Jennifer, Becca and I are excited to announce that the LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER show will return to the Holy City in the spring. Recently, LTYM Founder Ann Imig announced the biggest show season ever – 39 cities across the country!

SAVE THE DATE! The 2015 Charleston show will be held on Sunday, May 3rd 2015 at 2:00 p.m. at Charleston Music Hall. You may recall that last May’s show sold out, so we added a second show. This season, there will be one show only. We’re excited about holding the show at larger venue in the heart of downtown Charleston.

Check out the venue at CharlestonMusicHall.com

Check out the venue at CharlestonMusicHall.com

If you missed Charleston’s inaugural LTYM show, here’s a link to the YouTube videos showing the cast reading their original true stories about motherhood.

And, if you’ve said I keep hearing about this Listen To Your Mother thing, but I don’t really know what it’s all about, then watch this:

If you live in Charleston and want to share your original true story about motherhood, stay tuned to listentoyourmothershow.com/charleston for news about auditions, which will be held in early 2015. If you have any questions in the meantime, contact Charleston Director/Producer Angie Mizzell.

And mark your calendars for the show on Sunday, May 3rd at 2:00 p.m.!

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The 2014 Listen To Your Mother Videos Are Here!

by Stephanie P. on August 5, 2014

Watch the 2014 LTYM: Charleston show on our YouTube channel.

Thanks to LTYM’s video sponsor CollegeSavingsChillout.com by T. Rowe Price, we have added 400 new videos from the 2014 shows!! Check out EVERYBODY FREAKS OUT– their funny children’s-style book for parents–only five bucks and 100% proceeds benefit Junior Achievement USA.

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Charleston, we did it! (The rest is still unwritten)

May 13, 2014

Charleston’s inaugural Listen To Your Mother show was a success! But… if I’ve learned anything as a first time director and producer, it was the very important message from National Director Ann Imig and New Cities Mentor Melisa Wells. The gist of their pep talks was that “show day” would be much like a wedding… with so much hard work and so many emotions converging and washing over the production team and the cast. Melisa and Ann told us to remember to pause, and experience the moments. There were SO MANY moments. I love how cast member Brandi Wolfe described it: While backstage, waiting for my turn, I was soaking it all in. The voices on the other side of the curtain sharing their stories, the roaring laughter and energy of the audience, the love backstage, the historic theater where so many have performed, the church bells ringing right outside… Footlight Players Theatre […]

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Charleston, it’s showtime!

May 2, 2014

Charleston’s inaugural Listen To Your Mother show will be held this Sunday, May 4 at 2:00 and 5:00 p.m. at Footlight Players Theatre. The 2pm show is sold out but tickets for the 5pm show are still available. Advance tickets are $12 and you can get them here. Tickets are $15 at the door, if available. Meet the Charleston Production Team Meet the Cast And, if you’ve been hearing about this “Listen To Your Mother” thing, and still wondering what it’s all about, check this out. Earlier this week, cast member Erin Kienzle and I talked to Lowcountry Live’s Tessa Spencer about why you don’t want to miss this show. by

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Local Sponsor Spotlight: Children’s Eye Specialists

April 28, 2014

My eight-year-old son has been wearing glasses since he was two. He’s farsighted, and he also has a condition called Strabismus. When he focuses on things up close, his weaker eye turns inward. Over the years, he’s worn eye patches and has had two surgeries to manage it. But lately, when he’s not wearing glasses (like at the beach or pool) we’ve noticed he can go long periods of time without his eyes crossing at all. He’s doing great, and we owe a lot of that to Children’s Eye Specialists and Dr. Ronald Teed. Dr. Teed is a pediatric ophalmologist and has cared for my son since the beginning. Children’s Eye Specialists is the first practice in the Lowcountry devoted solely to pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus. They offer the most thoughtful and skillful medical and surgical care for all pediatric eye conditions and adult eye muscle disorders. They are the only clinic in the area […]

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