?I Used to Hate Country Music? Featuring Mandi Corrao Hosted by Raue Center Café FEBRUARY 26 @ 6:15p FREE ADMISSION! Have you ever wondered what would happen if you turned a musical theatre nerd into a country fan? Probably not, but it's bound to be an exciting show! Join Mandi Corrao as she explores her journey from country music novice to country music lover. Wherever you find yourself on the spectrum, there's sure to be something for everyone to enjoy! With 80's rock, pop, country (and maybe a showtune sprinkled in) it's bound to be a great time! Mandi is a Chicago-based singer, dancer, and actor. This is her first time performing at Raue Center, and she couldn't be more thrilled! Mandi is a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University where she received a degree in Theatre. Her most recent Chicago credits include the role of Doralee Rhodes in "9 to 5: the Musical" with Big Noise Theatre, Doris Walker in "Miracle on 34th Street: The Live Musical Radio Play" with the Towle Theatre, and Princess Fiona in "Shrek: The Musical" with Windy City Performs. Mandi also frequents the Chicago cabaret scene, particularly at Davenport's Piano Bar where she has performed in many solo and group cabarets. Café programming is sponsored by Casio and Piano Trends.