Originally from Aotearoa (New Zealand), Lexi Clare graduated from Mountview with a MA Performance (Distinction) in 2016.

Theatre credits include: Odyssey (Company Of Giants): Much Ado About Nothing (Auckland Summer Shakespeare): Cow (Auckland Theatre Company): and The Sound Of Music (Lunchbox Theatrical Productions).

Lexi co-wrote and performed feminist micro-musical Much Ado About Hero at the debut season of Maiden Speech in 2017. as well as additional runs in London and Brighton. Most recently, she co-wrote and performed Game Face, a riotous gig theatre show about the absurdity of our beauty myths. Game Face previewed in London before touring to New Zealand in February 2020.

Before moving to the UK, she trained in commercial dance at Apollo Theatre School.

Spotlight CV available to view here.

Reviews for past work:


By Lexi Clare & Amy Le Rossignol

[Maiden Speech Festival & Attenborough Centre Brighton]

"Clare gives a vibrant and beguiling performance filled with pathos.
humour and heart. It's a tour de force performance and an intriguing
exploration of a Shakespearean character often overlooked."
Annie Power, London Pub Theatres

"Lexi Clare. the producer, writer and star of this venture is a force to
be reckoned with, and a welcome arrival on the British theatre scene.
It is rare to come across a performer with this much imagination and
ability to make the audience see the very familiar through entirely
new eyes."
Julian Eaves, British


By Kayla Feldman

[Maiden Speech Festival]

"Lexi Clare is also a lovely addition to the cast, with her warm and natural presence bringing an intimate and loving tone to this emotionally exhausting show." Amy Toledano, Within Her Words


By Lexi Clare, Lucy Park & Katie Paterson

[Q Theatre & Tristan Bates Theatre]

"All three are talented singers. Even when at its heaviest, the performers approach their own personal pain with a joyful charm." Ethan Sills, NZ Herald

"Three powerhouses guided the audience through this tumultuous, relatable and gasp-inducing narrative." Steph Hartland, Medium

"Effervescent as they stand before the audience, it is clear that the three young women are passionate about the tales they tell." Sarah Kidd, The 13th Floor


By William Shakespeare

[Auckland Summer Shakespeare]

"Vocalist Alexandra Clare, in the character of Balthasar, delivers a swinging rendition of Sigh No More that engagingly captures the mood of the piece and makes Shakespeare's "hey nonny nonny" chorus sound exquisitely cool." NZ Herald


By Jo Randerson

[Auckland Theatre Company]

"Clare’s Beth is sweet, imaginative and conducts a chorus of cows. Yes, you’ll just have to see it." Candice Lewis, Theatreview

"The cast is great and an all-cast cow dance at the start set the absurd tone nicely." Janet McAllister, NZ Herald


Devised Cabaret

[Basement Theatre]

"Both were standout performers – Alexandra with a running joke of being a star and a diva, having fun with Chicago’s Roxie." James Wenley, Theatrescenes