Watch our Debut La Crosse Production of Listen to Your Mother on YouTube!

by jessw on July 14, 2016

If you missed out on sitting in the crowd for our April performance at the Weber Center, now you can watch the entire La Crosse show on YouTube!

This year, LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER gave motherhood a microphone in 41 cities — over 500 stories told, with thousands of live-listeners in audiences across the U.S. and Canada.

ELEESE BOHANNON-SCOTT reads at our 2016 DC show, by Julie Lowery Photography

ELEESE BOHANNON-SCOTT reads at our 2016 DC show, by Julie Lowery Photography

Our La Crosse team is so thrilled to share these stories with you. For our debut show, we had just under 300 people in the crowd! You laughed with us, cried with us, found healing in your own lives, and courage to share more stories! We are so grateful to you, our host city, for making this a night to remember. You can watch the 2016 La Crosse show by clicking this playlist

The 2016 La Crosse Cast

The 2016 La Crosse Cast

With heartfelt thanks and enormous gratitude to our 2016 cast and production team, and to our North American sponsors SheKnows #BlogHer16, Luvs, and local sponsors WKBT News 8, Women Writers Ink, Midwest Family Broadcasting, Franciscan Spirituality Center, Coulee Region Women, SEVEN magazine, Bruce Defries Photography, Alesa De Jager Floral, Red Balloon Early Learning Centers, Coulee Parenting Connection, CPC Printing and Promotions, The Golden Tap, Lost Island Wine, WXYM Mix 96.1, CBS Graphics, Finnottes, People’s Food Co-Op, JavaVino, and Wine Guyz.


We also invite you to experience voices from our shows all across North America featuring powerful true stories that capture all facets of contemporary parenting (as well as stories about our own upbringing) including very timely personal narratives given the recent events in Orlando, Baton Rouge, Shaker Heights, and Dallas. On the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel we feature a variety of playlists by topic, and for 2016 we’ve added two new playlists–one with stories about race, and another with stories from LGBTQ families.

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