"The Welkin" with Sandra Oh, Haley Wong '20, and Ann Harada '85

Post-show conversation with Ann Harada '85 and Haley Wong '20


Don't miss this chance to hear from two accomplished Brown actresses at different points in their careers. Ann Harada '85 and Haley Wong '20 will engage in a talkshow discussion after the show -- with a possible special guest. 

June 2 at 7pm
Atlantic Theater Company
LINDA GROSS THEATER, 336 West 20th Street

Purchase can only be made by Brown Club members** and is limited to 4 tickets.


Tickets will only be distributed by a Brown Club representative at the theater from 6:15pm to 6:45pm. Please do NOT go to the box office and please arrive no later than 6:45pm.

The year is 1759 and England awaits the arrival of Halley’s Comet. The daughter of Lady Wax has been murdered and the residents of a rural town are out for blood. Sally Poppy (Haley Wong) has been found guilty of the crime, along with her lover who has already been hanged. Sally’s journey to the noose is dependent on whether she is really pregnant, as she claims, or lying. The midwife Lizzy (Sandra Oh) knows that the twelve women have the chance to make an important, life-changing decision in a world governed by men.

Ann HaradaANN HARADA '85 (Judith Brewer) originated the role of Christmas Eve in Avenue Q on Broadway and the West End. Other Broadway credits: Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods, Cinderella, 9 to 5, M. Butterfly, Seussical, Les Misérables. Selected Off-Broadway: Fairycakes, Emojiland, Dear World, Dropping Gumballs on Luke Wilson, Pacific Overtures (CSC), Stuffed (WP), Brooklynite (Vineyard), and Love, Loss, and What I Wore. Regionally: Babbitt (La Jolla Playhouse), Holiday Inn (Paper Mill), The New World (Bucks County Playhouse), Matilda, 42nd Street, Gypsy, Beauty and The Beast, and Mamma Mia (MUNY). Films include: Disenchanted, Jerry & Marge Go Large, Youth in Oregon, Sisters, Admission, and Hope Springs. She is one of the stars of the original Apple TV+ musical miniseries “Schmigadoon!” Other TV: “Blue Eye Samurai,” “Gossip Girl,” “The Flight Attendant,” “Alma’s Way,” “Gotham,” “Blue Bloods” (recurring), “Jim Gaffigan Show,” “Search Party,” “The Good Wife,” “Smash,” “30 Rock,” “House of Cards,” and “Master of None.”


Haley WongHALEY WONG '20 (Sally Poppy) is a New York-based actor from Hong Kong. Recent theater credits include: Mary Gets Hers (The Playwrights Realm), John Proctor is the Villain (Huntington Theater), Events (The Hearth/The Brick), Button Lake Band Camp (Clubbed Thumb Winterworks). BA: Brown University. For more: haleywong.com


** You are a member of the Brown Club in NY if you:

Paid to attend our Kickoff Event this past October.
Paid the annual $30 membership fee within the past twelve months.
Graduated from Brown in 2023 and signed up for free membership.

Questions? Email: elisegoyette@brownnyc.org