Alicia Napolitano

Has been involved in the performing arts since a very young age. Her performance background started with seven years of ballet training with Main Street Ballet in Woodbury, CT. She graduated from Nonnewaug High School in 2015 with extensive involvement in the drama department, three National Honor Societies, and school government. In high school she played various roles including Sarah Brown (Guys and Dolls), Violet Newstead (9 to 5) and Doody (Grease).

During the summers, she participated in community theatres including the Warner Theatre in Torrington, CT where she played Nibs (Peter Pan) and performed with Newbury Musical Theatre Co. in Southbury, CT, where she also was a scenic painter for various productions.

She is currently pursuing a double major in Illustration and Theatre Performance at Western Connecticut State University. At WCSU her credits include: The Flower Lady (The Snow Queen), Thing 2 (Cat in the Hat), Simone (Misreadings), Tiny Tim/Charwoman/Party Guest (A Christmas Carol: 1940s Radio Show) and Sonia (Our Lady of 121st Street).

In addition to the roles she has played there, she also held the position of Scenic Charge for the KCACTF nominated The Drowsy Chaperone and is experienced as a scenic painter.