Lexie Dorsett Sharp

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Beetlejuice National Tour

Catch Lexie touring the country with the First National Tour of Beetlejuice! Lexie is an offstage standby for Barbara, Delia, Maxine, Juno, and Miss A. Special bonus, her husband, Jesse, is playing Charles Deetz!

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Lexie is finshed playing The Queen of Hearts in Wonderland, Miss Andrew/Bird Woman in Mary Poppins and ensemble in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

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Broadway World

Lexie speaks to Broadway World about life on the road with School of Rock, and the power that every performance can have on an audience.

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School of Rock

Lexie originated the role of Rosalie Mullins in the First National Tour of the Andrew Lloyd Webber hit musical School Of Rock.

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"Those stereotypes make the indelible performance by Sharp, as Rosalie, even more impressive. Sharp transcends the narrow conception of her character to deliver some of the funniest moments in the show — her reaction to hearing personal fave Stevie Nicks on a jukebox is priceless — and the actress even soars briefly but sublimely into the operatic stratosphere with a bit of the legendarily difficult Queen of the Night aria from Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.’’"
— The boston Globe

Lexie is named after the movie Ice Castles (yes, seriously).

She was raised in Birmingham, Alabama and received her BFA in Musical Theatre from The Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music.

Lexie has appeared all over the United States and Asia with tours such as Young Frankenstein the Musical (Elizabeth), The Addams Family (Morticia (cover)/ U/S Alice, U/S Grandma), Elf the Musical (Emily). Other favorite regional credits include: Narrator in Joseph...,  Eva Peron in Evita,  Miss Sandra in All Shook Up, Velma in Chicago, Jolene in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Elsa in The Sound of Music to name a few.

In NYC, Lexie frequently performs at cabaret venues (such as 54 below) and in industry readings. Most recently, Lexie performed in the industry reading of Tituss Burgess' The Preacher's Wife and 13 Alabama Ghosts.

Her voice can be found on several new works recordings, and she has had the pleasure of performing with both the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra.Lexie also enjoys directing/choreographing and teaching.

She is the co-owner and operator of Sharp Studios, an audition-prep based studio, with clients all over the US.Lexie currently resides in New York City with her amazing and talented husband, Jesse, and her precious chiweenie (chihuahua/ dauschund mix) puppy, Chip.

"Lexie Dorsett Sharp perfectly straddles the line between rigid but caring, and her second act showstopper "Where Did The Rock Go?" offers her a chance to unleash her powerhouse voice and reveal her character's true creative urges."
— Broadway world
"In the role of Rosalie Mullins, the above-referenced school principal is Lexie Dorsett Sharp. Initially portrayed as a strict, but caring administrator, once she literally and figuratively lets her hair down in Act 2’s Where Did the Rock Go?, it’s evident why she was cast. Equally introspective and all-out show-stopping, it’s the most Lloyd Webber moment of the entire show and Dorsett Sharp not only rises to the occasion, she surpasses it giving Rosalie true diva status joining the ranks of Lloyd Webber’s best, including Eva, Grizabella and Christine."
— JHP Entertainment

Sharp Studios

Lexie Sharp and her husband, Jesse Sharp, own and operate SHARP STUDIOS. This studio helps performers identify, celebrate, and improve upon their unique gifts and talents.

Acting Privates

Lexie has several clients for private acting. Whether it is finding the perfect monologue, preparing for a specific audition, or just looking to be more comfortable in a board meeting, Lexie can help come up with a plan to make you a more comfortable and natural actor.  Jesse specializes in "personal training packages" for the actor. Jesse is a master in Shakespeare text as well as text interpretation. Jesse is excellent at helping you define your "type" and find text that best represents you.

Career Coaching

Lexie really believes in the power of "YOU DO YOU" in the audition room and freeing your inner artist that might be chained by fear. Lexie specializes in helping high school seniors hoping to major in musical theatre find a musical theatre program that could be right for them; Sharp Studios helps them develop their audition package, and navigate the logistics of college applications and essays.  Lexie and Jesse also teach masterclasses, intensives, and summer theatre workshops all over the country. Please feel free to email them to request Teaching Resumes if you need further information or want to hire their talents for your workshop or summer program.
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"Lexie Dorsett Sharp, who is perfectly cast as uptight and priggish principal Rosalie Mullins - you just know right from the start that her straitlaced demeanor masks a closeted rocker."
— Jeffery ellis