Looks: Three” is hands down the best number in the show."

-Tim Leininger Journal Inquirer

"Opening act two with “Dance, Ten; Looks, Three” (aka Tits and Ass) is Alexa Racioppi, who, as Val, brings down the house."                                                  -Don Church and Tony Schillaci Critics On The Aisle

“'Dance: Ten; Looks: Three' is certainly one of them [showstoppers], especially as performed with joyful dynamism by Alexa Racioppi (Val), whose sheer gutter-mouthed glee is irresistible."

-Brooks Appelbaum Shoreline Times

"Alexa Racioppi's Val was perky and hilarious during 'Dance: Ten, Looks: Three'."

-Joseph Harrison Broadway World

as Patty Simcox
In Grease

"Miss Alexa Racioppi as 'Patty Simcox'- an absolutely charming performance."

-Howard Steven Frydman The Howard

"Patty, the goody, goody girl, who is more annoying than mean, is bouncingly brought to life by Alexa Racioppi, who is perfection as the beautiful cheerleader trying unsuccessfully to steal Danny away from Sandy."

-Don Church and Tony Schillaci Critics On The Aisle

as reno Sweeney 
in anything goes