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Alexia Jasmene

 
Bio:
Alexia Jasmene is a LA based actor/musician/comedian/poet. She is a trans woman that plays strong women aged 18-35 both trans and cis gender (not transgender). She recently moved from Chicago where she was grateful to grace the stage and world premiere in Kinfolk as Eleanor (The New Colony) Naming ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Alexia Jasmene is a LA based actor/musician/comedian/poet. She is a trans woman that plays strong women aged 18-35 both trans and cis gender (not transgender). She recently moved from Chicago where she was grateful to grace the stage and world premiere in Kinfolk as Eleanor (The New Colony) Naming ... (read complete bio)

 

Alexia Jasmene Biography

Alexia Jasmene is a LA based actor/musician/comedian/poet. She is a trans woman that plays strong women aged 18-35 both trans and cis gender (not transgender). She recently moved from Chicago where she was grateful to grace the stage and world premiere in Kinfolk as Eleanor (The New Colony) Naming True as Amy in Sarasota, FL (Urbanite Theatre), Mary Shelley Sees the Future as Claire Claremont (Runaways Lab), and Warrior as Xena in THE TEN festival (Gift Theatre). She also was in Merry Christmas Mulch Pile! as Laura (Mercy Street Theatre), Picnic as Millie (American Theatre Company) and several staged readings such as Transcripts as Sandra (About Face Theatre) with an all trans cast and director, and Pro Am as Nastasia (Sideshow Theatre) that left a lasting mark in her heart. She is currently pursuing TV, Film, Voiceover, and music in LA and believes that the power of stories are palpable and have the power to open our hearts and change our minds.




Alexia Jasmene News

Playwright Incubator PlayGround-LA Announces 11th Season Of New Plays Photo Playwright Incubator PlayGround-LA Announces 11th Season Of New Plays
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 15, 2022

PlayGround-LA, Los Angeles's leading incubator for a new generation of playwrights, has shared plans for its eleventh season.

Celebration Theatre to Present TALES OF THE TRANSCESTORS - 6 Stories Of Trans Heroes  Photo Celebration Theatre to Present TALES OF THE TRANSCESTORS - 6 Stories Of Trans Heroes Throughout History
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 31, 2022

Celebration Theatre is presenting a cast of trans and non-binary actors the platform to bring their trans* heroes to life on stage. Tales from the Transcestors is the telling of six transgender stories across history. It is a multi-genre experience inclusive of music, poetry, and vignettes.

Violet Surprise Theatre Presents SAPPHFEST: SUMMER QUEERANCE Photo Violet Surprise Theatre Presents SAPPHFEST: SUMMER QUEERANCE
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 24, 2020

Violet Surprise Theatre presents SapphFest: Summer Queerance! A Virtual Queer Variety Show, July 30 & 31.

Violet Surprise Theatre to Present SAPPHFEST: PRIDE EDITION Photo Violet Surprise Theatre to Present SAPPHFEST: PRIDE EDITION
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 18, 2020

SapphFest: Pride Edition is Violet Surprise's second virtual variety show celebrating queer women and non-binary artists from all over the country and internationally, through storytelling, comedy, clown, music, poetry, performance art, and play readings.

LEZFEST Showcase Announced for December 16 Photo LEZFEST Showcase Announced for December 16
by Julie Musbach - Nov 12, 2018

LezFest, the popular and ever-evolving interdisciplinary program of performance by queer female and non-binary artists, will return for its eighth session on Sunday, December 16. Previously known as SheFest and WeFest, this twice-annual event will include performances by 12 artists in The Broadway theater of the Pride Arts Center, 4139 N. Broadway.

BWW Review: Minka Wiltz Sizzles in the World Premiere of Natalie Symons' NAMING TRUE at Urbanite Theatre
by Peter Nason - Jun 30, 2017

Following the success of 'The Buffalo Kings' and 'Lark Eden,' Symons once again is in top form with NAMING TRUE.

BWW Review: NAMING TRUE at Urbanite Theatre
by Carolan Trbovich - Jun 19, 2017

Urbanite Theatre Premiers Naming True

BWW Review: Will Davis Casts An Imaginative, Modern Lens on William Inge's PICNIC
by Rachel Weinberg - Mar 27, 2017

In putting together American Theater Company's current production of William Inge's classic play PICNIC, Artistic Director Will Davis said he wanted his cast "to reflect the playwright and the powerful forces in his own psyche that kept him from happiness and fulfillment." Indeed, the actors Davis has cast certainly unlock a great deal of humanity in PICNIC's characters. As outsider Hal, Molly Brennan delivers a particularly inspired performance and bestows an immense depth of feeling into her role. While this is the first time I've seen a staging of PICNIC, I imagine that Hal is often played more broadly and more stereotypically typecast as a "macho" man-aggressive and assertive. In Brennan's Hal, however, there is a beautiful earnestness and genuine desire for acceptance and belonging. This also makes Hal's desire for Madge (Malic White) a more powerful longing for human connection. Alongside Brennan, White's Madge also has a similar desire for understanding-though the role could be played more desperate still. White's self-assured take on the character does not allow Madge to emit as much desperation as she might.

American Theater Company Packs Its Basket with Talent for PICNIC This Spring
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2017

American Theater Company (ATC) continues its Season 32 with William Inge's Pulitzer Prize-winning Picnic.

The Gift Theatre to Welcome Return of TEN This January
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2017

TEN, The Gift Theatre's annual season kickoff celebration of ten 10-minute pieces curated by artistic director Michael Patrick Thornton and associate artistic director Paul D'Addario, returns January 5-15, 2017.