2019 Updates!

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Thrilled to make my TV debut on Law and Order: SVU, in the 21st episode of the show’s 20th season. The episode is called “Exchange”, was a blast to shoot, and as a long-time SVU obsessive and true crime fan, I couldn’t have imagined a better first TV gig to have worked on. The episode airs TBD in April!

Actors Theatre of Louisville's, A Christmas Carol


It was a total joy to return to Actors Theatre of Louisville to be a part of this family tradition, both for the theatre and the community of Louisville, KY, this time as Belle and Mrs. Fred. The production was, once again, directed by Drew Fracher, and was particularly special for me because this production allowed me to officially join Actors Equity Association on my first Equity contract. 


On Earth We're All Briefly Gorgeous with the MT + NYC Collaborative

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I will be reading in On Earth We're All Briefly Gorgeous by Heloise Wilson, directed by Christina Roussos as part of the Hotel Plays series with the MT + NYC Collaborative. Come hang out!

Signing with New York Management Company, SirenSong Entertainment


I'm thrilled to announce that she just signed with Aaron Sandler of SirenSong Entertainment, Inc. She's looking forward to working through their collaboration!


Untitled Baby Play at Clubbed Thumb's Summer Works Reading Series

I most recently read in a reading of in Nina Braddock's Untitled Baby Play as part of Clubbed Thumb's annual Summer Works Reading Series, directed by Caitlin O'Connell. 


Whip It Up! With Wendy at New Georges

I teamed up with playwright Tasha Gordon-Solmon (I Now Pronounce, Actors Theatre of Louisville) and director Christina Roussos for this short piece featured in the New Georges Jamboree at Dixon Place. It was such a fun night! 

Actors Theatre of Louisville, 2016-2017 Acting Apprenticeship

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I was invited to participate in ATL's Apprentice program in the summer of 2016, working on Actors Theatre's Season, the Apprentice Season, and in the 41st Humana Festival of New American Plays. In addition to frequently exercising my acting shops, I gained an invaluable education on the life of a working actor in workshops for film and television, with leaders within the theater, and with casting directors, playwrights, and directors in the industry. For more information on her work at the Actors Theatre of Louisville, visit: https://actorstheatre.org/cast-crew/alex-milak/