Welcome to LTYM:2014, a series of live staged readings in 32 cities nationwide in celebration of Mother’s Day

2014 brings live LTYM shows to 32 cities: Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Boulder, Charleston, Chicago, DC, Denver, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Little Rock, Madison, Metro Detroit, Milwaukee, Nashville, North Jersey, Northern Utah, NW Indiana, NYC, Oklahoma City, Plumas County, Portland, Providence, Raleigh Durham, Sacramento, San Francisco, Southeast Texas, Spokane, St. Louis, The OC, and Twin Cities. We present our live shows for the two weeks leading up to, and including Mother’s Day Sunday May 11th, 2014Click a city on this map for show info from each local LTYM site.

Watch over 500 videos from past seasons here.

On Finding Yourself In The Beauty Of Motherhood

by Stephanie P. on April 22, 2014

“Now my breasts rather than pointing perkily toward the horizon instead seem to be searching for lost pennies on the ground.” Listen to this mom describe the body of a mother — from the hilariously funny parts to the poetic and beautiful curves that will leave you in awe and wonder.

Kris Adams reads "Pushing Beauty" at LTYM: Madison 2013.

Kris Adams reads “Pushing Beauty” at LTYM: Madison 2013.

 

Listen to more stories giving motherhood a microphone at the Listen To Your Mother show YouTube channel. Go to the show – Tickets are on sale NOW in all 32 cities!

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Chevrolet Find New Roads

LTYM is ecstatic to announce Chevrolet’s national sponsorship for our 2014 season!

Chevrolet cars allow the modern American family to #FindNewRoads while building our lives and chasing our dreams. By supporting LTYM, Chevrolet helps  our cast members #FindNewRoads for their stories–making their way to the stage, often for the very first time. Also, our local directors and producers #FindNewRoads by bringing LTYM home to their communities and becoming professional show-runners.

Chevrolet Spark

Chevrolet Spark

Thank you, Chevrolet, for empowering us to #FindNewRoads through the power of our community live-staged reading Mother’s Day celebrations!

Tickets are on sale NOW in all 32 cities, and our season officially kicks of THIS WEEKEND in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston and Nashville!

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We’re Almost Ready

April 18, 2014
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“First rehearsal. This, more than any other part of bringing Listen To Your Mother to the stage, is when the show is given a breath of life.” LTYM: San Francisco “One of our favorite things about the Listen To Your Mother project is the First Rehearsal. Not only do we get to hear the stories again, together, but the cast finally gets to meet each other and hear the stories too.” – LTYM: Boulder

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Follow Us On Pinterest!

April 17, 2014
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Check out our Pinterest boards as we get ready for the show! We’re especially proud of the great causes our shows are supporting for 2014, and you do not want to miss our featured videos. Take a look at all the fabulous venues where you can find LTYM shows across the country — as you can see, the stage takes many shapes and forms, but the stories are what bring it to life. We’re going to keep on pinning, so give us a follow and we’d love to follow you back as well! Go to the show! Find an LTYM Show near you. Listen to more stories giving motherhood a microphone at the Listen To Your Mother show YouTube channel.

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You Can Prepare For Childbirth But You Can Not Prepare For The Magic Of Motherhood

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This prepared mother-to-be proudly checks everything on her list before baby arrives — like reading parenting books and buying a breast pump — but she admits that “there were a couple of items on my list that had me worried, though. Giving birth and being a mother.”   Listen to more stories giving motherhood a microphone at the Listen To Your Mother show YouTube channel. Go to the show! Find an LTYM Show near you.

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