Alexa Criscitiello

Alexa Criscitiello

Alexa is a proud graduate of the College of Staten Island with a degree in Communications. She has performed both onstage and behind the scenes with La MaMa Experimental Theater Club, Theater For the New City, Midtown International Theater Festival, Richard Frankel Productions, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Scorpio Entertainment, Commercial Theater Institute, Fringe NYC, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity, and CAGE Theatre Company. Alexa enjoys short walks on long beaches, warm breezes on cool days, baked goods, having an opinion, and making things pretty.




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Posted: Jun. 12, 2017


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Broadway Beauties: Rounding Up All the Best Looks from the Tony Awards Red Carpet!Broadway Beauties: Rounding Up All the Best Looks from the Tony Awards Red Carpet!
June 12, 2017

The stars aligned tonight for Broadway's biggest partyand as everyone slipped out of costume and into their formal finery, some stars shone a little more brightly than some.

Lucky Number Seven: Celebrating the Many Tony Recognized Turns of Patti LuPoneLucky Number Seven: Celebrating the Many Tony Recognized Turns of Patti LuPone
June 8, 2017

Sassy, brassy, bawdy, and bold-- these are just a few adjectives used to describe the monstrous talent and intrepid persona of the one and only Patti LuPone. Throughout her career, these attributes have taken Pattito the absoluteheights of stardom and this year has been no different as the star enjoys her seventh Tony nomination for her role playing opposite Christine Ebersole in the hit musical, War Paint,

Overlooked Honors: Twelve 2017 Tony Categories We Wish ExistedOverlooked Honors: Twelve 2017 Tony Categories We Wish Existed
June 10, 2017

Each year, the Tony Awards honor Broadway's best and brightest from the current season. And though the awards are many, each year there are a few shows that bring a little something new and different to the stage that deserve their own brand of recognition.

Regional Riches: Celebrating the Legacy of Regional Theatres on BroadwayRegional Riches: Celebrating the Legacy of Regional Theatres on Broadway
May 27, 2017

Broadway shows are made, not born. Though the polished final product of a Broadway show seems to land before our very eyes as if put there by some divine circumstance, the life of the average show before it makes its way to New York is long.

Social: Broadway Represents at Fashion's Biggest Night- See All the Looks from the 2017 Met GalaSocial: Broadway Represents at Fashion's Biggest Night- See All the Looks from the 2017 Met Gala
May 1, 2017

Broadway's brightest have infiltrated fashion's biggest night. From stage veterans to Hollywood's frequent visitors to the stage, the talent of the Great White Way is turning it out on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art along with A-list Hollywood celebrities, models, musicians, sports, stars and more.

Sharing is Caring: A Short History of Tony Ties,  Multiple Wins, and Split Performances on the Great White WaySharing is Caring: A Short History of Tony Ties, Multiple Wins, and Split Performances on the Great White Way
May 6, 2017

This season, Manhattan Theatre Club stunned and excited theatregoers when it was announced that Laura Linney and Cynthia Nixon, two of the most formidable females of stage and screen, would be returning to the boards in an unconventional new revival of Lillian Hellman's family drama, The Little Foxes.

Home on the Grange: Taking in History with Jordan Fisher at the Home of HamiltonHome on the Grange: Taking in History with Jordan Fisher at the Home of Hamilton
April 29, 2017

Following the stunning success of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical, 'Hamilton', renewed interest in the life and history of the nation's first Treasury Secretary has taken hold among its legion of fans.

Will Tony Yazbeck and Laura Osnes Lead CRAZY FOR YOU Back to Broadway?Will Tony Yazbeck and Laura Osnes Lead CRAZY FOR YOU Back to Broadway?
April 11, 2017

Michael Riedel of the New York Post has reported that the recent concert version of the Gershwin jukebox musical, Crazy for You, starring Broadway favorites, Laura Osnes and Tony Yazbeck may be looking at a Broadway run.

AEA Joins 12 Unions in Congressional Appeal to Save the NEAAEA Joins 12 Unions in Congressional Appeal to Save the NEA
April 4, 2017

A jointcoalition of 12 national unions,Actors Equity Association among them,has penned an appealto members of Congress in defense of the National Endowment for the Arts.

