Alix Rosenfeld

Alix Rosenfeld is a dramaturg, writer, and theatre-maker based in Philadelphia.

Alix Rosenfeld is a dramaturg, writer, and theatre-maker based in Philadelphia. She was the national award-winner of the Kennedy Center’s Institute for Theatre Journalism and Advocacy in 2016, and went on to study criticism as a critic fellow at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center. Her writing has been featured in local Philadelphia arts and culture publications as well as the Huffington Post. She can be found in her natural habitat of coffee shops around the city reading scripts in development and writing essays. You can follow her cat pictures and occasional witticisms on Twitter @alix_rosenfeld and her writing at www.alixrosenfeldwriter.com.

Nine actresses in soccer uniforms with most of them doing goofy gestures. Some have orange peels in their mouths.
Maybe There’s More Than Enough: Escaping the Scarcity Mindset in Nonprofit Theatre
Essay

Maybe There’s More Than Enough: Escaping the Scarcity Mindset in Nonprofit Theatre

10 June 2021

Alix Rosenfeld offers suggestions for nonprofits seeking to move out of a scarcity mindset, embrace a spirit of abundance, and build pathways to a more ethical and equitable ecosystem.

actors on stage
Inclusion vs. Belonging in A Fierce Kind of Love
Essay

Inclusion vs. Belonging in A Fierce Kind of Love

14 May 2019

Alix Rosenfeld talks about the difference between inclusion and belonging when it comes to working with the disability community, using the Philadelphia-based FringeArts production of A Fierce Kind of Love as an example.