Next ReGroup Reading


Please come see me and ReGroup Theater at the Bello’s Restaurant NW Corner of 56th/9th Ave  on April 27th where we will be reading “Truckline Cafe.”   I play  the owner of the cafe, Kip.  This play had Marlon Brando’s first ever role with the group theater.

ReGroup Theater is a talented, enthused and huge-hearted theater company and I am humbled to be working with them.   I first worked with them a couple months ago at The Barrow Group.  That was a full-fledged production  was “Lu Ann Hampton Laverty Oberlander,”  part of the Texas Trilogy and I got to play the too-smart-for-his-own-good, Milo!

NOMINATED! Off-Off-Broadway debut gets nominated

“Coney” just got nominated tonight for “Outstanding Premiere Production of a Play” from the Innovative Theatre Awards.

“…Alex Carmine … Utterly Beguile[s]…” – Backstage

The show was a great success.  Check back here and at for the latest information.

Thank you again for everyone who came to see a show with one of the best teams in OOB!

Off-Off Broadway Show, “Coney” gets Great Review in New York Times and Backstage

Firstly, please check out my updated About Page.

Here is a link to the New York Times Review.

Here is a link to the Backstage Review.

I have been having a blast doing many films for NYU.  However, I am glad to say I was recently on stage in the World Premier of “Coney.”  “Coney” went up at the New Ohio Theatre October 27-November 18th,  the play centered around the iconic Coney Island.  Here is a link to the article on

In addition to the Pictures and Resume on the site, here are some links to my film work. I just finished shooting a short with some Elon Grads who have been living (and doing well) in Los Angeles.

The entire film can be found on youtube; simply click here for the Cinematic Triumph” (check out 6:20). It was a great experience.

I have done more serious films as well. Part Two of The Watchful Specter” (from the top) is a good example. This is a short film about fate and dreams; nothing is what it seems.

My most recent feature length, Enter the Zombie:3D” is in it’s last legs of production and should be previewing early summer. Check back soon for links. 

Click for Headshots and Resume