Born and raised in Orlando, Florida, Alexandria received her Undergraduate BA in Costume Design from Rollins College and her MFA in Costume Design and Technology from West Virginia University.
She has designed productions at both educational institutions as well as in the community and professionally, currently serving as the Costume Shop Manager for the Orlando Family Stage.
Her recent design highlights include costume designing for Orlando Family Stage's Youth Academy Production of Finding Nemo Jr, Rollins College's production of Sweat and the Children's Theatre of Charlotte's production of Tomás and the Library Lady.
Previous designs include Florida Repertory Theatre's MainStage Production of The Miracle Worker and Sylvia. Design productions of House of Blue Leaves and The Cocktail Hour both received rave reviews by the Wall Street Journal.
Other highlights include designing the World Premiere of Doublewide, Florida Rep's 2016 PlayLab winner, Curious George and the Golden Meatball, The Giver, Peter and the Starcatcher, School of Rock the Musical (FL Premiere) and Madagascar Jr- The Musical.
Alexandria was featured in Granduer Magazine's April 2018 Issue as part of their Grand Faces of SWFL Feature- You can read more about her in the article under the About- Press tab.
When not bringing theatre to life Alexandria enjoys farmers markets, thrifting, antique and vintage marts, traveling and seeing live theater. She wants to thank her familia for their continuous support.
Check out my recent work highlighted on my professional Instagram Page- @alexandriavazquezdesign. Click the ICON below.
Photo- Ray Vazquez