Hop@Home: Hop to Broadway with Ali Stroker
Hop to Broadway: A Talk Show

Live with Ali Stroker

Hosted by John Heginbotham
April 29

Get to know Tony winner Ali Stroker in a live conversation with the Hop's (and Broadway's) John Heginbotham.

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Stroker tore up the stage as Ado Annie in Broadway's 2019 re-imagined Oklahoma!, but her star first rose in 2015 when she became the first actress using a wheelchair to appear on Broadway, in Deaf West's acclaimed revival of Spring Awakening. She'll converse live with Hop to Broadway host Heginbotham, and viewers can ask questions via live chat!

After graduating from NYU's Tisch School, Stroker got her start in TV's The Glee Project, Ten Days in the Valley and more. She earned a Barrymore Award nomination as Olive Ostrovsky in The Twenty-Fifth Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and in addition to work on and off-Broadway has soloed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, New York's Town Hall, the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. A humanitarian and advocate, Stroker has been a co-chair of Women Who Care, which supports United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. She's a founding member of Be More Heroic, an anti-bullying campaign that toured the country connecting with thousands of students each year. Her devotion to educating and inspiring others brought Stroker to South Africa with ARTS InsideOut, where she held theater workshops and classes for women and children affected by HIV and AIDS. 

This event occurred as part of the 19/20 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

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