About Alex


Alex Hatcher is an actor, dancer, singer, fitness enthusiast, food lover, and a recent graduate of Boston University with a BFA in Acting, and concentrations in Dance and Musical Theater. Originally from Wisconsin, he is very excited to be working in his beautiful home state again as an Emerging Professional Resident with Milwaukee Repertory Theater for the 2019/2020 season.

He has performed both on stage and on screen. His training includes classical acting (Shakespeare), musical theater, dance, physical theater, stage combat, on-camera acting, and improvisation. He is also available for voice-over acting and other projects.


Up next: The Legend of Georgia McBride

Written by Matthew Lopez
Directed by Meredith McDonough

A hilarious and heartwarming show taking the nation by storm

Casey, a young Elvis impersonator in a small-town Florida bar, is fired from his job when the bar owner brings in a B-level drag show to replace his act. Casey just found out his wife is pregnant so he tries to make a living by becoming a lip-syncing drag queen. 

January 14 - February 9, 2020

Milwaukee Repertory Theater


Recent Project: West Side Story

Based on a conception of Jerome Robbins
Book by Arthur Laurents

Music by Leonard Bernstein and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim 

 Directed by Mark Clements 

Choreography by Jon Rua

September 17 - October 27, 2019 

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

Recent Projects

A Christmas Carol


Directed by Mark Clements

Role: Caroler/Ensemble

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

The Nerd


Directed by JC Clementz

Role: u/s Rick Steadman (performed)

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

West Side Story


Directed by Mark Clements

Choreography by Jon Rua

Role: Baby John/Jet Ensemble

Milwaukee Repertory Theater

Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play


Directed by Erica Terpening-Romeo
Role: Gibson/Homer
College of Fine Arts, Boston University



Directed by Austin Pendleton & Kelli Edwards

Role: Dr. Lyman Hall

New Repertory Theatre, Watertown, MA

Angels in America II: Perestroika


Directed by Jeremy Ohringer
Roles: Drag Queen, Russian Soldier, Ensemble
Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre, Boston

26 Pebbles


Directed by Sarah Boess

Roles: Michael, Darren, Father Weiss, Bill

Jewels One Miller Studio, Boston University



Directed by Phil Edgerley
Role: Hamlet
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts

Of Blood and Dirt


Directed by Jeremy Ohringer

Role: Multiple/Ensemble

"Jewels One" Miller Studio, Boston University

Kids From Wisconsin Tour


Directed by Mark Dorn

Choreography by Peggy Morgan Strimple

Role: Singer/Dancer/Dance Captain

Kids From Wisconsin

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Alex Hatcher