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Our Dear Dead Drug Lord

LTC Carnaval of New Latinx Work. dir. Rebecca Martinez.

July 19, 2018. Staged Reading. Chicago, IL.

Our Dear Dead Drug Lord

Off the grid theatre company. dir. Rebecca Bradshaw.

August 17 - September 1, 2018. Workshop Production. Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. TICKETS.


Boston Playwrights' Theatre. dir. Sara Katzoff.

February 2019. Workshop Production. Boston Playwrights' Theatre.

Recently + In Photos

  • Chosen (née 10 Days) workshopped during Spring Break: Playwrights Week at Sanguine Theatre Company.
  • El Oso is a national semifinalist for the KCACTF John Cauble Short Play Away.
  • Played Ariel in the Huntington's Breaking Ground reading of Lila Rose Kaplan's We All Fall Down.
  • Our Dear Dead Drug Lord workshopped at Black Swan Lab at Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
  • Played multiple roles in the world premiere of The Weird by Kirsten Greenidge, Obehi Janice, Lila Rose Kaplan, and Johnny Kuntz at Off the Grid Theatre Company.
  • Blasted wins two Elliot Norton Awards!
  • Played Kira in the world premiere of Franklin by Samantha Noble at Boston Playwrights' Theatre.
  • Offered up "Thoughts on Creating Your Own Work, But Also Life" on the Bravo! Alumni Blog.

Alexis Scheer is a multi hyphenate theatre artist based in Boston. She writes plays that are brazenly millennial and fiercely feminist, through a Latinx lens. The Improper Bostonian named her Rising Theater Star in the 2018 Boston's Best Issue. Alexis is earning her MFA in Playwriting at Boston University, holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory, and is a proud graduate of New World School of the Arts. This season she joins the Huntington Theatre Company as the Producing/Casting Apprentice. Alexis also moonlights as the Producing Artistic Director of the award-winning fringe company, Off the Grid Theatre.

*Yes. That was a shameless reference to Jesus Christ Superstar.                                                                                                                                                   Cover photo: Omar Robinson.