Alexandra Moerdomo started performing as a child ballerina on famous Indonesian stages Graha Bakti Budaya and Gedung Kesenian Jakarta while a student at Marlupi Dance Academy and Lucy Ballet School. Her acting career debut began when she was involved in her first professional show “Supaliminal”, an immersive, site-specific production revolving around multiple locations directed by Gregory Award nominee Paul Thomas.
She has since performed in the revival of “The Skin of Our Teeth” by Thornton Wilder at Theatre For A New Audience, directed by Arin Arbus, choreographed by Emmy-nominee Sonya Tayeh (of “So You Think You Can Dance” fame), with music composed by Lortel Award winner Cesar Alvarez. The production won 3 OBIE Awards in 2017.
Alexandra has also been involved in many boundary-pushing theatrical productions including surrealist immersive theatre production “Houseworld” (Time Out Critics 'Pick, New York Magazine Critics' Pick, labeled ‘the best theater in NYC’ by Gawker). She was part of the devising company for "Aftermath" (New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination), a physical theatrical performance exploring PTSD in women's bodies. She was also one of the artists involved in the first professional immersive live production “Whisperloge” (featured on The Atlantic, NY Magazine, NYLON, Time Out, and INSIDER).
Some of Alexandra’s favorite roles include playing The Fat Prince and the Adjutant in an all-female adaptation of Bertolt Brecht’s “Caucasian Chalk Circle” directed by Katherine Wilkinson; playing a refugee-in-limbo in “The Express", an original play by experimental playwright Ran Xia; and playing a dumpster-diving survivor in post-apocalyptic dystopia as part of Leela Theatre’s 2016 “Leela Tours the Bouroughs” festival.
Alexandra has studied with renowned theater masters such as Fay Simpson (acting coach to Oscar winner Lupita Nyongo), Beth McGuire (vocal coach for Broadway show “Eclipsed” which won 6 TONY Awards), Deborah Kampmeier (director of “Hounddog” starring Dakota Fanning & Robin Wright, “Virgin” starring Elisabeth Moss & Robin Wright, and “Split” starring Anna Mouglalis & Morgan Spector), and Erica Fae (of “Boardwalk Empire”), among many others.
On screen, she was a guest star in the finale episode of “Next Step: NYC” on ABC Family (now Freeform). She also had recurring roles on two seasons of TruTV’s “Hack My Life”. Alexandra has starred in commercials for international brands such as Wedgwood, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Doulton, Global Citizen, Microsoft, and Oxford. While in Seattle, she collaborated with analog photographer Cvitanic and some of their works were featured on Vogue Italia PhotoVogue.
When not acting, Alexandra volunteers for Mentari Human Trafficking Survivor Empowerment Program, Lentera ID, and International Women Artists’ Salon.