In Conversation with ‘My Fair Lady’s’ Shereen Ahmed
Shereen Ahmed is a singer/actress residing in New York City where she is best known for crashing her first Broadway open call, debuting in the Lincoln Center Theatre’s revival of My Fair Lady.
Shereen has studied human rights at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, and she holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Sociology and Anthropology with a Concentration in Criminal Justice from Towson University.
She is passionate about creating art that inspires by raising awareness to issues of diversity, inclusion, and equality through her work, volunteering, and meaningful conversation.
She is traveling the country starring as Eliza Doolittle in the first national tour of The Lincoln Center Theatre’s production of My Fair Lady, under the direction of Bartlett Sher. The tour is scheduled to play the Durham Performing Arts Center next year.
Hear what Shereen Ahmed has to say to RDU on Stage about this GORGEOUS production, representation on stage, and discrimination amidst a pandemic.
- Shereen Ahmed: Breaking the Historical Mold of Eliza Doolittle (The Ensemblist)
- The Tour of the MY FAIR LADY Henry Higgins House Set
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