October 2020- Currently
After nine months of research, applications, monologue prep, auditions, callbacks, and narrowing down final choices I began attending my number one choice for grad school beginning in October--LAMDA. I am so grateful to be pursuing my MA in Classical Acting for Professional Theatre. Upon beginning classes, London entered lockdown. But now - almost 6 months later we will be returning to in person classes in March. In conjunction with the classes we will be performing three plays in rep. Richard II, The Dog in the Manger, and The Duchess of Malfi. In the meantime, check out our December performance of "Wait for it" for Ensemble Singing, with West End cast member Waylon Jacobs as Aaron Burr
Feel free to watch it on Amazon Prime here.
Banana Season, the most recent feature I was lucky enough to be a part of finished up it 's 8th film festival on the festival circuit. And is NOW AVAILABLE FOR STREAMING. You can find it on Amazon Prime, IMDB TV, Xumo, and Tubi!
So grateful to have the opportunity to work with amazing directors during the time of isolation on some of our most treasured classical and contemporary projects. Past roles have included
Hannah - Arcadia
Bianca - Taming of the Shrew
Adrienne - Cry It Out
Becca - Rabbit Hole
Maria - Twelfth Night
Celia - As you Like it
Directors for the Actor's Round Table include Melanie Keller (IL), Jemma Levy (VA), Allen MacLoud (NY), David Jenkins (FL) and recent Drama League Directing Fellow Emma Rosa Went (NY)
"Gonzalez's Elizabeth is a formidable presence." and "She's as strong as they come."
--Ran Xoa, Theasy.com - "Old Names for Wildflowers"
"The play, nonetheless, is at its best musically and vocally. The casting for the most part is excellent, and vocally the entire ensemble is spot on.The ensemble is also enjoyable to watch and they manage to do quite a lot with this relatively small stage. "
-- Roger Gonzalez, Local Theatre NY - "Lili Marlene the Musical"
"Blowers has cast a highly skilled and talented cast. They deliver the songs and dances with high energy and vibrancy. They give life to a world that is on the verge of mass destruction. Lili Marlene tells the story of love during this horrific time in history. It puts a sweet twist on how love is possible even in the dreariest of times. " -- Yani Perez, Off Off Online - "Lili Marlene the Musical"
"Their friends Paulinka, a glamorous but drug-addled star (Alexandra Gonzalez) and Gregor "Baz," a gay man (David Guiden) provide fine performances as actors whose lives are changed radically by the political situation" --Nancy Bishop, Gaper's Block-- "A Bright Room Called Day"
"The talented, tireless quartet made up of Kyrie Anderson, Kristine Burdi, Alexandra Gonzalez and Colette Todd, whose sweet harmonies are the production's greatest asset." -- The Daily Herald - "The Bikinis"
"Alexandra Gonzalez makes a graceful, childlike Ariel. Sporting a long, crimson wig and displaying a clear voice, Ms. Gonzalez makes a winsome, lovable Little Mermaid." -- Colin Douglas, The Chicago Theatre Review - "The Little Mermaid"