A woman's search for the perfect pair of shoes is harder than it sounds -- the right pair must flatter your legs, show off your style, complement multiple outfits and feel good, too. No wonder, then, that Tia Madison's struggle to find shoes that fit evolved into a quest to understand her true identity. In her one-woman show Brand New Shoes, she explores the influence that many great historic and contemporary African American women have had on her life and tries to identify her own purpose and legacy among this great pantheon of women. Through poetry, song and dance, Madison channels the unapologetic sass of author Maya Angelou, the courage of Rosa Parks, the wisdom and motivation of Oprah Winfrey and women who remind us that we must and find our true purpose in life. It all goes down at the Harbor Arts Center in Suisun City.