Tony Winner Ali Stroker is smiling, wearing a yellow dress, and holding up a Tony award statue directly after receiving the award. She is using a wheelchair.

ALI STROKER made history in 2015 as the first actress who uses a wheelchair for mobility to perform on a Broadway stage.  Se performed the role of Anna in Deaf West’s  revival of SPRING AWAKENING.  You may recognize her from THE GLEE PROJECT and later GLEE, as well as LETHAL WEAPON, DRUNK HISTORY, and CITY BOYZ.  She has performed at The Kennedy Center, Papermill Playhouse, The Town Hall, and The Hollywood Bowl.  Ali is a graduate of NYU Tisch, and she is an advocate for inclusion in the arts and anti-bullying campaigns.  

Ali recently broke the glass ceiling as the first person who uses a wheelchair to win a Tony Award! Watch her amazing acceptance speech for winning Best Actress in a supporting role for her work in OKLAHOMA.