Alaina Mills

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Fiddler on the Roof

Alaina will play Golde in Fiddler on the Roof at North Shore Music Theatre, directed by Robert W. Schneider.

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Jersey Boys

Alaina is reprising her role as Mary Delgado in Jersey Boys at North Shore Music Theatre directed by Kevin P. Hill, also serving as Dance Captain and Assistant Director/Choreographer.

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Brilliance

Alaina is in the ensemble and assistant choreographer for the industry reading of Brilliance, directed by Lance Lewman.

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Elvis- A Musical Revolution

Alaina will play Ann-Margret, Dixie Locke, and serve as Dance Captain in Elvis- A Musical Revolution at North Shore Music Theatre directed by Kevin P. Hill.

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Jersy Boys

Alaina is playing Mary Delgado and the dance captain for Jersey Boys at Theatre By The Sea directed by Kevin P. Hill.

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Beautiful

Alaina will play Cynthia Weil in Beautiful at Theatre By The Sea directed by Michael Jablonski.

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A Class Act

After two years of waiting, Alaina is thrilled to play Sophie in A Class Act Off-Broadway,  directed by Robert W. Schneider, with j2 Spotlight Theatre Company at Theatre Row.

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Beautiful

Alaina was seen around the country in the first national tour of Beautiful- The Carole King Musical, covering the title role and Cynthia Weil and serving as Dance Captain.

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Alaina Mills – memorable as the hair-whipping Ann-Margret in last season’s NSMT production of “Elvis: A Musical Revolution” – is once again terrific as hot-tempered Mary Delgado, Valli’s first wife, a role she played in NSMT’s 2019 staging of “Jersey Boys.”
— R. Scott Reedy, Broadwayworld
Equally impressive on stage is Alaina Mills as, perhaps considered the "mistress of all mistresses," legendary actress Ann Marget, who had a torrid affair with Elvis. This well-publicized affair (though not altogether confirmed - nor disputed - by the surviving parties) between two of the hottest entertainers of the time, is not "re-enacted" on stage, but is "represented" in the sultry, steamy and blazingly choreographed, "You’re the Boss," quite possibly one of the most unexpected superior (if less familiar) musical numbers in the show. It may be cold outside, but, to paraphrase the "King," "the temperature is rising" on stage during this number.
— Kevin T. Baldwin, METRMAG
Alaina Mills as Cynthia Weil and Andrew Poston as Barry Mann bring a bit of brightness to every scene they’re in.  
— Andria Tieman, BroadwayWorld
"Diane J. Findlay’s Sister Mary Lazarus, an older nun, and Alaina Mills’ Sister Mary Martin-of-Tours, a vision-receiving nun, also provide some comic moments."
— Allen Neuner, Out in Jersey
"The rest of the cast provides ample support with Eric Michael Gillett (as mentor Lehman) and Alaina Mills (as his soulmate Sophie) the standouts. Mills gets to sing the most famous song from the show, “The Next Best Thing to Love,” which may be the next best thing to Randy Graff, who stole the original production with that song."
— Cary Wong, Interested Bystander
"Other standouts in the cast were, Sally Cato portrayed by Alaina Mills, with a strong voice, and oozing jealously toward Mame, she gave life to what is often a two-dimensional caricature."
— david tompkins, broadway world
"As Hildy, Alaina Mills is the most charismatic force in the show, aggressively wooing Chip and absolutely smoking highlight number ‘I Can Cook Too.ʼ "
— David Wilcox, aurburnpub review
"But the biggest showstopper is Alaina Mills (Patty Simcox) singing 'Yeeughh!' Mills' number is sung magnificently over the roars of laughter."
— katy walsh, chicago now
Plus, several well-staged numbers really stand out, including a steamy “You’re the Boss” featuring Berry and a well-cast Alaina Mills as his co-star and purported paramour Ann-Margret.
— Peter Chianca, Boston.com
This reviewer’s particular favorite was “You’re the Boss,” the red hot, sizzling Elvis/Ann-Margaret number pas de deux (Alaina Mills is riveting).
— Shelley A. Sacket, Theater Mirror
Alaina Mills, who was seen earlier this season as Cynthia Weil in "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" gives us a memorable Mary Delgado.
— Nancy Burns-Fusaro, The Westerly Sun
Cynthia Weil (Alaina Mills is pure talent and charm)
— Nancy Burns-Fusaro, The Westerly Sun
Mills' voice and fiery presence is palpable
— Will Demers, EDGE Media Network
"The roles of the musical duo — Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann — were well portrayed by Alaina Mills, who stood in for Erika Olson on opening night, and Ben Fankhauser, both of whom provided some humor in the midst of the cutthroat music business."
— julie mchale, timeout milwaukee
"...The brassy Alaina Mills polishes her hard-boiled moll to a bright shine."
— Thomas Garvey, The Hub
"Alaina Mills, as the gangster moll Erma, teases the sailors with a saucy ‘Buddie, Beware.'"
— terry byrne, boston globe
"Alaina Mills as Moon's female foil Erma swabs the deck with her entourage of love-starved sailors. She winks and wiggles and sashays through"Buddy, Beware," extolling the virtues of remaining single all the while making her swooning gobs hungry for marriage.
— jan nargi, broadway world
"Instead, we first meet Carole as a smart 16-year-old, living with her mother, Genie Klein (a delightful Alaina Mills), in Manhattan."
— paul lamar, the daily gazette

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