Alex Nordin began studying the art of musical theatre as a child, and has been performing professionally since the age of 17, first starting in the Florida theatre circuit. After graduating from Flagler College with a degree in public relations and advertising, and spending a handful of months calling London, England his home base, he relocated to New York City and resumed his musical theatre career. Alex has danced at some of New York City’s most iconic theatres and jazz venues, sharing the stage with Tony, Grammy, Olivier and Emmy Award Winners, including Sally Struthers, Billy Porter, Jarrod Emick, Alice Ripley and Leslie Odom, Jr, to name a few.
Alex has trained extensively in stylistic work with a focus on the Fosse style, has been a featured dancer of the Verdon/Fosse Legacy, and has been seen in productions of Chicago the Musical around the U.S. Further performance credits include: The regional premier of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The world premier of Ben, Virginia and Me: The Liberace Musical, Billy Elliot, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Hello, Dollystarring Sally Struthers, White Christmas, Crazy for You, Fiddler on the Roof, West Side Story, The Rocky Horror Show Live, Singin’ in the Rain, Footloose, Oklahoma, and several roles in Film and Television including To The Stage: A Show Choir Documentary, featured on The Dance Network, and CBS’s The Good Wife. He also serves as an international dance tutor for The American Musical Theatre Academy of London, along with guest faculty credits at several premier dance programs around the country, such as JAMM Dance Co.Minnesota, The Dance Collective, NH, The Florida Ballet, FL and The Pulse, NY.
As an associate choreographer, he has collaborated on productions of Chicago, West Side Story, The Wiz, Shrek, Seussical the Musical, Crazy For You, White Christmas, The Addams Family and Disney’s NEWSIES! Alex’s work has bridged the worlds of theatre, dance, and fashion, as a featured dancer and creative consultant for Hermès of Paris. Alex currently resides in New York City, and relishes his opportunities to travel the country creating exciting theatrical experiences.