Atlanta is Kicking Off the 2015 LTYM Season!

by jana on November 21, 2014

After a spectacular inaugural Listen To Your Mother show in Atlanta last year, we are thrilled to announce that we will again “give motherhood a microphone” in 2015!

Last year we were honored to have 12 outstanding cast members read alongside us (Miranda Wicker and Jana Anthoine) at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre in Marietta. Our readers celebrated lives lost, lessons taught, special moments, and very personal secrets.

If you missed the show, you can watch it in its entirety here.

LTYM Cast Shot


The 2015 Listen To Your Mother Show is set to be the biggest and most awesome ever! 

A show that started with one show in Madison, Wisconsin in 2010 will now feature shows in 39 cities across the country. Seriously. I said THIRTY-NINE. It’s more than a show now. It’s a movement.

Want to get excited? Take a few minutes to watch the introduction video and see if your city will be hosting a show this year.

Announcements about our Causes, Auditions, Dates and Cast will happen over the next few weeks and months.

Stay tuned, Atlanta! And don’t forget to Listen To Your Mother!

If you have questions about the Atlanta show, feel free to email

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Videos are LIVE!

by jana on July 9, 2014

Today has been amazing! It’s been almost like show day all over again!

Videos from our show are LIVE on YouTube.

You can see all of our show, in order, by clicking right HERE. I promise it will be the best 86 minutes you’ve ever spent on the internet!

Again, a huge THANK YOU to our sponsors, LiviRae Lingerie, Firefly Loft, and From The Hip. And one more shout-out to our amazing cause, Just Heart Foundation! Thank you all for making the show at the Earl Smith Strand Theatre amazing!


Big thanks to LTYM video sponsor by T. Rowe Price! 

Watch the other 2014 videos on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel or choose a playlist by clicking on a city below:

Atlanta • Austin • Baltimore • Boston • Boulder • Charleston • Chicago • DC • Denver •Indianapolis • Kansas City •Little Rock • Madison • Metro Detroit • Milwaukee • Nashville • North Jersey • Northern Utah • Northwest Indiana • NYC • Oklahoma City • Plumas County • Portland •Raleigh-Durham • Sacramento • San Francisco • Southeast Texas • Spokane • St. Louis • The OC •Twin Cities

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