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Hansel Tan

 
Bio:
Hansel Tan proudly reps the small island-state of Singapore, and has been seen on stages in NYC, regionally, internationally, and on TV and film. AEA/SAG-AFTRA. (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Hansel Tan proudly reps the small island-state of Singapore, and has been seen on stages in NYC, regionally, internationally, and on TV and film. AEA/SAG-AFTRA. (read complete bio)
 

Photos

Hansel Tan, Pearl Rhein & Sarah Nandola Photo

Hansel Tan, Pearl Rhein & Sarah Nandola

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05/07/2022
Group hug ? Hansel Tan, Cara Reichl and Devin Ilaw.  Photo

Group hug ? Hansel Tan, Cara Reichl and Devin Ilaw.

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05/22/2021
Audience members Devin Ilaw and Hansel Tan. Photo

Audience members Devin Ilaw and Hansel Tan.

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Date:
05/22/2021
Jason Ma, Devin Ilaw, Hansel Tan and Lia Chang. Photo by Melissa Huber Photo

Jason Ma, Devin Ilaw, Hansel Tan and Lia Chang. Photo by Melissa Huber

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Date:
05/22/2021
Devin Ilaw, Project Director Dev Bondarin, Hansel Tan. Photo

Devin Ilaw, Project Director Dev Bondarin, Hansel Tan.

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Date:
05/22/2021
 

Hansel Tan Biography

Hansel Tan proudly reps the small island-state of Singapore, and has been seen on stages in NYC, regionally, internationally, and on TV and film. AEA/SAG-AFTRA.




Hansel Tan News

Review: Theatre Raleigh's YELLOW FACE Photo Review: Theatre Raleigh's YELLOW FACE
by Jeffrey Kare - Jul 1, 2022

What did our critic think? Yellow Face follows Asian-American playwright DHH. Fresh off his Tony Award win for M. Butterfly, he leads a protest against the casting of Jonathan Pryce as the Eurasian pimp in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon, condemning the practice as 'yellowface.' His position soon comes back to haunt him when he mistakes a Caucasian actor, Marcus G. Dahlman, for mixed-race, and casts him as the lead Asian role of his own Broadway-bound comedy, Face Value. When DHH discovers the truth of Marcus' ethnicity, he tries to conceal his blunder to protect his reputation as an Asian-American role model by passing the actor off as a 'Siberian Jew.'

Theatre Raleigh To Present Telly Leung Directed Production Of YELLOW FACE Beginning 6 Photo Theatre Raleigh To Present Telly Leung Directed Production Of YELLOW FACE Beginning 6/22
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 16, 2022

Yellow Face, directed by Telly Leung for Theatre Raleigh, blurs the lines between truth and fiction blur with hilarious and moving resulting in David Henry Hwang's unreliable memoir. Yellow Face plays June 22-July 3rd at the TR Studio Theatre, with tickets starting at $30.

Theatre Raleigh Announces Cast for Production of YELLOW FACE Photo Theatre Raleigh Announces Cast for Production of YELLOW FACE
by Marissa Tomeo - May 28, 2022

Following their sold out run of Forever Plaid, Theatre Raleigh continues their 2022 Main Stage Season with Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang. Leading this production are Hansel Tan (Off-Broadway: Ping Pong and Unlock'd) as DHH and Pascal Pastrana (Broadway: Mean Girls) as Marcus. 

Photos: Take a Look at the Cast Of the 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTA Photo Photos: Take a Look at the Cast Of the 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTATA
by Marissa Tomeo - May 7, 2022

Bill Castellino¬†directs and choreographs. Cast members include¬†Almeria Campbell,¬†Victoria Casillo,¬†Daniela Delahuerta,¬†Matthew Liu, Jesse Manocherian, Sarah Nandola, Pearl Rhein, Noah Ruebeck, Hansel Tan,¬†and¬†Miles Whittaker. Twenty-five performances will be staged from April 23 ‚Äď May 22, 2022, at¬†Nancy Manocherian's the cell theatre, 338 West 23rd¬†Street, New York, NY 11201.

New Cast Members Join 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTATA Photo New Cast Members Join 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTATA
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 21, 2022

With performances beginning April 23rd, Nancy Manocherian’s the cell theatre and Nightclub Cantata LLC, by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals, will present  Elizabeth Swados’ 1977 breakout sensation Nightclub Cantata, a provocative, eclectic and heralded theatrical creation rarely seen since its inception decades ago. 

Cast Announced for 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTATA Photo Cast Announced for 45th Anniversary Production of NIGHTCLUB CANTATA
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 28, 2022

 Nancy Manocherian’s the cell theatre and Nightclub Cantata LLC, by special arrangement with Concord Theatricals, have announced the cast of Elizabeth Swados’ 1977 breakout sensation Nightclub Cantata, a provocative, eclectic and heralded theatrical creation rarely seen since its inception decades ago.

Photos: Telly Leung & More Lead NOBLE FAMILY Concert at The Cutting Room Photo Photos: Telly Leung & More Lead NOBLE FAMILY Concert at The Cutting Room
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 11, 2022

An all-star concert of the new musical Noble Family premiered at New York City's famed The Cutting Room on March 3, 2022. Directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. (Miss Saigon, Baby, Fosse), the starry cast was led by Broadway veterans including Telly Leung, Lianah Sta. Ana, and Joan Almedilla.

Casting Announced for Woodie King Jr.'s New Federal Theatre World Premiere of GONG LU Photo Casting Announced for Woodie King Jr.'s New Federal Theatre World Premiere of GONG LUM'S LEGACY
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 22, 2022

Woodie King Jr.’s New Federal Theatre in association with The Peccadillo Theater Company will present the World Premiere of Gong Lum’s Legacy by Charles L. White, directed by Elizabeth Van Dyke with Associate Director Dan Wackerman, March 24-April 24 at Theatre @ St. Clements.

HOLD THESE TRUTHS Live Virtual Reading Will Celebrate AAPI Theatre Artists This Month Photo HOLD THESE TRUTHS Live Virtual Reading Will Celebrate AAPI Theatre Artists This Month
by Stephi Wild - Feb 10, 2022

Created in response to the sharp rise in hate directed toward the AAPI community over the past few years, Boston Court Pasadena, East West Players, and Pasadena Playhouse have joined forces to share a virtual reading of Jeanne Sakata's timely solo play Hold These Truths. 

BWW Review: VIETGONE at Geva Theatre Photo BWW Review: VIETGONE at Geva Theatre
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Oct 11, 2021

Until recently, seeing live indoor theatre seemed like a relic of the distant past, and sitting in the audience for a play that can only be described as a rap-infused comic book comedy about Vietnamese refugees is something that definitely wasn't on my bingo card for 2021, and yet here we are. There's a lot to unpack with 'Vietgone', but overall, productions with this much flair, surprise, and unique storytelling are exactly what I've missed about Geva Theatre over the past 18 months.