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Brandi Alexander

The year is 1987 and Brandi’s back from a long hiatus, eager to greet her fans and dish out the secret to her success: she got raped. Finally! 


Practically speaking, Brandi Alexander is part spoken word, part stand-up comedy gone radically wrong.  Brandi Alexander is an assault on rape and a cry for righteous anger as it demands to have the word rape horrify once again, instead of lull us back to the everyday. It allows space for a women’s rage, instead of asking her to forgive. It demonstrates what it might mean to have a woman playing a man’s game. And it explores how so much anger might be necessary to get to the laughter, or vice versa. 

Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Gilded Balloon), Edinburgh UK, August 2019

The Juilliard School, New York NY, April 2019

Bryant Lake Bowl, Minneapolis MN, Winter 2019.

Louisville Fringe Festival, Louisville KY, July 2018.

World Premiere, Love City Love, Seattle WA, May 2018. 

Developed at University of Washington, 2017.

Recipient of 2017 Artist Trust GAP Award

The List Review (Week 1 Critics Pick) Here

The List Article Here

Ed Fringe Review Here

The Mumble Review Here

Broadway Baby Review Here

Female First Interview Here

Broadway World Article Here

Broadway World Interview Here

Voice Mag Interview Here

Arts Louisville Review Here

Insider Louisville Article Here

City Arts Article Here

Artist Trust Artist Profile Series Here


Available for touring. Show kit available Here

El Diablo

"You ever want to set fire to yourself? I do. That's one of my newer realizations."

El Diablo is a solo show for a woman on the run, for a woman who has killed her husband when she was just trying to change her silly little self. It's a prayer from someone who has given up on God and is looking for a last resort. It's an open call for a bad southern accent, a great vintage dress and an opportunity to use whiskey as holy water. 

Velocity Sh*t Gold Deep End, 2016

University of Washington, 2016

Buttercream & Scotch

A two-person comedy about women, food, breakups and booze. 

Written and performed by Paige Collette and Tatiana Pavela
People’s Center Theater, Minneapolis MN, July 2011

Dixon Place, New York NY, November 2009

Developmental excerpts performed at:

  • Jimmy’s No. 43 – NYC, June 2011

  • Four Humors' Firsty Thursday – Minneapolis, June 2011

  • Tarnish & Gold – Minneapolis, April 2011

  • Brooklyn Review release party at Jimmy’s No. 43 – NYC, June 2009

  • Hearth Gods at Jimmy’s No. 43 – NYC, March 2009

  • CATCH series at Starr Space – Brooklyn, December 2008

  • Dixon Place – A Little Taste of Paradise – NYC, September 2008

  • Excerpt published by “The Brooklyn Review”, June 2009

Buttercream & Scotch was also produced by Rogue Productions. Director, Jordyn Coleman - Tallahassee, FL 2016.

Twin Cities Daily Planet Article Here

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