Introducing: Listen to Your Mother Indianapolis 2013 Cast!!!

by Michelle on February 14, 2013

Over the past few weeks, Judy and I have been reading over and listening to the stories of Indianapolis. It wasn’t surprising that there great stories. It was surprising how many great stories there were. So we read, and then we listened.

We giggled, we teared up, we laughed, we cried. We got goosebumps more than once. We made notes, we discussed, we imagined the pieces as they might fit together. I may have started a color-coded spread sheet. Judy may have used a lot of Post-it® notes…

After a lot of thoughtful deliberation, our cast emerged. We are thrilled that these women will be joining us for the Listen to Your Mother Indianapolis debut. These are stories that you won’t soon forget. We promise. We introduce the debut cast of Listen to Your Mother Indianapolis:

Natalie Cheung Hall

Danielle Havens

Liza Hyatt

Amy Linneman

Amy Magan

Bonnie Maurer

Michelle McNally

Hillary Melchiors

Judy Miller

Amber Page

Rachel Snyder

Heather Sokol

Robyn Welling

Katrina Willis

Tickets for our May 2, 2013 debut show at the Indianapolis Historical Societywill be on sale soon. Thank you for  making this journey—from idea to reality—with us!

Heather Davis February 15, 2013 at 6:32 pm

Congrats Indianapolis!! Can’t wait to watch this show progress. 🙂

Michelle February 15, 2013 at 9:17 pm

Thank you, thank you!

Pam February 15, 2013 at 6:42 pm

Congratulations, all of you!!! I am so excited about your show and I would love to be there if only the Boulder LTYM show weren’t a week later and I wasn’t co-producing it. The only problem with all the shows being on or around Mother’s Day is I want to attend ALL of them.

Michelle February 15, 2013 at 9:17 pm

I think what we need is a national sponsor to coordinate and accomodate the entire directing/producing team traveling to all shows. That would be doable, right? Thank you for your support!

Pam February 20, 2013 at 11:44 pm

Pure brilliance.

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