JITNEY Fever: How One Play Secured August Wilson's Legacy While Redefining Race and Success on BroadwayJITNEY Fever: How One Play Secured August Wilson's Legacy While Redefining Race and Success on Broadway
April 9, 2017

This season welcomed the very first Broadway production of theAugust Wilson drama, Jitney. Based on the real-life cab services of the 1970's which would service clients of color when regular taxi cabs would not, the story examines the relationships of the community in and around a jitney station in Pittsburgh's Hill District. Being the last play of Wilson's American Century Cycle to reach the Main Stem, the production adds the final jewel to the crown of August Wilson's sterling Broadway legacy.

Let It Snow! FROZEN Producer Dishes on What's Next for the FranchiseLet It Snow! FROZEN Producer Dishes on What's Next for the Franchise
March 31, 2017

Disney is hard at work figuring out what comes next for the Frozen franchise. Entertainment Weekly recently spoke to the film's producer, Peter Del Vecho, and asked him to ask how are things coming along on the highly anticipated sequel.

Emilia Clarke to Star in West End Production of FIVE TIMES IN ONE NIGHTEmilia Clarke to Star in West End Production of FIVE TIMES IN ONE NIGHT
March 23, 2017

The Daily Mail has reported that Game of Thrones resident Khaleesi, Emilia Clarke, is set to visit the West End to star in a play Five Times In One Night, by American playwright, Chiara Ati.

BWW Interview: Catching Up with HOLIDAY INN Star and Humanitarian Bryce PinkhamBWW Interview: Catching Up with HOLIDAY INN Star and Humanitarian Bryce Pinkham
March 25, 2017

Emilio Criscitiello is a musician, published author, and resident music teacher at The Hungerford School in Staten Island, New York. A veteran teacher of students with special needs for over twenty years, he instructs, inspires, and empowers his students to a path of acceptance and joy through the magic of the arts and the power of music. He also happens to be my father. So when he called to tell me that a 'Broadway guy' would be visiting his school to act as principal for the day, my interest was very easily piqued.

Celebrating International Women's Day: Five Fierce Females Who Made Theatre HistoryCelebrating International Women's Day: Five Fierce Females Who Made Theatre History
March 8, 2017

The question of gender parity in the theatre is a matter that has long been explored within our community. While recent Broadway seasons have taken encouraging steps toward better female representation, both on and offstage, the question of gender equality within the theatre continues to be a hotly debated issue across the theatrical sphere.

BWW Exclusive: Lucy Simon Reveals Details for New SECRET GARDEN SongBWW Exclusive: Lucy Simon Reveals Details for New SECRET GARDEN Song
February 23, 2017

At tonight's exciting opening of the brand-new revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Lapine's, 'Sunday in the Park with George', BroadwayWorld correspondent, Richard Ridge, got the inside scoop on another exciting revival that may also be poised for a run on Broadway.

Social: Hillary Clinton Receives Standing Ovation at SUNSET BOULEVARDSocial: Hillary Clinton Receives Standing Ovation at SUNSET BOULEVARD
February 15, 2017

After a warm welcome at 'In Transit', former presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton received another standingovation from an enthusiastic Broadway houseat the Wednesday night performance of "Sunset Boulevard.'

In Their Own Words: Arts Organizations on the Importance of the National Endowment for the ArtsIn Their Own Words: Arts Organizations on the Importance of the National Endowment for the Arts
February 18, 2017

The overall assumption regarding an interest in the arts seems to be one of partisan politics. Its value is an often debated topic in a divided nation whose idealistic chasm grows wider by the day. For many, the fate of the arts remains a concern of those confined to what conservatives label a 'coastal bubble.' A fringe frivolity to be cast aside in favor of funding more 'practical' ventures.

MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL to Receive New York Staged ReadingMOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL to Receive New York Staged Reading
February 3, 2017

A new casting notice from Actors Equity has revealed that a springstaged reading is of Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge is currently in the works.

Big Brother Heads to Broadway; UK '1984' Will Transfer for 2017/2018 SeasonBig Brother Heads to Broadway; UK '1984' Will Transfer for 2017/2018 Season
February 2, 2017

Big Brother may be watching, but soon Broadway fans will have the opportunity to watch right back.In a move that is as timely as it is eerie, the laudedstage adaptation of George Orwell's classicdystopian novel1984will make the leap fromthe West End to Broadway this summer.

Bryan Cranston to Get Mad as Hell in Ivo van Hove's NETWORK Stage AdaptationBryan Cranston to Get Mad as Hell in Ivo van Hove's NETWORK Stage Adaptation
January 26, 2017

It was announced this afternoon that Emmy and Tony Award-winner, Bryan Cranston will be sitting at the news desk of HowardBealein Ivo van Hove's stage adaptation of the 1976 satirical classic, 'Network.'



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