Lexie Lowell is a singer-songwriter, harpist and actress known for Deaf West Theatre’s 2015 Broadway Revival of Spring Awakening. She wrote and workshopped an original one woman musical, Girl Bound, in the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, which tackles sexual assault, depression and eating disorders in young women. She is currently producing an original EP and developing a feature film script, Dead Reckoning.
Lexie graduated from the University of Southern California cum laude with a BA in Theatre Arts. She helped USC’s premier a cappella group, The SoCal VoCals, win two international championships just like a real life Pitch Perfect. She starred as Hollywood vixen Mallory Kingsley in City of Angels under the direction of Broadway veteran John Rubinstein and as “feisty” Roxie Hart in Cardinal Theatre Production’s Chicago.
Lexie grew up on Long Island where she studied ballet at the Eglevsky School and actively participated in community and high school theatre since the age of nine, including roles such as Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof and Victoria in Cats, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, Wendy in Peter Pan and Miranda in Shakespeare’s The Tempest.