Alexander's experience in film making facilitated some spectacular moments by creating film sequences and projected backgrounds while directing stage productions like Singin' in the Rain, The Wizard of Oz and Titanic the Musical. Yet, Alexander does not shy away from actor-driven, dramatic stage productions such as 12 Angry Men, The War Show and The Diary of Anne Frank.
TITANIC The Musical
Alexander combined knowledge of the historic ship and visual effects to recreate the sinking of the RMS Titanic on an extremely wide but shallow stage with no trap doors or hydraulics.
Between researching post-Revolution France and the love of the novel, this was a historically accurate presentation of the beloved musical without changing a single lyric. Most common audience feedback was, "It was the first time I understood the show."
Singin' in the Rain
Alexander staged this production twice, incorporating filmmaking experience to create the silent films and early 'talkies' crucial to the plot of the show, as well as having rain across the entire stage for the title number.
The Wizard of Oz
Alexander received an award for Innovation for employing several techniques to bring the magical land of Oz to life in two matching theatres that had no fly system.
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