Meet Broadway Wiz Bright Star, Alexis from Michigan.

Her favorite show is Finding Neverland and it’s her dream to play the role of Sylvia Llewelyn Davies.

On average, how many Broadway shows do you see a year?
5

How many local shows or community theater shows do you see a year?
10

Favorite Broadway show:
Finding Neverland

All-time favorite performer:
Laura Michelle Kelly

Songs you like to belt in the shower:
“All That Matters”

Favorite piece of theater memorabilia you own:
Signed playbills

Most memorable performance you’ve ever seen:
The most memorable performance I have ever seen was the first time I saw Finding Neverland. Since I don’t live in New York, it was an absolute thrill to be in the presence of the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, and to watch it. So much magic happened, which is what makes it a time that I will never forget.

Best interaction you have had with another theater fan:
The best interaction I had with another theatre fan was at the Finding Neverland stagedoor in Pittsburg. We really hit it off together and we have been friends ever since! Also in Chicago, seeing Finding Neverland for the 6th time, I met a friend of mine that I had been talking too, and what made it really special was that she was only one row in front of me for the show!

Why do you love theater?
I love theatre because it really brings a feeling of happiness into my life. It’s a place that I can escape too, when I’m not having the best day (which happens a lot). The days in my life that are filled with theatre and amazing people that put a show together, bring the most joyful feeling to me that I will always have for the rest of my life.

Dream roles?
My dream role is Sylvia Llewelyn Davies from Finding Neverland! She is the most subtle, heartwarming, and kind character. She has brought peace and joy into my life, and if I could play her I would be honored to give other people the same feeling.

Best stagedoor or backstage experience?
My best backstage experience was with Sawyer Nunes at Radio City. He invited me backstage which was a complete shock, and I had the best time. It was for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (I can see why they call it spectacular). It was super nice to hang with someone my age who shares the same passion as I do!