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.

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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.

LTYM: Boulder co-director and producer Pam Moore reads "Prepared" at Boulder's 2013 show.

LTYM: Boulder co-director/producer Pam Moore reads “Prepared” at Boulder’s 2013 show.

 

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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Tiger Mother Knows Best

by Stephanie P. on April 8, 2014

Natalie Cheung Hall shares the heartfelt and hilarious tales of being the daughter to a Tiger Mom. “I made a decision to be motivated by the disappointed I knew its and believe her when she said I would succeed.”

Natalie Cheung Hall reads "She Knew It" at LTYM: Indianapolis 2013.

Natalie Cheung Hall reads “She Knew It” at LTYM: Indianapolis 2013.

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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Announcing LTYM’s 2014 Non-Profit Causes!

April 3, 2014

LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER aims to support motherhood creatively through artistic expression, and also financially–through contributions to non-profit organizations supporting families in need. To date, LTYM has raised over $25,000 for local causes! For 2014, we are beyond thrilled to donate a portion (10% minimum) of our ticket proceeds from each show, fund-raise day of show and build-awareness through our social media efforts for the causes pictured below. The Listen To Your Mother 2014 season kicks off at the end of the month! Find out more information about your local show and how to buy tickets by clicking your city link below!! 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 […]

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When You’re A Mom To Someone Else’s Children

April 1, 2014

“Ben was just 5 years old when his father and I met… two years later on our wedding day he slid a heart shaped plastic ring under my bathroom door and shyly asked if I would wear it.” Brenda tells her story of becoming a mother to her husband’s children, and the magical, special love they share. (You might want to grab some tissues.) 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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I Never Had A Mom

March 25, 2014

Phaedra offers an intimate and beautiful perspective on being raised by a single gay father.  ”I did have a habit of adopting mothers along the way. Teachers and babysitters even a few friends that were older than me. But in all honesty, Richard was my everything.” 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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