On Tuesday, October 4, Constance Wu, the Golden Globe Award–nominated star of Crazy Rich Asians, sits down with Beth Newell from Reductress to talk about her first book, a raw and relatable essay collection chronicling Wu’s private memories of childhood, young love and heartbreak, sexual assault and harassment, and how she “made it” in Hollywood, at Symphony Space’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre, 250 W. 95th St. at 7pm.
Making a Scene offers a behind-the-scenes look at being Asian American in the entertainment industry and the continuing evolution of her identity and influence in the public eye.
There are a limited number of companion tickets available, these tickets are $20 and do not include a book. To purchase a companion ticket, add a standard ticket and a companion ticket to your cart. The companion ticket will be discounted at checkout. Note that companion tickets are only available to purchase with a full-price ticket and don’t include a copy of the book. All other in-person tickets come with a copy of Making a Scene.
The evening starts at 7pm. Ticket prices: Members (with book) $40, Non-members (with book) $43, 30 & Under (with book) $34. Click here for tickets.
There will be no public signing at this event.