"A talent certainly ready for the big leagues is Alexandra Nicopoulos as the Princess of France, who captures one of the most complex female characters in the Shakespeare canon...if anybody is looking for Shakespeare's depiction of his own Queen Elizabeth, it just might be this Princess." (Shakespearances)

Alexandra Nicopoulos is an NYC- based actress and singer. 

Born in Washington DC, she spent thirteen years of her childhood living abroad all over Europe. After moving back to the United States at the age of fifteen, she completely immersed herself and thrived in the world of theater. She received her B.F.A. degree at Ithaca College. 

Best known for her powerhouse voice and innate versatility as an actress, Alexandra finds strength in all the different types of projects she has pursued. She made her professional equity debut playing the young ingenue Philia in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at the Hangar Theater, and in contrast tackled the bold and brassy role of Joanne in Company at Ithaca College. Alexandra has also dabbled in the classics, appearing in Shakespeare's Tweflth Night and Loves Labours Lost as Feste and the Princess of France, respectively, with up-and-coming 4615 Theater Company. She has most recently starred in Saviana Stanescu's modern epic, Waxing West, of which the Washington Post has declared: "Engaging..unpredictable and funny." 

On her spare time, she continues to travel the world, has discovered a new love for cooking, and finding new ways to promote the voices of women in theatre and all aspects of life.