ALEX GARCIA GREENBERG
Stage & Voice Actor | Singer | Speaker
Alex grew up listening to a mix of musicals and opera, Frank Sinatra, Juan Luis Guerra, and Patsy Cline - which she contributes to her unique vocal range and styles. Her first onstage role as “The Star to Be” in the musical Annie kicked off a life-long passion for performing.
A self-proclaimed "indoor kid," Alex spent a lot of time drawing, reading, and at her computer engrossed in point & click adventure games like King's Quest and Monkey Island. She marveled at how the music, art, writing, and voice acting all came together to weave an interactive story. Now that she is all grown up, she is lucky enough to work at Bethesda Game Studios, supporting other narrative games from behind the scenes.
A native of the Washington metropolitan area, she currently lives in Maryland with her husband (Daniel), their son (Michael), and cat (Zelda). Daniel teaches video game design at George Mason University, and together they co-host panels on game history, design, and other topics at local and national conventions.
Alex holds a Master’s degree from the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, and a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Niagara University. She has studied voice acting for video games with Wes Johnson at The Theatre Lab, and voice over spot and narration technique through John Burr Voice Dynamics.
She has soloed at the White House, on 630 WMAL, and the Kennedy Center (Millenium Stage and Concert Halls), has lent her voice to the Terror on the Air Radio Plays, and has appeared in numerous charity concerts and benefits. She has taken workshops and classes with John Kander, The Studio Theatre, DC Improv, and the Crittenden Opera Studio among others.
Favorite past roles have included Maria in The Sound of Music, Lorraine in The Man Who Came to Dinner, Luisa in The Fantasticks, and Sally Brown in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Additional credits can be found here.