Tag: Broadway

100 Auditions

Actors of Color! It’s time we took matters into our own hands. I am tired of our under-representation on stage and screen. I am tired of hearing everyone complain (me included). So let’s start a revolution, let’s start a protest. Now more than ever, due to this horrific political climate, we need to be seen […]

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How was your weekend?

This was one of the worst and one of the most beautiful weekends I have ever been part of. Where there is darkness I was able to find the light. Thursday 1/19: I was lucky enough to be able to participate in the Ghostlight Project with hundreds of fellow artists around the country. We came […]

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NYGSP “The Mikado” – Was it diverse enough?

I have so many feelings regarding this show, especially because of the yellowfacing that usually takes place with this classic Gilbert and Sullivan piece. White people playing Japanese people. If you don’t understand why that is wrong then we are going to have a problem, and you better watch your back. I have ninja stars. […]

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Hapa Hour with Celia Mei Rubin

One thing I love about NYC and the theatre community is how small it is. Especially amongst Hapas. Today’s Hapa on Hapa Hour is Celia Mei Rubin. She and I haven’t actually met in person but we have so many mutual friends and I have heard a great deal about this beautiful gal. Celia was born […]

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Hapa Shaming – Hapa Hour

Today’s Hapa Shaming story is brought to you by Carol Angeli Wynn. As some of you know, I am producing a Hapa Cabaret at The Triad, September 12th. This story is what followed the release of this promo video.     When the new production company, tailor-made especially for the Hapa talent in our industry, […]

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Hapa Hour with Diane Phelan

I am so thrilled to introduce you all to today’s Hapa. I finally met her face to face last night! #HapaTribe Diane Phelan is an New York based actress, director and photographer. Most recently she was seen in the original Broadway cast of The King and I at Lincoln Center and in the groundbreaking production […]

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Hapa Hour with Celina Nightengale

I love the word Hapa. I think it is the perfect word to describe anyone who is multicultural. In my opinion, you don’t have to be half Asian to be Hapa, and today’s guest makes that perfectly clear! I first met Celina Nightengale performing at Disney together. She’s an amazing dancer and beautiful on the […]

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Me on The Cooler with Rebecca Berman

This week I was interviewed by Rebecca Berman on The Cooler, an online talk show. To watch my segment go to 30.49 Watch me talk about MeSoHapa, food, challenges in being a multi-ethnic actor in the entertainment industry, and much more. Be sure to follow Rebecca Berman on Twitter @RebeccaBermanTV and check out her website: […]

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Hapa Hour with Lauren Lim Jackson

Today’s Hapa is an amazing woman! She is gorgeous, smart, and talented. Lauren Lim Jackson. P.S. Yesterday was her birthday! Happy Birthday Lauren! Lauren’s credits include: Broadway: Motown, Memphis, Wonderland, and Finian’s Rainbow. Off Bway/Regional/Tour: Sistas (choreographer/AUDELCO nominee), The Wiz (Encores), Chicago (ATP), Big Fish (ATP), Ring of Fire (ATP), Rocky Horror Show (Old Globe), […]

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Hapa Hour with Satomi Hofmann

I am thrilled to feature today’s hapa. She is currently on Broadway performing in “The Phantom of the Opera”. Not only is she talented and beautiful, she has broken down barriers in the entertainment industry. Friends Satomi Hofmann. Ms. Hofmann is an actress, musician, arranger, and composer. Credits include Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera […]

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