Geoffrey Alexander was born and raised in St. Louis. He earned BA in Theatre and Dance from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He then worked with the aTrek Dance Collective, performing at various dance festivals, outreach programs, and company concerts. During his tenure with aTrek, he had the pleasure of working with internationally-renowned artists such as Germaul Barnes, Jon Lehrer, Mathew Janczewski, and Alicia Graf. Later he began teaching aTrek’s contemporary classes as well as at their summer intensives. In 2011 he joined The Big Muddy Dance Company (founded by former Hubbard Street Dance Chicago artist Paula David), now directed by former Hubbard Street dancer Brian Enos. While with the company, he has been privileged to have studied with and performed works by notable choreographers such as Lou Conte (founder of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago), Harrison McEldowney, Lauri Stallings, Antonio and Kirven Douthit-Boyd, Kate Skarpetowska, Robert Moses, Robyn Mineko Williams, Daniel Marshalsay, and Brian Enos. Geoffrey regularly teaches contemporary classes for The Big Muddy but also teaches classes and master classes at various studios and universities. Geoffrey has had the honor of re-staging his works Chasing Utopia and Vows Unspoken on The Big Muddy.