“Where Am I Going?” Featuring Sierra White FEBRUARY 7 @ 8p Tickets start at $21 ($26 at the door) * An intimate night of music and storytelling with Sierra White. Join Chicago cabaret artist Sierra White, a Williams Street Repertory favorite, for an intimate night of music and storytelling as she reflects on her life and career as an actor and singer. Featuring hits from artists like Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Frank Sinatra, “Where Am I Going?” beautifully blends classic melodies with truly contemporary memories. Sierra White was born, raised, and is still based in the greatest city in America, Chicago, Illinois. The people are beautiful and passionate, the culture is vibrant and eclectic, and she likes to think that she brings those very same qualities to every role she plays and every song she sings. Ms. White has been working professionally in entertainment since the age of eighteen and has been a proud member of the Actors Equity Association since her induction at the age of twenty-two, however she has been in love with performing her entire life. Some recent credits include: All Shook Up (Sylvia), Little Shop of Horrors (Ronette), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (B.J.), A Raisin In The Sun (Ruth Younger), Hot Mikaido (Katisha), Chicago (Matron Momma Morton), and Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill (Billie Holiday). Sierra can be seen singing regularly at The Darling supper club and lounge in Chicago and with her lounge duo Milk & Honey. For more information please visit www.thesierrawhite.com. She would like to thank Raue Center for the Arts and Williams Street Repertory for having her back and gifting her with such an amazing opportunity, and her mother and JP for their love and support! Genre: Music Tribute Rating: PG Time: 90 minutes *Additional fees and restrictions may apply. Prices may vary depending on zone. Student tickets must be purchased through Raue Box Office (not available online). Please note, a $7 facility fee will be added to all orders.