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Catch up with Ali ahead of her upcoming concert with Seth Rudetsky!

Seeing your favorite Broadway stars live on a Broadway stage may not be a reality for a while, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy them live from your screen. BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge is keeping up with all of their latest projects on Backstage Live, bringing you in-depth interviews twice weekly.

Watch as he chats with Tony winner Ali Stroker, who will soon join Seth Rudetsky for two very special concerts on Sunday, April 11 (3pm and 8pm).


"It's going to be such a blast," said Ali. "I adore Seth. He's such a great guy and we've had many opportunities to connect over the past few years, so I count him as one of my friends. And I love to sing while Seth plays! Seth plays in the most creative, beautiful way, and always supporting the singer."

What can fans expect from the concert? "I'm gonna do some songs that I've done before, but I'm also gonna do some new songs. I'm gonna sing '9 to 5,' 'Somewhere That's Green,' a medley that's 'Here You Come Again' by Dolly Parton, into 'Hopelessly Devoted' from Grease, into 'Burn' from Hamilton."

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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 most recently starred in the Lifetime holiday film, Christmas Ever After. Ali made history as the first actor in a wheelchair to appear on Broadway in Deaf West's acclaimed 2015 revival of Spring Awakening. She starred in 12 episodes of The Glee Project, winning a guest role on Fox's Glee. She recurred in the ABC series, Ten Days in the Valley and guest starred on CBS' Blue Bloods, Freeform's The Bold Type, Fox's Lethal Weapon, CBS' Instinct, The CW's Charmed and Comedy Central's Drunk History. She's performed her cabaret act at Green Room 42 and solo'ed at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, New York's Town Hall, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Carnegie Hall. Her mission to improve the lives of others through the arts, disabled or not, is captured in her motto: "Turning Your Limitations Into Your Opportunities."

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