An Evening with
from Enlow Recital Hall
February 27, 2021
Join Broadway's groundbreaking Tony Award Winning performer Ali Stroker for an intimate live streamed concert from the stage of Kean University's Enlow Recital Hall on Saturday, February 27 at 7:30 p.m. EST. The evening will feature songs from the Great American Songbook from such composers as Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephen Sondheim, Carole King, Stephen Schwartz, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more!
Saturday, Feb 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Live captioning and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be available for this performance.
We are pleased to bring this very special Kean Stage virtual experience to you in the comfort of your home. The concert will be live streamed from Kean University’s Enlow Recital Hall.
A unique access link will be sent to you via email one hour prior to the show.
$25 ... per device
Discounted tickets are available for the Kean University family!
Please email email@example.com from your Kean University email account and specify whether you are a Kean student, faculty, staff or alumni.
Learn about Ali’s Amazing!
Groundbreaking performer Ali Stroker won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Ado Annie in Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! She made history as the first actor in a wheelchair to appear on Broadway when she originated Anna's role in Deaf West's acclaimed 2015 revival of Spring Awakening.
Ali is also the first actress in a wheelchair to graduate from NYU's Tisch drama program. She starred in 12 episodes of the talent competition, The Glee Project, which led to a guest role on Fox's Glee. She had a recurring role in the Kyra Sedgwick ABC series, Ten Days in the Valley, and guest-starred on Freeform's The Bold Type, Fox's Lethal Weapon, CBS' Instinct, The CW's Charmed and Comedy Central's Drunk History.
Ali earned a Barrymore Award nomination for starring as Olive in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. In addition to her work on and off-Broadway, she’s had solo performances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, New York’s Town Hall and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Stroker has been a co-chair of Women Who Care, which supports the United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. She co-founded Be More Heroic, an anti-bullying campaign that tours the country connecting with thousands of students each year. She's led theater workshops for South African women and children affected by HIV and AIDS with ARTS InsideOut.
Ali's dedication to improving lives through the arts, disabled or not, is captured in her motto: "Making Your Limitations Your Opportunities."