East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

East Side Story

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Each week, Cheeyang Ng sits down with an Asian or Asian-American artist working in the New York Theatre scene and excavates their life story — how they grew up, how they got their start in theatre, as well as projects they’ve worked on and upcoming work that we should anticipate.

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East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

7: Arpita Mukherjee // Decolonization

Artistic Director of Hypokrit Theatre Company, an O'Neill and Lincoln Center Directing Fellow, Women's Project Lab (Director), Arpita's resume is endless ...
East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

6: Eddy Lee // Being Hamilton (Part 2)

In just a month, we've surpassed 1000 downloads of our podcast. Thank you for supporting this endeavor! Back to regularly scheduled programming, Part 2 uncovers Eddy's experience being Asian, my philosophy of conversation vs. confrontation, his time at Hamilton and more ...
East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

5: Eddy Lee // Being Hamilton (Part 1)

Making his Broadway debut through auditions in open calls without an agent, Eddy Lee is the success story everyone should know. Since the interview is a little longer than usual, I have split up the episode in two ...
East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

Bonus 2: Meetu Chilana & Sorab Wadia // Be Human

We're up in Salem, CT doing a workshop of my new musical, The Golden Threshold. Since episodes are being delayed, here's another bonus episode with some of the cast, Meetu Chilana and Sorab Wadia ...
East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

Bonus 1: Kimberly Chatterjee, Jamen Nanthakumar & Kuhoo Verma // Not Cultural Consultants

We're up in Salem, CT doing a workshop of my new musical, The Golden Threshold. And since episodes are being delayed, here's a bonus episode with not one, but three cast members of the musical. Kuhoo Verma, who appeared in the first episode of the series, returns with ...
East Side Story with Cheeyang Ng

4: Cynthia Meng // From Moulin Rouge to Hadestown

Within a year of freelancing, Cynthia has worked in rooms for musicals in-development on Broadway, Off-Broadway and out-of-town tryouts. What is her secret? Does it only have to do with luck, like she puts it? Or is it more? I believe there's certainly more to that and we ...

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