Alexandria Bradley

Alexandria comes to us directly from the stage of Broadway's "Shuffle Along, Or The Making Of The Musical Sensation Of 1921 And All That Followed" wherein she shared the stage with Broadway legends Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Billy Porter and Savion Glover.

A native of Flint, MI, Alexandria is a practitioner of music. She expresses her love and knowledge through her voice and feet. She has been singing and tap dancing all of her natural born life. Blessings have been bestowed upon this young lady to be a member of Savion Glover’s tap dance company named “TiDii” for four years. She has performed at the “Cannes Film Festival” in France in 2001, the 2002 Winter Olympics, The Nijinski Awards Show in Monaco, France and “Improvography” at the Joyce Theater in New York City along with many other performances throughout the country. She performed as a vocalist/tap dancer in the Atlanta, GA production of “Bubblin’ Brown Sugar” starring Diane Carroll.

She was an adjunct professor of tap dance at Queens College and Long Island University. Alexandria is also a co-director of the “Tapology Tap Festival For Youth” in Flint MI along with her sisters and father. She is inspired and gives respect and honor to Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, John Coltrane, Bill “Bo Jangles” Robinson, Gregory Hines, and other innovative artists who have ascended to a higher existence