CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Different Roads Home and signature sponsor Rosedale Infectious Diseases will bring three comedic icons to the stage for “A Sordid Affair” on Sept. 26, 7 p.m., at the McGlohon Theatre, Spirit Square, 345 N. College St., as a fundraiser for Different Roads Home.

Performing will be writer/producer Del Shores, along with TV and movie actors Caroline Rhea and Leslie Jordan.

During the evening there will be a silent celebrity item auction.

For those purchasing VIP tickets, attendees will be seated in the first five rows, receive an event swag bag with signed memorabilia from the three artists and a private meet and greet cocktail reception following the show from 9:30-11 p.m. Complimentary appetizers and beverages will be available. VIP tickets are made available to only 58 attendees. Early purchase is encouraged.

For those who want the full theatre experience, purchase a fan package that entitles the ticket holder to entry into a performance watch party with Shores, dinner and drinks, open bar and entry and VIP access at the show. Cost is $232.09.

Tickets are $32.09/orchestra, $25/balcony and $132.09/VIP. They are available online or through the box office.


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