Categories: Blog / January 25, 2013 /
Joe Dziemianowicz, New York Daily News
Beam me up, Broadway.
George Takei, aka “Star Trek” helmsman Hikaru Sulu, is passionate about a personal enterprise.
The 75-year-old actor has had a longtime dream of telling the story of his childhood in an internment camp on Broadway. The tale was told last fall in the musical “Allegiance” at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre.
On Monday at New World Stages, Takei will discuss the show and how he built a social-media platform to make it happen at the second annual TEDxBroadway symposium. The event is built around the question: “What’s the best Broadway can be?”
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