Ali Stroker: we speak to the Tony award-winning disabled actress and singer

Ali Stroker is a 32-year-old American actress and singer, best known for being the first wheelchair user to perform on Broadway and win a Tony award for her performance in Oklahoma!. Our writer, Emma Purcell, got the chance to interview Ali about her career in the performing arts as a disabled person.

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