Alex DeFazio


A 40-year-old writer/"sexpert" finds herself - and subsequent worldwide celebrity - by assuming the identity of a transgendered, teenage boy.


A young statistician named Alice thought she'd calculated the perfect relationship—until she discovers a wonderland of swinging twinks, Shakespearian fools, gogo boys who can’t dance, and one Black Bunny that scrambles all her formulas.


Ever give an apple to your teacher to get his attention? In this gay, noir drama, one college student is willing to give much more as he and his professor vie for power over language, sex, and each other.

Alex's NY productions include: 1-900-SELFPLEX (FringeNYC 2009), To Be Loved (FringeNYC 2007 and chashama; developed at Luna Stage), Radium, and two one-act plays, "Mountainlight" and "Can I Touch You," at the inaugural Fall Collection/Crown Point Festival. Prior to appearing in The Fall Collection, "Mountainlight" was also selected for the annual festival of original one-acts at TADA! Youth Theater. Other NY productions: Writing Ground Zero (Dixon Place/The Raw Space), Christine (The Raw Space), and "Mixed Up Molly Eden" (Surf Reality). Alex's translation of Euripides' Medea has been taught at Lehigh University, and he was a semi-finalist for the One in Ten Screenplay Contest as well as a finalist for the Princess Grace Playwriting Award. He received a B.A. in English and Drama from SUNY Purchase and an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Columbia University. He is co-founder of Elixir Productions Theatre Company.