Ruth Alexander

Ruth Alexander as Aunt March & Musical Director

Ruth moved with her family from the UK to Edmonton in 2017. Theatre credits include: A Christmas Carol (Citadel Theatre) The Children (Wild side productions, Roxy Theatre) TWO (Edmonton Fringe Festival) Silence (Timms Centre) Once (Citadel theatre) Richard III (Northern Broadsides) Les Misérables (UK Tour) Sweeney Todd (Manchester) Blonde Bombshells of 1943 (London) A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Vienna) Macbeth (Liverpool). Ruth’s television credits include a reoccurring role on ‘Coronation Street’ and she was a regular member of the BBC radio drama team for eight years. As a musical director her credits include musicals such as ‘Sunday in the park with George’ ’Urinetown’ ‘Wind in the Willows’ ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum’ and ‘The Wiz’. She was the musical director of the original London production and cast recording of ‘Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and living in Paris’ and she also works as a composer and arranger.