LTYM Returns to NYC in 2015!

by elizabeth on November 13, 2014

Dear Listen To Your Mother Enthusiasts,

On behalf of Amy Wilson, Barbara Herel, and myself I want to tell the you all how thrilled we are to be bringing Listen To Your Mother back to NYC for a fourth year! In 2015 audiences in 39 cities will be treated to local writers reading their own stories on the the theme of motherhood. While you’re waiting for that please hit the LTYM You Tube Channel for the beautiful announcement of the season and for 1000 videos of stories told in previous years. When I say that there’s something for everyone I’m not exaggerating!

Oh, and if that’s not enough? There’s an LTYM Book! This anthology is edited by our fearless leader, Ann Imig, and comes out April 7, 2015. It’s available for pre-order now from these vendors.

Please check back here for announcements as we finalize details for the 2015 show in NYC. We’re working hard behind the scenes and can’t wait to tell you more!



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The 2014 Listen To Your Mother Videos Are Here!

by Stephanie P. on August 5, 2014

Watch the 2014 LTYM: NYC show on our YouTube channel.

Thanks to LTYM’s video sponsor by T. Rowe Price, we have added 400 new videos from the 2014 shows!! Check out EVERYBODY FREAKS OUT– their funny children’s-style book for parents–only five bucks and 100% proceeds benefit Junior Achievement USA.

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Listen To Your Mother NYC #3 A Success!

May 5, 2014

More than once last night I met audience members who stopped me specifically to say, “This was wonderful! I’m going to come again every year!” Not that they want to come or plan to come but a declaration that they would, for sure, be with us in the future. That is exactly what we like to hear. Listen To Your Mother is more than a show, it’s a movement. In year three here in NYC we are gaining the kind of momentum that makes us feel wildly optimistic about our future. We hope that everyone who connected with our show will be back next year in the audience, on our website, and in the audition room! In addition to the roller coaster ride of stories we were able to donate $1,000 to our partner cause, WPA. It has been a great pleasure to learn more about their programs and to be able to […]

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Let’s Have a Round of Applause for Our 2014 Local Sponsors!

April 28, 2014

As you can imagine, we wouldn’t be able to do this without our local sponsors. As we look ahead to the show on Sunday we want to express our gratitude for their support and remind you to please support them in return. Our first returning sponsor is Jennifer Stachel Orthodontics. Dr. Stachel is dedicated to creating healthy and attractive smiles for her patients, using the latest technology available.  She earns her patient’s trust, built on old-fashioned commitment to practice with honesty, integrity and consistency and based on delivering superior smiles. It all starts with just a smile, and she strives to make smiles from the inside out. In her free time, she is an avid theatre goer which makes her connection to Listen to Your Mother very, very special. We are thrilled that Mind Over Matter Health and Fitness (MOM) is joining us again for the ride this year.  MOM’s mission is to provide […]

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Meet Our 2014 Cast: Laura A. Clark

April 23, 2014

Laura A. Clark likes to change things up. That totally works for me.   Laura A. Clark is a teacher, activist, freelance editor, and mother of ten-year-old twin girls. Her writing has been published by City Limits magazine, Microsoft in Education, and Human Rights Now. The author of a one-act play published in One Vision, Many Voices, Laura is at work on a collection of essays about surviving the suicide of her father. You’re a native Californian.  What do you like best about living in New York? Even after two decades of living in New York City, I love that I still feel maybe I should consult a guidebook and hire a translator before I head out the door. What is the natural talent you’d like to be gifted with? As a child I believed I could do anything with my mind if I just thought hard enough about it.  I believed I had the power to […]

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