The 2015 LTYM Videos Are Live!

by Stephanie on July 20, 2015

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The 2015 Listen To Your Mother Show Videos Are Live!

Just a couple months ago Listen To Your Mother gave motherhood a microphone in 39 citiesover 450 stories shared in 2015. 

Watch LTYM: Anderson 2015 below!

WATCH AND LISTEN to LTYM 2015 on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube Channel or click on a playlist below:

Albuquerque • Anderson • Atlanta • Austin • Baltimore • Bangor • Baton Rouge • Boston • Boulder • Charleston • Chicago • DC • Evansville • Indianapolis • Lehigh ValleyLittle Rock • Madison • Metro Detroit • Milwaukee • Nashville • North Jersey •Northern Utah • NW Indiana • Oklahoma City • Orange County • PittsburghPlumas County • Portland • Providence • Raleigh-Durham • Rochester • San Francisco • Seattle •Southeast Texas • Southwest Michigan • Spokane • St. Louis • Twin Cities

SO MANY THANKS go out to all our many, many amazing Local Sponsors and to our National Sponsors Luvs, and SheKnows Media #BlogHer15!

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Cast List Announced

by lizcarey on April 13, 2015

We’re pleased to announce the Listen To Your Mother! Anderson cast. On May 2, these women will take to the stage to talk about their experiences with motherhood. Join us on May 2 as we give motherhood a microphone at Listen To Your Mother! Anderson.

Listen To Your Mother! Anderson cast

 

Janet Sheppard Kelleher 

Suzanne Price

Lisa Burns

Samantha Harris

Cappy Rearick

Jennifer Norman

Liz Carey

Angie Stringer

Carol Burdette

Holly Kelsey Henry 

 

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Do You Love Your Mother?

February 23, 2015

Do you love your mother???? CALLING ALL WRITERS, ASPIRING WRITERS, OR PEOPLE WITH A STORY OF MOTHERHOOD TO SHARE to read their own words about motherhood at The Alverson Community Theater for the first LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER scheduled for 3:00 pm May 2, 2105 All ages, genders, ethnicities, variety of writers invited to audition—NON-MOTHERS WELCOME. Bring your own original humorous, poignant, and soulful words about the beauty, the beast, and the barely-rested that is motherhood (or about your mother/person who raised you) Auditions are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Tuesday, March 17, Wednesday, March 18 and Thursday, March 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce Conference Rooms B & C, 907 N. Main Street, Anderson, SC. TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT send an email to Liz Carey at lizcarey@charter.net with the word “AUDITION” in the subject line. Please include your name and availability. Appointments will be first-come/first-serve until all slots are filled. […]

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Listen to your mother! at ACT

February 18, 2015

We’re so pleased to announce that Listen To Your Mother! Anderson will be held at the Alverson Community Theater in downtown Anderson. When we first started talking about Listen To Your Mother, the Alverson Community Theater was the first place we thought about having it in. This beautiful 1930s movie house has been a fixture in Anderson for decades and now stands as one of the remaining live theater venues in the area. Originally called the State Theater, it was a movie house from 1939 until 1972. In 1988 it was placed on the Register of Historic Places, and in the mid-200s, it was lovingly and fully refurbished to become the Alverson Community Theater. When we toured it, we were amazed by the 1930s/1940s style bathrooms and lobby. Complete with a picturesque ticket booth and gleaming marquee, we knew it was where we wanted people to talk about their thoughts on motherhood. The […]

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Telling a timeless tale

December 8, 2014

We’re so happy to be able to announce that we’re bringing something special to Anderson. Earlier this year, when I went to a writer’s conference, I heard about Listen To Your Mother and how it would be “giving motherhood a microphone.” And I wanted to go. I wanted to be a part of it. I wanted to shout from the rooftops what being a mother was all about. But the performances seemed to all be in big cities, no where near little ol’ Anderson, SC – population 190,000 if you included the whole county. So, I asked Jennifer Norman to help me, and we decided if we couldn’t go to Listen To Your Mother, we’d, by God, bring it here. We applied and waited with somewhat baited breath, knowing that success in our application would mean more work doing what we do best, but after work and with great expectations and perhaps a glimmer of failure. […]

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