Sundeep Morrison

 

 

 
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RAG HEAD EXTENDED RUN!

Inspired by actual events, Sundeep Morrison’s one woman show, RAGHEAD, addresses hate, hope and American identity. 

After premiering in Los Angeles this past spring to a sold out run, Rag Head returns to the stage this fall with a four week run produced in association with The Complex Hollywood Theater beginning September 20th - October 14th. Ticket proceeds will benefit the The Sikh coalition.org Stay tuned for show times and ticket info.

Since 9/11, there has been an alarming increase in hate crimes committed against Sikhs, Muslims and other immigrant communities. With their turbans and long beards, Sikhs are often mistaken for Muslims or Arabs, and have inadvertently become targets of anti-Muslim bias in the United States. According to the Sikh Coalition, there are roughly 500,000 Sikhs in the U.S. many of whom have been subject to xenophobic harassment or violence. 


Follow @ragheadusa on Instagram to learn about upcoming performances, non-profit collaborations, and Morrison’s ongoing Sikh awareness workshops. 

 

  Written and Performed by Sundeep Morrison    SUNDEEP MORRISON is a Punjabi Sikh writer, actress, author and activist. A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy NY,  her work focuses on social justice, cultural friction, inter-ethnic family dynamics and feminism. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.    Directed by Amrita Dhaliwal   AMRITA DHALIWAL is a performer, director and educator. Specializing in physical theatre, improvisation and viewpoints, her work spans stage and film, including Congress where she performed in the Exploration of Punjabi Culture and Heritage In Washington D.C. Born and raised in Chicago by her Indian Punjabi Sikh parents, her work explores the infinite duality of life in America. *For more visit  www.amritadhaliwal.com    

Written and Performed by Sundeep Morrison

SUNDEEP MORRISON is a Punjabi Sikh writer, actress, author and activist. A graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy NY,  her work focuses on social justice, cultural friction, inter-ethnic family dynamics and feminism. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. 

Directed by Amrita Dhaliwal

AMRITA DHALIWAL is a performer, director and educator. Specializing in physical theatre, improvisation and viewpoints, her work spans stage and film, including Congress where she performed in the Exploration of Punjabi Culture and Heritage In Washington D.C. Born and raised in Chicago by her Indian Punjabi Sikh parents, her work explores the infinite duality of life in America. *For more visit www.amritadhaliwal.com

 

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