Sky of Darkness
June 1, 2022
Written by Siting Yang and directed by Rakesh Palisetty, HanJie stars as Ma Luo, in this documentary-style play that takes a somber look at neocolonialism, race and the perils of personal choices in the face of complex global issues.
March 6th, 2022
Led by Tony Award -winning costume designer, Linda Cho, HanJie joins the costume design team for this Broadway farce this spring. Written by Selina Fillinger and directed by multi-award winning director, Susan Stroman. Performances starting April 14th through to August 2022.
HanJie joins The Windmill Soho
September 1st, 2021
HanJie joins the Stage Management team at the famed Windmill Soho - a venue world renowned for its immersed variety theatre experience.
Sanctuary City marks the return of live theatre in NYC
September 1st, 2021
Prior to the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020, HanJie worked with award winning designer Tom Scutt, and Olivier Award winning director Rebecca Frecknall, to bring to life Sanctuary City - written by Pulitzer Prize Award winner, Martyna Majok.
Sanctuary City marks New York Theatre Workshop's first live performance since the shutdown.
Lead actor in 'Boxes', Creating Apart (2021)
July 1st, 2021
Funded by the Arts Council England, HanJie is thrilled to be playing Jeremy, in Boxes. Written and directed by David Tse, as part of the Creating Apart series - a project aimed to increase visibility of East Asian and South East Asian artists within the United Kingdom.
June 15th, 2021
New portraits and headshots by the incomparable Kim Hardy
Check some of them out here!
HanJie joins NYTW's Mind The Gap
May 17th, 2021
HanJie plays the lead actor in two new plays: Love is Immortality by Olivia Matthews, and Wall of Silence by Encke King. Inspired by true stories.
Part of the intergenerational workshop program produced by New York Theatre Workshop - Mind the Gap fosters dialogue between diverse artists and audience members.
HanJie speaks to Eastern Daily Press
February 10, 2021
HanJie sits down for an interview with Ben Hardy of the national newspaper: Eastern Daily Press to talk about his successful career and his love for the theatre.
Full article here!
COVID Impact on Offstage Broadway Theatre Makers
September 14, 2020
HanJie speaks again as part of a featured photo series on Playbill, sharing how offstage theatre makers have been impacted in light of the pandemic.
HanJie cast in 'Behind the Screen', for Show Face Fest
December 1st, 2020
HanJie has been cast in a lead role for the upcoming virtual theatre performance 'Behind the Screen', written and directed by Destiny Williams. Part of the Show Face Festival, founded during the pandemic lockdown, 'Behind the Screen' is one of the few pieces chosen for a global showcase during these tough times.
Check out the Winter Festival here!
Global Gab and Global Forms Theatre Festival
June 28, 2020
As the pandemic rages, a group of diverse artists come together during the industry wide lockdown, to create and connect. HanJie joins a panel of artists as part of the online Global Forms Theatre Festival produced in collaboration with New York Theatre Salon and Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre.
HanJie Chow speaks on OnStage Blog
March 29th, 2020
Writer Thomas Burns-Scully interviewed HanJie for OnStage Blog, and talks about the Covid-19 period, keeping busy, and looking ahead during these unprecedented times.
Find it here!
Playbill interviews HanJie Chow
February 18th, 2020
Playbill staff writer Olivia Clement and photographer Marc J. Franklin recently interviewed HanJie on his NYC career as a multi-hyphenate artist.
Read the article here!
HanJie leads multiple voiceover roles in Lady Lucy
January 15th, 2020
HanJie plays the lead voiceover characters of Phillip Henslowe and Will Shakespeare in the British-American podcast audio drama Lady Lucy, based on the 'Dark Lady' sonnets about the historical figure Lucy Negro.
Written and directed by Rachel Jarvis, with sound design by Jalen Anderson. Available on Spotify, Anchor, iTunes, and anywhere you get your podcasts!
Sing Street moves to Broadway!
December 16th, 2019
Working with famed costume designer Bob Crowley, for the Broadway transfer of the acclaimed musical, Sing Street. Finishing its run at the New York Theatre Workshop, the new musical directed by Rebecca Taichman with choreography by Sonya Tayeh will be staged at the Lyceum Theatre in New York City.