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Announcing LTYM Metro Detroit 2015 auditions

by angela on January 22, 2015

Audition tips Pull up a chair. Don’t worry about what you’re wearing or how your hair looks or if your voice is a little hoarse from all of the dry air surrounding a typical Michigan winter.

We want to hear your stories, and we’re thrilled to announce cast auditions for the 2015 cast of Listen To Your Mother Metro Detroit. You have about a month before auditions begin, and we’ll be writing more about how to translate your pieces “from page to stage” — as our fabulous founder, Ann Imig once wrote.

But remember, at its heart, LTYM is a storytelling show. We want to hear your stories; whether yours is raw or polished, heart-wrenching or gut-busting, our ears are open.

Important audition information

LTYM Metro Detroit is having three audition opportunities this year:

  • Saturday, February 21, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
    620 Romeo Road, Rochester, MI 48307
  • Wednesday, February 25, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at Java Hutt Cafe
    Ferndale Plaza Shopping Center, 165 West Nine Mile Road, Ferndale, MI 48220
  • Saturday, February 28, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Great Lakes Coffee
    3965 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI 48201

Auditions are by appointment only.

Please sign up online here.

If you have any questions, please call: 248-677-1104

LTYM Audition Announcement

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détroit social services

Listen to Your Mother is about storytelling — finding the threads that connect us in a vibrant tapestry of unique experiences. Those stories, your stories, are a part of our communities, but there’s another facet to the Listen to Your Mother Show that deepens and enriches our involvement in each of our 39 cities.

A portion of the Listen to Your Mother Show ticket sales in each city are donated to a cause that provides support to the women and children in the community. This year, the LTYM Metro Detroit team is absolutely thrilled to partner with Cass Community Social Services.

Faith Fowler, the founder of Cass Community Social Services, is an author who truly values people’s stories. She strives to help the people of Detroit find ways to build positivity and hope into their stories without losing their authentic connection with the community.

Cass Community Social Services is a fabulous fit because of how important they are to rebuilding Detroit and empowering people.  This year, we’re focusing our donations on a housing program called Mom’s Place, “a two year program for women with children who also have a HUD defining disability and identify as homeless.”

In the months leading up to the second Listen to Your Mother Metro Detroit Show, we’ll share more about Faith Fowler and the ways in which Cass Community Social Services help Detroit — and share ways you can help support Ms. Fowler’s efforts. Organizations like hers thrive through the generosity of others. Financial support isn’t the only way to help — volunteer time and exposure are important measures of support as well.

LTYM Metro Detroit appreciates the work done by Cass Community Social Services, and we’re proud to support the organization this year. For one example of the amazing things the organization is doing in Detroit, please take two minutes to watch how hope can be found anywhere you look — even in something discarded by others.

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LTYM Metro Detroit – Save the date

January 12, 2015

Save the date, Michigan! The second LTYM Metro Detroit show will take place on Sunday, April 26. We’d love to see you in the audience. LTYM Metro Detroit is thrilled to be returning to Saint Andrew’s Hall for our second Listen to Your Mother show. Welcoming our 2014 storytellers to the iconic stage at Saint Andrew’s was a surreal, inspiring experience for our whole team, and we couldn’t wait to bring the show back to the fabulous venue. Storytellers, start sharpening your pencils. We want to hear your story on that amazing stage this year. Auditions will take place in February, so stay tuned for a more detailed announcement about dates and times for this year’s auditions. Remember, your motherhood story doesn’t require you to step onto the stage in the role of a mother. We’re looking for stories that explore motherhood from any perspective, and that means welcoming fathers and granddaughters, those who […]

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LTYM 2015 – Our biggest season yet!

November 21, 2014

It’s the sweetest time of the year — and I’m not talking about the early snow that’s welcoming Thanksgiving in Michigan. Listen to Your Mother season started with a major announcement: the LTYM family has expanded by ten new cities this season! The ten new cities — including a show in Southwest Michigan! — join 29 returning cities to round out a 39-city season for Listen to Your Mother 2015. Learn more about the new cities at the main Listen to Your Mother page. (Sign up for the newsletter while you’re there, so you’re up-to-date on all of the Listen to Your Mother news from around the US.) Metro Detroit is thrilled to welcome Listen to Your Mother back to The D for the second year. LTYM: Metro Detroit 2014 was an amazing, transformative experience for the production team, and hopefully the utterly fabulous cast feels the same way. We can’t wait to […]

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Welcome to the LTYM Metro Detroit Show!

August 6, 2014

Motherhood ebbs and flows between moments. Some cripple with the enormity of their pain, while others deliver the heart-exploding joy that casts a glow over even the toughest days. Of course, in between, there are the small moments that knit together the experience, putting together broken hearts and bringing smiles of remembrance and that ever-wonderful moment of “I know that feeling.” We’d love for you to watch the LTYM Metro Detroit videos — whether you attended the show, missed the show, or have never heard of the show until this moment. If possible, experience the Listen to Your Mother Metro Detroit show in its entirety, even if it’s playing in the background while you take a walk or paint your living room or rock your newest little one to sleep. There’s something a bit magical about hearing the stories all together, something a bit like the roller coaster of motherhood itself. Check out […]

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