RAG HEAD PRESS & REVIEWS

 
 
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“Rag Head was created as an effort to educate audiences and help provide an antidote to the hateful intolerance so pervasive in this country today. The humor-etched monologues are effectively and affectingly executed."

~ Deborah Klugman STAGE RAW


 
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“Morrison buries herself in the characters, bringing each monologue vividly to life through vocal inflection,physical movement, and change of costume, be it a Sikh mother,attorney or white supremacist. Her emotional range is wide: an angry yokel; a gentle, generous store owner; a grieving father, all revealed through the prism of her expressive eyes. Rag Head powerfully addresses hate, hope and American identity as it reveals the growing surge of xenophobic violence and harassment in our hate-filled world sheds a revealing light on the often misunderstood Sikh community.” ~ Mary Mallory  TOLUCAN TIMES


 
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“Sundeep Morrison debuted her one-woman show, Rag Head, about Sikhs living in post 9-11 America last spring. It was such a success it’s having another run.” ~ Suzan Flilipek LARCHMONT CHRONICLE