“I Am Who I Am” The Story of Teddy Pendergrass

October 7, 2016

Wisconsin African American Women’s Center visits

Chicago’s Black Ensemble Theater to see

“I Am Who I Am”

The Story of Teddy Pendergrass

Teddy Pendergrass was considered to be soul music’s number one sex symbol in the 70’s with

songs like “Turn Off the Lights,” “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” and “Wake Up

Everybody” He was on top of the world and at the height of his career in 1982 when a

devastating car accident left him a quadriplegic. His story demonstrates that the greatness of the

human spirit will never be defeated, no matter the challenges.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Leave: WAAW: 12pm; Return: 10pm; Showtime: 3pm

Deadline: Oct. 25, 2016, $90.00 (Trans. & Theater ticket)

After the show we will stop for dinner at a restaurant.

Cars maybe parked in our secured parking lot at 31 st and Vliet, we

will also load the bus there.

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