Alix Paige most recently returned from Connecticut Repertory Theatre, where she played Aldonza opposite Broadway veteran Terrence Mann's Don Quixote in "Man of La Mancha". This was her second production with Mann as she starred opposite him in "My Fair Lady" last summer. She was also in CRT's production of "Guys and Dolls"- she believes she is the first actress ever to play both General Cartwright and a Hot Box girl in the show. Previous to working at CRT, Alix did the National Tour of Cabaret as the Sally Bowles understudy, the female swing, and the Telephone Girl as well as the National Tour of Irving Berlin's "I Love A Piano", in which she played "Ginger", a role originated by Stephanie J. Block. On the NY Stage, Alix has played the role of Lucille Frank in "Parade" at the Secret Theatre in Queens, Solange in the world premiere of "Fashionistas" at Urban Stages, and she has also been a part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival in "Too Much, Too Far, Too Soon" and Al Carmine's "Christmas Rappings" at the Judson Theatre. Film credits include "Transatlantic Coffee", "Rum with A Twist", "Pre-Game", "Working It Out", and "Vanished". Alix is also the creator of her own one-woman jazz cabaret entitled "A Paige on Men: Songs of Love, Lust, and Loss", which ran at The Metropolitan Room in New York City from 2010 to 2011. Alix most recently became a part of the USO Liberty Belles, performing for active-duty military, and veterans all over the world. A South Florida native, Alix began singing in her Temple's choir at the age of 5 and went on to pursue a career in Musical Theatre. At 17, she was awarded the Palm Beach Post Pathfinder Scholarship for Vocal Talent, the Vanessa Anderson Award, and the Benjamin School Performing Arts Award. Alix holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the University of Miami, where she received the Schneller Talent Scholarship and graduated with the Jerry Herman Musical Theatre Award alongside of having the honor of singing for Ms. Angela Lansbury at a private concert following her Commencement. Alix now resides in New York City and continues to do work in the Theatre as well as Film, TV, Voice-Over, Music, and Print Modeling.