Join Us at Charleston Music Hall on Sunday May 3rd at 2PM!

Tickets on sale now! 

LTYM Charleston on TV

by Angie Mizzell on February 18, 2015

*Audition signups are now closed.

I had a blast earlier this week promoting the upcoming auditions for Charleston’s Listen To Your Mother show.

First stop, Lowcountry Live.

Charleston's LTYM Director/Producer Angie Mizzell with the hosts and guests of Lowcountry Live, which airs weekdays at 10am on ABC News 4.

Charleston’s LTYM Director/Producer Angie Mizzell with the hosts and guests of Lowcountry Live, which airs weekdays at 10am on ABC News 4.

Watch my segment with Lowcountry Live host (and 2014 cast member) Erin Kienzle here.

Then, I hopped in the car and headed over to News 2’s Midday show.

Angie Mizzell with News 2's Octavia Mitchell

Angie Mizzell with News 2’s Octavia Mitchell

View the video clip here.

Charleston is honored to bring Listen To Your Mother to the lowcountry for the second year in a row, and we’re grateful to the local media for embracing this 39 city national movement.  The Charleston LTYM show will be held on Sunday, May 3, 2015 at Charleston Music Hall. Tickets are on sale now.

Any questions? Contact me.

Angie

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Do it for YOU.

by Angie Mizzell on February 12, 2015

*audition signups for the 2015 Charleston production of Listen To Your Mother are now closed.

2014 Charleston cast member Jennifer Quattlebaum

2014 Charleston cast member Jennifer Quattlebaum

Being a part of LTYM-Charleston was the highlight of my year. It was one of the few things I did just for ME. What surprised me most was the instant bond formed among the performers whose friendship I cherish to this day. Do yourself a favor and audition!

~Jennifer Quattlebaum

It’s no secret that a Listen To Your Mother show will make you cry. We hand out tissues with the programs. And because of this, we’re especially grateful for the cast members who make us laugh.

Charleston’s 2014 cast member Jennifer Quattlebaum brought the house down with her story, Pride and Joy. Watch it now. 

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Men can audition too!

February 5, 2015

*Audition signups for the Charleston Production of Listen To Your Mother are now closed. Today’s post is a reminder that you don’t have to be a mom to audition! Take it from our 2014 cast member, Sean Scapellato. At the first rehearsal, it was evident that he fit right in. In our private Facebook group for cast members, we often began our messages with, “Hey ladies, and Sean!” He was definitely outnumbered. But, Sean says being a part of Charleston’s Listen To Your Mother show was “the highlight of his year”, something he’ll remember for a long time. “It was so nice to share and swap such powerful stories with strangers who now feel like friends.” ~Sean Scapellato Sean goes on to say, “At some point in 2015, I’m going to need another photo of myself surrounded by a pack of hot women.” Having Sean in the show added a necessary depth to […]

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If you want to audition, but you’re feeling nervous…

January 26, 2015

*Audition signups for the Charleston Production of Listen To Your Mother are now closed. “I was incredibly nervous while I was waiting to audition. I really didn’t know what to expect and who would be on the other side of that door. The moment I locked eyes with the three lovely ladies waiting for me, I relaxed. They weren’t there to judge me. They wanted to hear my story. I was so grateful for the opportunity to share my story in a small room with three eager audience members who hung on my every word and supported me throughout my audition. Just that experience was incredibly powerful. I then was given the opportunity to share my story on stage alongside some of the most amazing people I have ever met. It remains one of the most powerful experiences of my life and I will forever be grateful for a platform to share my […]

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“An amazing thing happened…”

January 13, 2015

*Audition signups for the Charleston Production of Listen To Your Mother are now closed. When I heard about the Listen To Your Mother auditions, signing up was a no brainer. I had just published my first book, a memoir full of stories about being a mom to a precious and precocious daughter. Sharing one of those stories with an audience seemed like the next natural step. I made it to the audition powered by a pep talk from my daughter and a triple-dog-dare from my husband.  After, I waited on pins and needles. What if my story wasn’t good enough? What if I wasn’t that good a writer? Or worse, what if I wasn’t that good a mom?!? Finally I got a call – my story was chosen. I was relieved! I was excited! I was validated! And I was terrified. I have been a performer most of my life, have spent hours […]

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