LTYM’s season includes not only our live-shows in the two weeks leading up to Mother’s Day, but also our epic video release when we add hundreds of videos from our shows to our YouTube channel.

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


Watch the 2014 videos on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube channel.


Choose a playlist from another city by clicking on the city below:

Atlanta AustinBaltimoreBostonBoulderCharlestonChicagoDCDenverIndianapolisKansas CityLittle RockMadison Metro DetroitMilwaukeeNashvilleNorth JerseyNorthern Utah Northwest IndianaNYCOklahoma CityPlumas CountyPortlandRaleigh-DurhamSacramentoSan FranciscoSoutheast TexasSpokaneSt. LouisThe OCTwin Cities


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As we anxiously anticipate the release of our 2014 videos this summer, we take a moment to reflect on some of the amazing moments of our 5th Anniversary Madison show:


Thirteen stories told on stage…




plus countless more after the show…



All for a great cause. We raised over $1000 for Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center!

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Thank you to Melissa Austin for, once again, capturing our show in these exquisite photographs. 


One last thank you to national sponsors Chevrolet and BlogHer for enabling LTYM to give Motherhood A Microphone for another season, and to our amazing local sponsors who make the Madison show possible: Pasqual’s Cantina, The Century House, Author Susan Gloss, Dragonfly Hot Yoga, Melissa Austin of 2nd Street Photography, Alvarado Real Estate Group, The Purple Goose, Half-pint Resale, Bunky’s Cafe, Lakeside Press, Happy Bambinoand Elements Massage


See you next Mother’s Day at The Barrymore. In the meantime, enjoy over 500 videos from past seasons on our LTYMShow YouTube channel. Have a great summer!

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First Look, First Words From LTYM: Madison 2014. Thank You, Madison!!

May 13, 2014

On Sunday over 400 people streamed into The Barrymore Theatre for the 5th annual Mother’s Day in a row to LISTEN to LTYM: Madison. Moms and non-moms, dads, daughters and sons, aunts, uncles, cousins, co-workers, friends and neighbors gathered to hear courageous and hilarious words about the most fundamental and complex role in our lives–MOM. Here’s a taste of what they heard–one line from each of our cast members that gives you a glimmer of the energy and spirit of our show: For the first time in my life, I saw myself as a mother. Mom, my love for you goes far beyond beyond remembering…you are there in my every breath. I see you. With pride and joy, I am my brother’s keeper I wanted to grow the baby, birth the baby, feed the baby…but I had to ask myself, did I really want the baby?? She wanted me to know the music […]

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LTYM: Madison Cast Member Cate Guggino

May 11, 2014

Cate is the last in our series of posts spotlighting cast members of our LTYM: Madison show! Click here for all LTYM: Madison show info. What was your favorite childhood movie? The Sound of Music.  I was obsessed with this movie as a child. There was just so much to love: the music, the children, the scenery, the nuns…I loved everything about it – well except The Lonely Goatherd song – I still have to fast forward through that part or it will be stuck in my head for weeks! I made my parents rent this movie every single time we went to the video store, they eventually just bought it for me which was probably a wise investment on their part. The Sound of Music has remained part of my life over the years including a sing-a-long viewing at the Hollywood Bowl where the actress who played Liesl made an appearance and the audience was filled […]

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LTYM: Madison Cast Members Andrea and Araceli

May 10, 2014

This is the ninth in our series of posts spotlighting cast members of our LTYM: Madison show! Click here for all LTYM: Madison show info. What was your favorite childhood TV show, book, or movie? Andrea: When I was little I loved the Carol Burnett Show, I spent a lot of time creating skits similar to hers.  When I was seven I wrote her a fan letter with a suggestion of something I thought she should add to her sign-off. I received a letter and a signed photograph thanking me, it was one of my childhood treasures. Araceli: My favorite show as a kid was: Cosby Show, Jem, Cheers and Fresh Prince. Movies: Goonies, La  Bamba, Dirty Dancing and My Little Mermaid. Books: Interview with a Vampire all of them! Miss Nelson is Missing and BFG and A Chair for Momma! Books to live by! What’s one thing you love about your life? Araceli: The one thing that I love […]

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