Announcing LTYM Metro Detroit 2017

by angela on November 18, 2016

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Typing 2017 feels a little surreal, but it’s a sure sign that 2016 is barreling to a close. The Angelas are looking forward to welcoming a new year, and we’re thrilled to invite you to our fourth — and final — Listen to Your Mother Metro Detroit.

That’s right. This is our grand finale year. We think it’s fitting that it’s our fourth season in Metro Detroit, because we want our grand finale to feel a little like our senior year of high school. Well, our senior year of high school if we went to high school on a TV show: celebrations and nostalgia and embracing every single moment of the 2017 LTYM season.

We’re returning to St. Andrew’s, which feels a little bit like an “of course” for us. When you love a venue the way we love and appreciate those storied walls, it’s the only choice for your grand finale show. We might shed a few tears the last time we walk through those amazing doors at Saint Andrew’s Hall for a Listen to Your Mother show.

We’ll be opening ticket sales soon and announcing audition dates, and we truly hope you’ll be around for both things. If you have a story to tell, we want to hear it! If you’ve ever thought about coming to a show but found your schedule kind of packed and figured you’d catch us “next year,” we have a seat for you. It’s now or never time, and we are ready for you!

Come and join us this spring.

When: Sunday, April 30th

Where: Saint Andrew’s Hall, Detroit 

Audition dates and ticket sale information will be announced soon!

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Listen To Your Mother Metro Detroit returns to Saint Andrew’s Hall for our 4th and final show this spring!

We’re one of the 33 cities celebrating Listen to Your Mother in it’s epic, grand finale season. How can you be a part of this epic, North American celebration of our mothers, our caretakers, and ourselves ?

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Thank you for helping us give Motherhood a Microphone, telling even more of your stories.

WE CAN’T WAIT!!

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