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Alexander Davis

Teaching Fellow in Dance


Alexander Davis is a queer Boston-based performer and maker. Davis is a graduate of Keene State College with a BA in English: writing, and a BA in theatre and dance: choreography and performance. Davis has performed and presented with organizations across Boston, including Ryan Landry’s Gold Dust Orphans, Boston Lyric Opera, Boston Children’s Chorus, Global Arts Live, ART, Company One and Improv Asylum/Laugh Boston. A former company member with Urbanity Dance, Davis was the director of their Summer Choreographer Intensive Program. As a choreographer and fiber artist, Davis received grant and residency support from The Studios at Mass MoCA, The Boston Foundation, Urbanity Dance, New England Foundation for the Arts and The Theatre Offensive. Recently, Davis was awarded an artist fellowship from the City of Boston. With collaborator Joy Davis (The Davis Sisters), Davis received a Bessie Schonberg [Boston] Choreographic Residency from The Yard, Creative Residency at The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Studio@550, Chelsea Theater Works, Run of the Mills at The Boston Center for the Arts, The Croft Residency and the Bates Dance Festival. Davis assisted choreographer Monica Bill Barnes on Greta Gerwig’s 2019 film adaptation of Little Women, which received a 2019 Academy Award.


B.A. (English), Keene State College
B.A. (Theatre and Dance), Keene State College