Alexander Lewis


Alexander Lewis

Alexander Lewis has forged a unique career, having performed around the world in both opera and musical theatre.

Operatic performances include: Laca in Jenufa for The Santa Fe Opera; Count Danilo in The Merry Widow with Opera Australia, West Australian Opera and State Opera South Australia; John Wormley in the world premiere and return seasons of Crossing for The American Repertory Theatre in Boston and BAM’s New Wave Festival in New York; the title role of The Nose with Opera Australia, the Komische Oper Berlin, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden and The Metropolitan Opera (HD Live Broadcast); Hoffmann in Les contes d'Hoffmann and Gritsko in The Fair at Sorochyntsi with the Komische Oper Berlin; Tamino in Die Zauberflöte with West Australian Opera; Flask in Moby Dick with Washington National Opera; St. Brioche in The Merry Widow (HD Live Broadcast) and Borsa in Rigoletto (HD Live Broadcast) for The Metropolitan Opera.

Alexander’s musical theatre credits include: Anatoly in the Australian tour of Chess, Tony in West Side Story for Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour (Helpmann Award Nomination); Tateh in Ragtime for The Production Company; George in Sunday In the Park with George for the Victorian Opera Company in Melbourne; Candide in Candide with Sydney Philharmonia Choirs; Enoch Snow in Carousel for Houston Grand Opera; Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera for the Really Useful Group (as well as The Phantom understudy); Anthony Hope in Sweeney Todd with Opera Australia and Frederick Barrett in Titanic with Seabiscuit Productions.

In 2022, Alexander performed in Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Musical Theatre Gala and Handel’s Messiah for Perth Symphonic Chorus.

Most recently, Alexander sand the title role in Handel’s Samson and was a featured soloist in The Golden Age of Broadway, both at the Sydney Opera house with the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs.


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