Inside ATC Artist: Alex J. Gould

Alex J. Gould

is an actor/fight and intimacy director in New York City and is making his ATC onstage debut. Previously, Gould worked as the intimacy director for ATC’s how to make an American Son. Off-Broadway credits include The Woodsman (New World Stages, 59E59), Midsummer: A Banquet (Third Rail Projects/Food of Love Productions), BALLS (59E59), and The Radicalization of Rolfe(2016 NYC Fringe Fest Best Overall Play). Other credits include Student Body, The Mysteries, a cautionary tail, Thomas Bradshaw’s Job, and #serials@theflea (Flea Theater). Regional/International credits include BALLS (Stages Repertory Theater), Mary’s Wedding (Portland Center Stage), Whaddabloodclot by Katori Hall (Williamstown), and Happily After Ever (Edinburgh Fringe 2015). Gould has been part of readings/workshops with New York Theater Workshop, The Lark, New Dramatists, Space on Ryder Farm, Chautauqua Theater Company, McCarter Theatre, Rattlestick Theater, Guild Hall, and Jewish Plays Project. Gould is a member of Ensemble Studio Theater in NYC and co-creator of the web series AMDA