Ali Stroker

Entertainment
“It’s hard to look at things that are uncomfortable. But the only way to make progress is to feel the discomfort," the actress said.
Videos
Actor Ali Stroker dedicated her acceptance speech at the Tony Awards to kids with disabilities.
Entertainment
The actress’s award was a triumph for disabled representation, but how she received it was a sad reminder of the reality of ableism.
Entertainment
The actress earned rave reviews for her performance in the Broadway revival of "Oklahoma!"
Entertainment
The first actress in a wheelchair to perform on Broadway told Teen Vogue about how her life experiences gave her an edge.
Culture & Arts
The 13th - a sobering history lesson on the state of the Union By Don Adkins, ZEALnyc Managing Editor, October 14, 2016 Read
Culture & Arts
From that Annie production, Stroker was hooked. Playing different roles, becoming a variety of people was healing. Performing
Queer Voices
The actress talks about what does -- and doesn't -- define her.