Krystina Alabado is a Mexican-Lebanese-American actress, singer, and voiceover artist who has been making her mark on Broadway and beyond for over a decade.
Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Alabado developed a passion for performing at an early age. She joined the national tour of Spring Awakening as part of the ensemble at the age of 18, marking the start of her professional career.
In 2011, Alabado made her Broadway debut as a replacement ensemble member and understudy in American Idiot, later reprising her role in the show's first national tour. She continued to perform in various Broadway productions, including Evita (2013), American Psycho (2016), and Mean Girls (2019-2020).
Alabado's portrayal of Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls garnered critical acclaim, with critics praising her comedic timing, vocal prowess, and ability to capture the character's complexity. Her performance earned her a nomination for an Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical.
Beyond Broadway, Alabado has appeared in numerous off-Broadway and regional productions, including This Ain't No Disco, The Mad Ones, David Bowie's Lazarus, and Camp Wanatachi. She has also lent her voice to various animated characters, including Veronica in the Netflix reboot of Voltron Legendary Defender of the Universe and Hannah in AMC's first animated drama, Pantheon.