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That’s What She Said announces its lineup and sponsor

The 5th installment of That’s What She Said is happening on March 2, 2019, at the Virginia Theatre, and the project has just released their list of presenters. They’ve also announced their presenting sponsor, Sterling Wealth Management. Props to them for supporting this opportunity to hear from women making a difference in C-U. Tickets went on sale Friday. Here’s the full press release:


That’s What is She is returning for the 5th installment next March as part of The Virginia Theater’s 2018-19 Season.  The show features local women sharing personal stories in an intimate show that will delight audiences. 

Sterling Wealth Management is excited to take on the role of presenting sponsor this year, to support the mission of empowering women in our community.

“Everyone has a story to share,” says Sharon Allen, Co-Founder and President of Sterling Wealth Management.  “When women come together to exchange stories, there is power in connecting, supporting each other, and building community. We are honored to be a part of moving that mission forward in our community.”

The show goes up at 7:30 pm on Saturday, March 2, 2019.  The after party will be hosted by Junior League of Champaign-Urbana, a community service organization for women, at Big Grove Tavern in downtown Champaign.

With tickets going on sale this Friday, July 20, 2018 at 10 am at The Virginia Theater Box Office and website,, potential ticket buyers want to know who has been selected to appear on the stage in this season’s production.  That’s What She Said strives to bring together women of different backgrounds and ages to capture a wide range of personal stories… from the hilarious and touching to the tear-jerking.   The upcoming show will feature these amazing local women:

Deb Feinen
Julia Reitz
Heidi Cordes
Erin Tarr
Tara Hurless
Tanisha King-Taylor
Suzanne Wingate
Donna Jones
Monica Samii
Estella Samii
Mary Mahaffey

The cast has been set and now it is time to begin writing, developing and rehearsing the stories to get them ready for the show in March.  To keep up to date on the show, please see

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