Photo credit: Joy Yagid Photography
Holy Cow! We put on a show, and it was nothing less than sensational. We’re going to tell you all about it and post photos and such, but before we do, we need to extend sincere thanks to some fantastic people and sponsors who helped us bring Listen To Your Mother North Jersey to us.
These first-year sponsors are of particular note because they had no idea how what a triumph our inaugural event would be. They wanted to help us achieve our mission to give motherhood a microphone, and they absolutely did just that. We are grateful for their support. If you happen to be in the market for any of their services or products, we hope you’ll let them know that you appreciated their participation in Listen To Your Mother North Jersey 2014.
Midtown Direct Rep
Joy Yagid Photography
Theatre Arts PT
South Orange Frame Shop
Acting With Emily
Align Wellness Studio
Baker Street Yoga
Cedar Ridge Cafe
Class Act Performing Arts Studio
New Horizons Day Camp
RocketShip & Print
Counting the hours at this point to our inaugural Listen To Your Mother show here in North Jersey, and we are all giddy with nervous anticipation tempered only by the confidence that our show is going to
You’ve met our cast now, but we didn’t want to dim the lights and raise the curtain until we introduced one more member of our production. We’re pretty jazzed about the celebrity who will help us bring our stories to life.
LYDIA CALLIS is a sign language interpreter, community educator and advocate for equal access. Lydia gained national attention for her interpreting work alongside Mayor Bloomberg and New York City officials during Hurricane Sandy.
She works to raise awareness regarding social issues, and is actively involved in public policy reform. Lydia is motivated by connecting people, preserving Deaf culture and empowering individuals to pursue their dreams without limitation.
You know you’ve hit ultimate fame when you’re parodied on Saturday Night Live.
Clearly, SNL is a stepping stone to Listen To Your Mother. Congratulations, Lydia! You have arrived.