Diep Tran

Diep Tran is a culture critic/reporter/editor based in New York City. Her loves include musical theater and period dramas. She interviewed Keanu Reeves once and got him to admit he was Asian. Twitter: @DiepThought

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Sara Porkalob Is Playing a White Supremacist on Broadway

And you know what? It was her idea

Aya Ogawa as their youngest son Kenya in “The Nosebleed.”

Dealing With Our Daddy Issues

In ‘The Nosebleed,’ playwright Aya Ogawa examines their relationship with their father—and urges you to think about yours, too


There’s So Much More to the Multiverse

MCU, ‘The Matrix,’ and ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ may have popularized the idea, but the multiverse is actually deeply rooted in Buddhism

Into the Woods, part of The Public Theater’s 2012 Shakespeare in the Park season, directed by Timothy Sheader and co-directed by Liam Steel.

Cinderella Has Never Been So Relatable

The diverse cast in Broadway’s revival of ‘Into the Woods’ brings new dimension to classic fairy tale characters

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Pixar’s ‘Turning Red’ is a coming-of-age classic

Domee Shi spins the Asian American mother-daughter narrative anew