Alex J. Frantz
Freelance business-Minded Entrepreneur, focusing in theater and performance. Carnegie Mellon University BFA drama graduate, College and University Honors ’16. My directing thesis was Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl. In the Fall of 2015, I collaborated with Karina Cochran on her play Where All Good Rabbits Go. In spring of 2015 I completed the Tepper Semester through Syracuse University. I observed on The Mysteries of Love and Sex by Bathsheba Doran Dir. Sam Gold and Gloria by Branden Jacob-Jenkins Dir. Evan Cabnet. In between, I served as the Casting intern for McCorkle Casting, under the mentorship of Pat McCorkle. My hometown is Appleton, Wisconsin. I completed the Renaissance School for the Arts Program, as well as a Liberal Arts Associates from UW Fox Valley, where I directed my feature debut production, columbinus by PJ Paparelli and Steven Karam.
I specialize in immersive work, but my work has ranged from (in no particular order) New York Musical Theater Festival, Pittsburgh 10X10X10 New Play Festival, Bricolage, Diocese of Pittsburgh Central High School, The Story Plant Media Division, Camp Laurel, Kidstage Fox Cities, Fox Valley YMCA, Attic Theater and Appleton West High School Theater.
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