Alex Getlin is a Manhattan based singer and actress whose voice can “melt stone” (Ben Brantley, The New York Times). A native New Yorker, she made her professional debut at 17 in a solo cabaret show at The Regency Hotel in New York, presented by Michael Feinstein. Broadway World reported that her performance marked the emergence of “a new and rare talent on the entertainment scene.”

 A graduate of Northwestern University, she was most recently seen in Berkshire Theatre Group’s nationally acclaimed production of “Godspell.” She has appeared Off-Broadway in the company and original cast recording of “Anything Can Happen in the Theater – The Songs of Maury Yeston,” after being hand-picked by the Tony award winning composer himself to interpret his music. Getlin, who has been hailed by The New York Times as “a confident, engaging young singer with a big voice,”  made her symphonic debut with the Pasadena Pops under the baton of Michael Feinstein in “Broadway: The Golden Age,” starring alongside Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey. She has been a featured soloist at Carnegie Hall and currently performs with symphony orchestras throughout the country with Spot-On Entertainment. Television credits include NBC’s “The Blacklist,” CBS’ “Shades of Blue” and Netflix’s “The Break with Michele Wolf.”