About Alex Kopnick

Alex Kopnick is a senior pursuing a B.A. in Directing and Producing for Theatre and Film through the Individualized Major Program as well as a certificate in Arts Administration through the O’Neill School. He is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio.
Alex has most recently worked as the founder and producer of "a Zoom with a View: a Digital Theatre Festival." A fundraiser made up of 63 total volunteer collaborators from across the country and abroad, (including many IU Theatre students and faculty,) for the Artist Relief fund and Black Art Futures fund. The event performed June 5th and 6th of 2020.
In January of 2020, Alex directed and produced an independent production of Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon, performed by IU theatre students. Alex won Indiana University’s Executive Dean’s Award for Creative Activity and Research for this production.
For IU, he has served as assistant director for By the Bog of Cats and as an assistant stage manager for Barbecue. Other technical theatre credits include performing as Nate and serving as Projections Designer for an independently produced production of A Map of Virtue and Sound Designer for Thomas Moore College’s the Tempest. Alex has performed in a variety of productions around the Cincinnati area, his favorite roles being Freddy in My Fair Lady, Zebulon in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Charles W. browning III in 45 Seconds from Broadway. Alex has previously been involved with Hooshir A Capella. During the time of his involvement, the group won the 2019 Kol Haolam national Jewish A Capella competition

Recent Credits

By the Bog of Cats

IU Theatre — Assistant Director


IU Theatre — Assistant Stage Manager