Changing the Stats: Asian Americans on Broadway

While this year has seen some monumental casting and production choices on Broadway, only 3% of new roles were given to Asian American performers in the past few seasons.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson went to the rehearsal for “Asian Americans on Broadway”, an original production gathering talented Asian American actors to perform their Broadway dream roles, and brings you the story.

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