Alexandra Walker

Alexandra Walker

Alexandra holds a degree in Theatre with a minor in Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida. Her major influences include Brecht, Butterworth, the Dadas, punk-rock, sitcoms, and comic books. She worked as a literary manager for UCF's new play festival, Pegasus PlayLab in 2017. Her play, Cooties, was produced at UCF in 2017, by Flexible Grey Theatre Company at Uptown Players in 2019, and HARP Theatricals in 2020.

Plays

  • Cooties
    In a crummy college apartment, three crummy relationships blossom into something less crummy. A fast-paced-sitcom-romcom variety show about truly ugly love, Cooties examines all the things we’d rather not talk about when it comes to sex, love, and happiness. Like,
    • Is she kinky or just racist?
    • Why am I so obsessed with Mark Wahlberg’s pretend genitals?
    • Oops, we got the clap from the...
    In a crummy college apartment, three crummy relationships blossom into something less crummy. A fast-paced-sitcom-romcom variety show about truly ugly love, Cooties examines all the things we’d rather not talk about when it comes to sex, love, and happiness. Like,
    • Is she kinky or just racist?
    • Why am I so obsessed with Mark Wahlberg’s pretend genitals?
    • Oops, we got the clap from the same person, what do we do now?
    All these questions (and more!) will likely remain unanswered, but it’s worth the fun either way!
  • Dead Mom Friend Summertime Fun Club
    For mom-friend Alice, summertime fun is hard to come by when your friend is dead and no one knows you're a woman. If she can quit pretending she's fine, this surrealistic sex dramedy might just end well.