Alexandra de Suze


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Selected Roles

Christmas Rappings '09,'15MaryThe Gym at Judson
Museum PiecesQueen/mulitple rolesProspect Theatre
Wuthering Heights: A Romantic MusicalNellie (Lead)Passajj Productions
The New MoonEnsembleNew York City Center Encores!


Emerson CollegeBFA in Acting
VoiceJeff Halpern, Pamela Kuhn, Kristin Linklater


No Name Presents: The Uptown Cabaret remains on hiatus as we continue our search for the perfect venue with a piano that will not make us charge an arm and a leg for cover or minimum, BUT, it's not like things aren't happenin'!
There's a new BinderSuze video from Christmas! And more to come! We'll be doing a set of original music 3/31 at QED. (And, of course, more mashups are to come as well.)
In the meantime, if you need a mezzo, a drummer, or both, give a call, send an email or find me on Facebook (Alex de Suze or No Name Presents: The Uptown Cabaret), Twitter (NNUptownCabaret) or Instagram (NNUptownCabaret). (You'll also see my photo series of the comics - established and up and coming - that I end up sitting behind when playing the No Name comedy shows on Instagram called #behindthefunny.) 


Alexandra de Suze is a singer, host, drummer, storyteller, and actor who has performed all over New York City and New England. She hosts the monthly cabaret work-out show No Name Presents: The Uptown Cabaret and hosts and curates the monthly featured composer series No Name Presents: The Uptown Cabaret SPOTLIGHT which has featured the work of such artists as Joshua H. Cohen, Carner and Gregor, Rachel Peters and Timothy Huang. She plays drums and sings with The Summer Raplacements, the house band for the comedy workout show No Name and A Bag O' Chips which has featured such national acts such as Christian Finnegan, Leighann Lord, Liam McEneaney, W. Kamau Bell and writers Jeanine Brito and Hari Kondubolu from Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. She is in entering her seventh year singing alto as part of the sextet at Madison Avenue Baptist Church and her second year as a drummer and co-conductor on the Rockin' Railroad for Kidville Riverdale. Amidst all this, she has sung concerts featuring the work of composers such as Doug Brandt, Rachel Peters and Michael R. Jackson, told stories at  MassMouth events, Tommy Pryor's Stoop To Nuts, and No Name at Word Up, built and manipulated large scale puppets for the New York Halloween Parade and other events produced by Processional Arts Workshop, spun fire, and is mama to her five-year-old son.