Alex Crozier is an independent artist based in New York. He has spent the past thirteen years traveling around the world and has had the opportunity to meet and engage with multidisciplinary artists and people with various arts backgrounds. He creates a form of informative entertainment that crosses artistic disciplines and is made accessible to a wide demographic so that an audience can connect with the subject matter on a honest and visceral level. Alex’s work seeks to inform audiences about various social issues including race, gender, and sexual orientation. As a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania he received his BFA in dance from The University of the Arts. He worked with Donald Byrd and Spectrum Dance Theater for five years performing various lead roles as a principle company member. A couple of his featured roles included the Interlocutor in Donald Byrd’s The Minstrel Show Revisited and the Carnival Boy in 5th Avenue Theatre’s production of Carousel. Alex has performed with Pennsylvania Ballet as a guest artist, the Houston Grand Opera, and with Liz King’s D.ID in Austria, where he toured extensively throughout the country. In the spring of 2017 he co-produced, directed, and choreographed his full length dance show MILLENNIALS which focused on cultural appropriation and gay culture within the Millennial generation. In 2018 Alex reformatted MILLENNIALS into his film The Millennial Experience which focuses on the aforementioned themes. The Millennial Experience has been officially selected for six international film festivals and garnered two awards.
Photo: Nate Watters