Alex Goldie Golden is an NYC-based composer/lyricist, music director, arranger, and performer. She graduated from Bucknell University with honors in music direction. As a composer, her work was recently featured in the 2019 New York Musical Festival concert, Head and Heart, and has been performed at various venues such as the Duplex Cabaret Theatre. She served as the 2020 composer-in-residence for Playdate Theatre's holiday songwriting development conference, and was an artist-in-residence for Bucknell University 2018-2019. In addition, she recently began working as a composer for The Story Pirates podcast.
As a music director, Goldie’s recent credits include: Associate Music Director/Keyboards for the Williamstown Theatre Festival Late-Night Cabaret Series (MD: Cody Owen Stine), Annie at Wagon Wheel Center For The Arts, Beauty and the Beast at the New London Barn Playhouse, and Next to Normal at Bucknell University. She is especially passionate about developing new work, and served as music director for Ars Nova’s Company-In-Residence workshop production of The Hole Story (Composer: Andrew R. Butler), for the Molloy College and CAP21 BFA program’s developmental production of the new pop-rock musical, Ripped, and for new musical Joey and Ron (Composer: Joel Esher).
As a fiction writer, Goldie won a short fiction contest presented by the Broadway play The Sound Inside and playwright Adam Rapp in the winter of 2020.