National Asian Artists Project is set to present a one-night benefit production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, June 4 at 7:30 pm at The Peter Jay Sharp Theater. Baayork Lee will direct. Musical direction will be by Kevin Farrell.

The production, which will feature an all Asian-American cast of professionals, tells the story of barker Billy Bigelow, who captivates and marries the millworker Julie Jordan. Suddenly faced with the unexpected prospect of becoming a father, Billy attempts to provide for his family with unfortunate consequences.

The cast will include Ali Ewoldt (Carrie Pipperidge), Steven Eng (Enoch Snow), Kylie Liya Goldstein (Louise), MaryAnn Hu (Mrs. Mullins), Devin Ilaw (Billy Bigelow), Helen Park (Nettie Fowler), Diane Phelan (Julie Jordan), David Shih (Bascombe), Viet Vo (Jigger), Alison Lea Bender, Lynn Craig, Chris Ignacio, Brian Jose, Brian Kim, Whitney Kam Lee, Rebecca Lee Lerman, Kathleen Lynch, Shoba Narayanan, and Kevin Schuering.

Costume design is by Jimm Halliday.

All proceeds from the performance will go towards future projects of National Asian Artists Project.

For more information and tickets to Carousel, click here.