Mezzo soprano, Alix Faulhaber, is a native of St. Petersburg, Florida. Hailed by critics for a voice like “warm buttered bread”, “an exceptionally strong stage presence, and a wit to pull it all together”. Alix received her B.A. in Acting from Susquehanna University, then co-founded and served as Artistic Director of Stray Dogs Theatre Company. She began Acting young and fiercely trained until her voice took over her life. Since, She performed as Drei Knabe in The Magic Flute, Cio-Cio San’s Mother in Madama Butterfly with Opera Tampa, Manuelita in Carmen and danced the role of Aurora in the Neapolitan Festival with St. Petersburg Opera. Alix also had the honor of leading Acting workshops with the principal/cover cast, chorus and donors at St. Petersburg Opera. She has also performed as a soloist with Gloria Musicae, the Opera Tampa Singers, St. Petersburg Opera cabarets, and AMICCO. Plans for 2016 include performances with Opera Tampa (La Traviata, Chorus), St. Petersburg Opera (La Bohème, Chorus), and serving as Assistant Director on Mozart’s The Abduction from the Seraglio for St. Petersburg Opera. Please note, I have included an extended version of my resume in order to reflect both my Opera and “Straight” Acting roles. It is longer than one page.