EVERYONE is welcome to audition. We want to hear from a wide-variety of people – diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and religion.

Auditions will be held in midtown Manhattan by appointment only, and only on these dates:

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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26,   2:30PM –  7PM

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,  6PM – 9PM

THURSDAY, MARCH 2,  9AM –  NOON

To schedule your appointment:

Email us at listentoyourmothernyc@gmail.com

Put the word AUDITION in the subject line

Please include your FULL NAME, PHONE NUMBER and AVAILABILITY DURING THE TIME SLOTS LISTED ABOVE.

We’ll email you back with your appointment time and the appointment location.

However before requesting an audition, please be certain you can commit to our show date and time…

Saturday, May 6 at 6:00PM at The Broadway Presbyterian Church

And our two rehearsals on …

March 12 and April 20 (rehearsal times TBA)

All looks good?

Good!

Some other things to keep in mind as you prepare…

You don8699625482_071f36235a_k’t have to be a mom or even a WOMAN to participate.

Your piece MUST have motherhood as the central theme, and the words must be your own.

Your piece can be anywhere from 3-5 minutes in length.

You do not have to memorize your piece. (Not even for the show.)

You do not need to have professional writing or stage experience to audition.

We are looking for the stories only you can tell. (The best way to understand what makes a great Listen to Your Mother piece is to check out LTYM’s YouTube channel with over a thousand videos from past shows across the country.)

We will have tasty snacks for you.

We are beyond excited to hear your story!

Be sure to check back here for more exciting announcements about our choice of charitable organization, local sponsors, and MORE!  

Let’s do this!

Our best,

Amy, Kizz & Barbara

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SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 6pm

by elizabeth on January 4, 2017

Listen To Your Mother NYC 2017 returns to Broadway and the Broadway Presbyterian Church!

Photo Credit: Jennifer Lee Photography

Photo Credit: Jennifer Lee Photography

We absolutely loved our experience at the Broadway Presbyterian. The church is all at once, grand and theatrical, and intimate and warm. Truly the perfect space for our performers to take to the stage, revealing themselves, their lives, and their personal stories about motherhood.

LTYM NYC auditions are right around the corner!

It won’t be long now until we announce audition information, so be sure to check back here later this month.

Or to receive information about auditions (or sponsorship opportunities, and charity partnerships), send an email to listentoyourmothernyc@gmail.com and ask to be added to our mailing list. (We do not share information with 3rd parties.)

What to do right now?

Write your story! Check out our writing advice.

And please, forward this post to your circle of family, friends and writing groups to help us get the word out about our upcoming auditions.

Until then…

Have a safe and joyous New Year.

We’ll see you soon!
Amy, Kizz & Barbara

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LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER NYC: WRITING ADVICE

November 28, 2016

We’re reaching out to you during this Post-Thanksgiving, Pre-Holiday Season because let’s face it, there’s nothing that stirs up childhood recollections and motherhood memories quite like a family gathering. So now really is the perfect time to begin writing your audition piece for the 2017 Listen To Your Mother NYC show. Good-for-the-soul banter is good for writing too. Begin by just jotting down your ideas, or writing out word-for-word that often-told hilarious (or poignant, or heartbreaking) story that captures your specific motherhood moment. Remember, we’re not looking for your thoughts on Motherhood, the institution—we’re looking for the story of your Tuesday morning. We’re looking for the stories only you can tell. Need more inspiration? Check out these motherhood-inspired writing prompts and our video library of past Listen To Your Mother performances. Other things to keep in mind as you write… That your story is yours. (At Listen To Your Mother, you retain all […]

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2017 is Listen To Your Mother NYC’s Grand Finale Season!

October 6, 2016

Listen To Your Mother has achieved its worthy mission – giving mothering some serious kudos and national attention. We, the NYC team, are forever grateful to have had a hand in that for the past four years. It’s been a privilege to have met so many talented men and women along the way, brave enough to audition and share their beautiful stories with us. Here’s the great news – we have one more Listen To Your Mother NYC performance to cast and produce! That’s right— one more time to showcase new voices with new stories to tell. Which also means one more time to set out our candy bowl and welcome auditioners. Care to throw your words into the LTYM NYC ring for our final show? As always, we want to hear personal, slice-of-life motherhood stories from a wide-variety of people, diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and religion. We want […]

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The #LTYM NYC 2016 VIDEOS HAVE LANDED!

July 18, 2016

Miss our show at the Broadway Presbyterian Church? Or maybe you’re just missing your daily dose of LTYM NYC? (That would be us for sure!) Either way you’re in for an amazing experience as you watch our 4th annual NYC LTYM show on YouTube! There is so much love, laughter, and heartfelt revelations to be had in each and every story. Once again we’d like to express our immense gratitude to our 2016 cast, our alums, our North American sponsors SheKnows #BlogHer16, Luvs, our local sponsors – Jennifer Stachel of Jennifer Stachel Orthodontics Sarah Rostan, independent consultant, Rodan + Fields Mind Over Matter, In-home fitness specialists The Upper Breast Side MadMen on the Couch Angel Sponsors (You know who you are!)… our photographer Jennifer Lee of Jennifer Lee Photography, and our technical team of Michael Schmidt of Motion Graphics, Sound and Vision, and Patrick Mahaney of Broadway Presbyterian Church. So without further ado, […]

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