We are super excited to have this really funny lady in Small Space Fest! 

From her website:

Amrita Dhaliwal is an actor and performer in Los Angeles.  Her work has spanned multiple stages: from theatre to film to clown.  Amrita can currently be seen performing regularly with The Murge, a creation of John Gilkey, as well as many additional variety and improv shows in Los Angeles. In Chicago, she helped found Dal Vivo Theater Company, taught at Black Box Acting and worked extensively in the physical theater community. She has trained largely with Paola Coletto in physical theater and clown,  Black Box, where she also taught, in Meisner and Viewpoints, Second City Chicago, iO Chicago, Annoyance, Groundlings, and Philippe Gaulier in clown. A few of her favorite stage highlights include the production of Sonnets for an Old Century by Jose Rivera at Steppenwolf Garage, Stir-Friday Night!'s 15th Anniversary show, and performing at the Library of Congress in D.C. for an exploration of Indian Punjabi culture and heritage.

Amrita is most grateful to her Dhaliwal clan of siblings, Tom, Janice, Mina, Jim, Neelam, Mark, and to her parents, Tehsel Singh Dhaliwal, P.E., and Balbir Kaur Dhaliwal, P.h.D., for their immense sacrifices and unwavering support from the beginning of their journey in coming to this great country to the daily conversations.

Video of her character, "Lady Love," Here
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