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Stories matter: LTYM Metro Detroit ticket deal

February 1, 2017

We’ve started our LTYM Metro Detroit auditions, and with each story we hear, we’re reminded of how important storytelling truly is. Storytelling doesn’t sound all that transformative on paper. You don’t need much to do it: two people and a few minutes are really all it takes. But those few minutes? They reaffirm the connection people have to each other and to the world around them. Stories make us laugh, cry, and think. They make us feel sympathy and joy. They remind us we’re not alone. Knowing we’re sharing space with individuals all housing their own stories feels important to recognize right now. The world feels uncertain, and many of us are searching for answers about what we can do to help chase away some of that uncertainty. We can listen. We can listen to people who agree with us. We can listen to people who don’t. We can listen to people who have […]

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Casting call: LTYM Metro Detroit 2017

December 23, 2016

Holiday season has moved from festive to frantic in a lot of households, and that means spending time with family and friends — or not. Holidays bring emotions and memories crashing to the forefront, for better or for worse, and that means there are lots of stories waiting to be told by the time January rolls around. We’re ready to hear your stories. Seriously. We’re ready. We’re holding auditions for the LTYM Metro Detroit cast this January, and we want to hear what YOU have to say about motherhood. The LTYM experience brings motherhood stories to the stage, which means every single person in the Metro Detroit area has a story that belongs in our show. We want to hear about your mother or about what it means to you to be a mother — or what it means to you to NOT be a mother. We welcome stories from mothers, but we’re also […]

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Announcing LTYM Metro Detroit 2017

November 18, 2016

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 […]

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Join LTYM Metro Detroit for our 4th and final show!

October 8, 2016

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 ? Subscribe to our monthly newsletter (yup, just once per month – no spam here) for updates about auditions, ticket sales for our live shows, book news, and alumni news from hundreds and hundreds of amazing creative women and men who’ve graced our stages. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. As we anticipate 2017, enjoy 2000 videos from past seasons on our LTYMShow YouTube channel. Thank you for helping us give Motherhood a Microphone, telling even more of your stories. WE CAN’T WAIT!! by

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Watch our 3rd annual Metro Detroit #LTYM videos on YouTube

July 16, 2016

“Draw your chair up close to the edge of the precipice and I’ll tell you a story.” (F. Scott Fitzgerald) Fitzgerald’s words have always been one of my favorite quotes about storytelling, speaking to me about how stories can take us places we want — or need — to go. Sharing Listen to Your Mother Metro Detroit shows with our audience is such a gift, but we know not everyone can come watch our storytellers in person. Maybe you had a scheduling conflict or live in another city without access to Wonder Woman’s invisible jet. Maybe you didn’t know about #LTYM until after it happened this year, when the stories were only echoes seeping into the floorboards and the walls at St. Andrew’s Hall. We invite you to watch Listen to Your Mother Metro Detroit 2016 through this playlist on the #LTYM YouTube channel.  We give heartfelt thanks and enormous gratitude to our […]

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