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Call Me Madam: The Making of an American Millionaire
Performing Arts | Film
Date: January 29, 2014

Location: Show map
Spirit Square
Duke Energy Theater
Charlotte, NC 28202

Site: www.carolinatix.org

On Q continues Season 5: Behind The Dream with Call Me Madam: The Making of an American Millionaire, a dynamic one woman show written and performed by Charlotte native Kami Shalom. Chronicling the real-life story of Madam CJ Walker, an unforgettable visionary who was born on a plantation in 1867 yet overcame homelessness and poverty to become America’s first self-made millionaire. Kami masterfully details Madam Walker's fascinating story through the vivid portrayal of more than 20 characters with clarity, sensitivity, humor and passion. Call Me Madam embodies the universal themes of hope, courage and the inconquerable human spirit that exists in everyone determined to succeed against all odds. One week only! This is a not to be missed performance!
 


Wed. Jan. 29th @ 7:30pm | Thurs. Jan. 30th @ 7:30pm
Fri. Jan. 31st @ 8pm | Sat. Feb. 1st @ 2pm | Sat. Feb. 1st @ 8pm
Tickets $20




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