After much anticipation, I’m thrilled to announce that the LTYM: LA videos are up! So go click at your heart’s content and enjoy the tremendous event put together by Lisa Page Rosenberg, Director and Leane Vandeman, Producer. Pulling together and executing a successful theatrical event is quite a feat, and I cannot possibly thank Lisa and Leane enough for all their effort. Of course, a talented cast made the show, and I can’t wait for you to experience what we in the audience did in the audience of The Rosenthal Theatre:
Lisa Arch prays for a boy in whY chromosome, whY not?
Kris Kahrs pays tribute to The Fierceness of motherhood.
Gabby Friedenthal’s protests the Perfect Polly and Superior Sally Super Moms with her many and varied picket signs.
Anna Lefler says goodbye to her old friend…The Baby Maker.
Never wanting to be a mother and never wanting to be your mother: Jenica Bergere in “Mother F@$ker.”
Following a highly restricted diet to nurse her sensitive son, Cheryl Rosenberg has a sacred moment with cheese.
In “One and Done,” Jessica Bern receives a letter in the mail thanking her for an embryo long-donated, and now a sibling her daughter will never meet.
Kristen Howerton chronicles the struggles of parenting and growing up, through her child’s sports camp.
Kristi Walter explores the choices we make, the affect on our kids, and life with co-custody in “Thieves In The Night.”
Gillian Bellinger fears the day her Mom won’t be there for her, the baby she might have one day, and…1,2,3 Rub.
Candy Somoza describes taking over for her family at age 10 in “Mother’s Apprentice.”
Finally, the kids are in bed and Tisha Berg remembers one more thing before she goes to sleep.
Stefanie Wilder Taylor remembers the cocktail playdate that changed everything.
Jerry Mahoney recounts he and his partner’s experience finding a very unique egg donor in “How We Met Your M-Word.”
And Lisa Page Rosenberg wrapped the show with a bittersweet bedtime moment with Bob.
Special thanks to photographer Lisa Sjolund, videographer Craig Vandeman, musician Jeff Rosenberg, and to the staff at Inner City Arts for their hospitality and gorgeous facility.