Sharon Alexander is a graduate of Westminster Choir College, where she was privileged to work with world-renowned conductors such as Leonard Bernstein, Leopold Stokowski and Eugene Ormandy. She also holds a MM in Opera from the Philadelphia Musical Academy and attended Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music.
Sharon Alexander has been seen on the Bristol Riverside Theatre mainstage in The Rothschilds, Larry Gatlin's Alive and Well, Zorba, She Loves Me, Brigadoon, Inspecting Carol, and as Domina in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Besides, she has also performed for 5 seasons in the Summer Musicale Series of this theatre. She has appeared at Foundation Theatre, Bucks County Playhouse, Ritz Theatre, Hunterdon Hills Playhouse and in 23 productions at the Off-Broadstreet Theatre in Hopewell, NJ. Her Philadelphia credits include A Little Night Music and Merrily We Roll Along at the Arden Theatre Co., and Anyone Can Whistle and Casino Paradise at the Prince Music Theatre, the latter written by the Pulitzer Prize winning composer, William Bolcom. At Walnut Street Theatre, she performed in Singin' In the Rain, My Fair Lady, Damn Yankees, Sound of Music, The Voysey Inheritance, Annie, and Philadelphia Story. She spent this past summer (2005) at Ohio's Carousel Dinner Theatre, where she performed the role of Mother Abbess in Sound of Music.
Besides her theater credits, Sharon Alexander has performed in opera, operetta, oratorio, and solo recitals in the classical repertoire.