Made in Buffalo presents Cheryl Stern:
April 26, 2020 | 5 PM
Smith Theatre/Shea’s Bistro
Join us for this exclusive event and help support Made In Buffalo!
$150 to include:
Open bar cocktail party
Plentiful food catered by Luscious by Lori (kosher non-dairy)
Admission to the 7 pm Shoes and Baggage show
(more to come!)
Devi Bollywood Performing Arts Indian Dance Troupe
Big J Blues
Shoes and Baggage
The Win and the Sin and the High of the Buy
Shoes and Baggage is about the insatiable urge to purchase and possess beautiful things and the deeper feelings that propel this behavior. Broadway veteran actress and Jonathan Larson award-winning writer Cheryl Stern takes us on a wild, hilarious, and heartbreaking ride of hunting and spending as she digs deep to understand her own obsession with shopping.
From her escapades while in the cast of the star-studded Broadway revival of The Women to her stint as coach and host on The Home Shopping Network, Cheryl portrays over two dozen characters, illuminating a secret yet relatable world of retail enslavement.
Shoes and Baggage is a 75 minute solo odyssey, featuring an original score with lyrics by Cheryl and music by Drama Desk nominated and Emmy Award winning composer Tom Kochan.
In conjunction with
Those who call Buffalo home, whether or not they still live in the community, know the sense of pride and closeness that makes Buffalo special. There is a deep connection and love of this place, and we think it should be celebrated.
Made In Buffalo, an ongoing series powered by the Buffalo Jewish Federation, will shine a spotlight on those famous Buffalonians who cut their teeth right here in our backyard.
The purpose of Made in Buffalo is to celebrate a personality who can lay claim to being “made” in our region and allow the Buffalo Jewish Federation to provide a dynamic program as a gift to the greater community.
MADE IN BUFFALO COMMITTEE:
Marjorie Godin Bryen, Chair | Kelly Lignos Ziv | Joni Shatkin | Nancy Fernandez | Leslie Shuman Kramer, President, Buffalo Jewish Federation | Randi Morkisz, Assistant Executive Director, Buffalo Jewish Federation | Rob Goldberg, CEO, Buffalo Jewish Federation
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