Curly and Coordinated - SCF 2019

Curly and Coordinated - SCF 2019

Curly and Coordinated is Ale’s newest hour of stand up that debuted at Sydney Comedy Festival 2019.
Alex Reynolds has curly hair and an even curlier attitude. Having lived with her hair all her life she’s finally ready to discuss in detail the secrets and lies concealed beneath her locks. Help her unpack why people are so fascinated with her hair and delve into questions like: Is it a perm? Is it a wig? And what would she look like bald?

Join Alex for an hour of stand up that takes you on a journey somewhere within a 10m radius of the room she’ll be performing in. It would be inconvenient to travel further.

“Reynolds has a real skill for balancing out a show – not many comedians could pull off her style, and the serious topics she covers, and still have an audience leaving feeling like they’ve just seen a funny show.” – Pop Culture-y

“Relatable and likeable” – The Advertiser

“A Joy to watch” – David Collins (Umbilical Brothers)

Written, performed, directed and produced by Alex Reynolds.

Not Ready - 2018

Not Ready - 2018

Debuted at Adelaide Fringe Festival 2018 in March. Performed at Melbourne International Comedy festival and Sydney Comedy Festival 2018.

She’s not sure she’ll ever be ready so back off ok? Alex Reynolds is back with a brand new stand up show and invites you to join her to explore some of her poor choices, discuss her ‘feelings’ and pose deep questions like “how much is your cheapest bottle of red?". A show guaranteed to make you laugh and more importantly feel better about yourself.

Written, performed, directed and produced by Alex Reynolds.

Assistant Producer Emelia Griggs and Emma White.

SEX $ELLS? - Catlovers 2016/17

SEX $ELLS? - Catlovers 2016/17

Alex performed in Catlovers show Sex $ells? which debuted at Sydney Fringe comedy festival 2016 and subsequently at Adelaide Fringe festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2017. 

"A joy to watch. The sold out crowd loved every minute of this part stand up, part song, part sketch show. All fiercely performed with equal parts intelligence and humour" - David Collins (Umbilical Brother) 

Written, performed, directed and produced by Alex Reynolds and Lily Starr.

Assistant Producer Emelia Griggs and Emma White.

Quarter Life Crisis - Sydney Comedy Festival 2016

Quarter Life Crisis - Sydney Comedy Festival 2016

Alex's debut solo show performed to sold out audiences at Sydney Comedy festival. Due to high demand Alex performed an Encore show at the Factory Theatre - Fuse box. 

Written, directed, performed and produced by Alex Reynolds. 

Accompanied by Emelia Griggs

Project Facilitator - Marina Abramovic: In Residence 2015

Project Facilitator - Marina Abramovic: In Residence 2015

Project 30 - Marina Abramovic: In Residence, by Kaldor Public Art Projects was an immersive performance art installation/exhibition composed to "lead you through a series of transformative experiences that will shift your focus, challenge your perceptions and change the way you look at art."

Alex was a Project Facilitator for this exhibition and undertook training with Marina Abramovic's collaborator, Lynsey Peisinger for this month long exhibition at Pier 2/3 Walsh Bay. 

Two Girls One Hiccup - Catlovers 2015

Two Girls One Hiccup - Catlovers 2015

Alex performed in Catlovers three sold out shows of "Two Girls One Hiccup" at the Sydney Fringe Comedy festival in 2015 at the Factory theatre. 

Written, directed, performed and produced by Alex Reynolds, Lily Starr and Emelia Griggs. 

Assistant Producer Emma White. 

Catlovers 2014

Catlovers 2014

Alex Reynolds and Lily Starr performed together for the first time as Catlovers in a split bill stand up show at Studio One, UNSW. 

Written, performed and produced by Alex Reynolds and Lily Starr

Accompanied by Emelia Griggs

PERFORMER - JULIE ANNE AND JULIE ARE BAD IN BED. OR SO I READ (ON A TOILET STALL DOOR) - 2013

PERFORMER - JULIE ANNE AND JULIE ARE BAD IN BED. OR SO I READ (ON A TOILET STALL DOOR) - 2013

Alex performed in "Julie Anne and Julie are bad in bed, or so I read (on a toilet stall door)", Written and directed by Emma White at Sydney Fringe 2013.