Peggy/Queen Mary Pearl Entertainmant, Tracy Harvey
Anna / Jackie Allen Pursued by Bear Productions Chapel Off Chapel , David Ward
Tegan Sparks The Atheneum Theatre , Kaarin Fairfax
Lady of the Lake Alpha Shows, Ben Jackson
MYOB worker MYOB, Clare Plueckhahn
HR Presenter Sportsbet, Nick Kelly
Featured Dancer Flinders Lane Productions
Glassons Stylist Balloon tree productions , Matt Smollen
Singer The Plaza Ballroom, Kista Thomson and Kay Rodgers
Singer The Adelaide Convention Centre, Kay Rodgers and Krista Thomson
Featured Singer Singers for hire , Blake Fisher
Marilyn Monroe singers for hire , Rebecca Fisher
Marilyn Monroe Singers for Hire, Rebecca Fisher
Lead Dancer Lion heart dance company , Daniel Ham
Singer / Improvisor Impromptunes , Emmet Nichols
Singer / Improviser Impromtunes , Emmet Nichols
Training & Additional Notes
16/0 - 16/1
1/1/ - 20/1
1/1/ - 20/1
1/01 - 16/1
1/1/ - 20/1
Low f - Top C in head. E5 belt
Mezzo soprano belter
Alexia grew up in Queenstown, New Zealand making the move to Melbourne to study Musical Theatre full time at Danceworld studios.
Alexia went on to further her studies in acting with Aleksi Vellis at The Film Space.
Since graduating Alexia's theatre credits include 'Once Upon a pantomime' 'Pr!ck', 'High Fidelity', 'Out of the blue', 'Saturday Night Fever', Impromtunes "Hamiltunes", Ginger Grant in Gilligans Island the Musical, and "her" in "He said She said".
Alexia performs frequently in the corporate entertainment group "The Cover Girls".
Performing on cruise ships as a guest entertainer, with their origanal Cabaret shows "Head over heels" and "Hit me with your best shot".
Alexia is a Vic Theatre guild award nominated Choreographer for her work on "Spelling Bee" and the reprisal season which opened at the MTC Lawler theatre 2016.
Alexia's recent choreographic credits include Chapel Off Chapel's "Motown Live" "Spice up your life" and CGTC’s "A new brain".
Alexia has featured on both New Zealand and Australian television including ABC’s AFI nominated series "It's a date" Written and Directed by Peter Helier and apart of the comedy ensemble in "The Gruen transfer".
"Alexia Bainsley was fantastic as Ginger, pushing the movie-star persona into the mythic with each torrid breath, line, and step she took. It was a captivating performance" - Australian Arts Review
"performers of note who will go onto big success. Ginger (Kiwi Alexia Brinsley) is a scene stealer and amazes with her body contortion, voice, and ability to pull focus" - ThePlusOnes
"Bouquets have to be given to Alexia Brinsley for her comic abilities" - Stage Whispers
Role of 'Doreen' in 'Saturday night fever'
"It is a truly talented cast made up of golden Logie winners, (John Wood) house hold stage and screen actors and music theatre superstars (Jemma Rix) ... but I simply must put a special mention to Alexia Brinsley, who plays several different characters throughout the show, for how eye-poppingly good her dancing is, and how funny all the characters she played were" - What's on Comedy
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