The Videos are Here!

by brigid on July 12, 2015

Hooray! The wait is over! If you attended Nashville’s second show at TPAC this year, here’s your chance to watch your favorites again. (How could you possibly choose a favorite!?) If you missed the show, you are in for a treat.

2015 Videos

After you have watched Nashville’s videos, take some time to check out videos from all 38 other cities.  You will laugh, you will cry, your face will hurt, your heart will be full. It’s a magical thing, these shows we put on all over the US. Come celebrate with us!

 

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It was like a dream

by brigid on May 11, 2015

Our show was a little over a week ago…and it’s taken this long to try and figure out how to put it all into words!

The cast brought their A-game. It was actually jaw-dropping to see it all happen in person, because even the rehearsals didn’t adequately prepare us for just how incredible these stories would be up on that TPAC stage in front of an incredibly engaged audience.

The most common responses from the audience afterwards? “We wanted more!” and “I didn’t want it to end!”

Thank to everyone who has been a part of the 2015 Listen To Your Mother journey here in Nashville. We hope you’ll come back again next year….and maybe you have a story to tell yourself? Write it down and consider auditioning. There’s power in reading your words aloud in front of an audience.

Just ask this crew. They were brilliant, and it was a powerful experience. (More images to come, stay tuned!)

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Meet the Cast: Sarah Hays

April 6, 2015

Sarah Hays is a Certified Personal Trainer with the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. She is also a certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist with the American Fitness Professionals Association. She kind of likes to exercise, kind of not; loves all things sugared, salted, fried or dipped in dark chocolate; and believes that wellness is best achieved by making peace with our bodies, pleasure-seeking rather than pummeling them into submission. Sarah is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and studied Nutrition, Philosophy, Buddhism, Sports Nutrition, and Physiology at UCLA. She is a contributor to the Nashville Scene and The East Nashvillian. She is currently completing her first book which will be published by Rowman & Littlefield in the spring of 2016. Sarah blogs at strengthoutsidein.blogspot.com; her website can be found at www.strengthoutsidein.com; and her twitter-verse is @strengthoutside. […]

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Meet the Cast: Melanie Vare

April 5, 2015

Melanie Vare is a new mom and a long-time daughter. She’s the creator and producer of the funny female storytelling show That Time of the Month. Melanie’s background is in stand up comedy where she was a regular at the Hollywood Improv and performed on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend. Over the years, Melanie’s career has evolved to humor writing, where coincidentally, you don’t have to be quite as funny. Her short stories have received acclaim by being featured on NPR’s The Moth, in Nashville Scene’s Vodka Yonic and selected as a finalist in the Royal Nonesuch National Humor Writing Contest. You can follow her adventures at the-nail-biter.com or on Twitter: @melanievare @TTOTM_stories. by

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2015 Nashville table read magic

April 1, 2015

We’ll just get this out of the way and say this: If you don’t yet have plans to attend Listen To Your Mother in Nashville on May 2nd at TPAC, stop what you’re doing right now and get your tickets. Because these people? This is what magic looks like in the real world.  Walking in as a group of strangers and reading a very personal and heartfelt story (even if it includes hilarity about how you enjoy a bit of boozing and booty-shaking when your kids aren’t around) makes for a pretty special experience. It’s really hard to explain, but this year the three of us were much more tuned in and appreciative of just. how. nervous everyone was going into this afternoon. It’s a bit scary. But actively witnessing that transformation from a random group of people into the cast of a once-in-a-lifetime experience? Simply amazing. This is why we do this. Why we […]

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