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 Carnegie Hall debut with Michael Feinstein in “Hooray for Hollywood,” as part of his Standard Time series. She has spent the last year performing around the country in concert tributes to Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Elton John, Paul McCartney, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Barbra Streisand and Bette Midler with Scott Coulter’s Spot-On Entertainment. She has appeared Off-Broadway in the company of Anything Can Happen in the Theatre – The Songs of Maury Yeston, after being hand-picked by Yeston to interpret his music. In June 2017, Getlin made her symphonic debut with the Pasadena Pops under the baton of Michael Feinstein in Broadway: The Golden Age where she starred alongside Liza Minnelli and Joel Grey.

In 2016, after graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in theatre, Getlin was a featured soloist in Broadway Rising Stars at Town Hall. She made her professional singing debut at 17, in a solo cabaret show at The Regency Hotel in New York, presented by Mr. Feinstein.  The New York Times called her “a confident, engaging young singer with a big voice,” and Broadway World hailed her as “a new and rare talent on the entertainment scene.” She was most recently seen in Berkshire Theatre Group’s lauded 2020 production of “Godspell.” Previous roles at BTG include Fiona in “Shrek the Musical,” and Alma Hix/Swing in “The Music Man.” Television credits include NBC’s “The Blacklist,” CBS’ “Shades of Blue” and Netflix’s “The Break with Michele Wolf.”