Alexandra Durocher Bio
Alexandra Durocher has spent the past 15 years training, working and performing in the areas of voice, drama and dance. She earned her Diploma in Visual and Performing Arts – Drama from Keyano College then continued her education at Grant MacEwan University where she graduated the Arts & Culture Management Program. Adding to her training, Alexandra attended the Teacher’s Summer Seminar at Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School which included classes for teaching Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet, Elementary Technique and Understanding How Children Learn. Dancing since the age of 11, beginning with Modern and soon adding Jazz, Ballet, Tap, Contemporary and Lyrical, Alexandra has found her passion. She has been teaching and choreographing classes in Musical Theatre, Modern, Adult Ballet, Tiny Tot and KinderCombo since 2008. She also was the choreographer for Thickwood Heights Theatriks’ performance of Willy Wonka Jr., Cheepiyak Theatre’s Urinetown, Theatre; Just Because & Waypoints Dinner Theatre The Awesome 80’s Prom, and Theatre; Just Because The Fantastic Mr. Fox. Her Arts education was rounded out with years of private vocal lessons with Cara McLeod, Soprano. As a dancer, singer and actor Alexandra has performed on stage since the 4th grade, beginning with Miracle on 34th Street at Keyano Theatre. She has since performed in over 16 plays and musicals including Mayzie la Bird in Seussical the Musical, Marty in Grease and Roxie Hart in Chicago. As both a teacher and the Assistant Manager at the Suncor Energy Centre for the Performing Arts, Alexandra is very excited to welcome all students and to share in their delight and passion for the Arts.