Join Us May 12th at Shady Side Academy’s Hillman Center for the Performing Arts at 8PM!

Meet the cast!
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ANN IMIG is the founder of the live-reading series and video sharing company LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER and editor of the acclaimed anthology LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now (Putnam Books, 2015). A Stay-At-Home Humorist, Ann’s writing has been featured on sites like CollegeHumor, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, The Huffington Post and The Washington Post. National TV appearances include ABCnews.com, NBC Nightly News and the webseries Battleground and The Louise Log. Ann’s blog (annsrants.com) has been named a Babble Top 100 Mom Blog, A BlogHer Voice of the Year, and a SheKnows Top 5 Funniest Mom Blog. Ann lives with her husband and children in Madison, Wisconsin.

J Hicks headshotJENNIFER HICKS is the writer behind Real Life Parenting. With sass, smarts, and a big mouth, she keeps it real, oftentimes writing what most people think but are afraid to say out loud. She writes about the good, the bad, the ugly, and sometimes the very funny in life and parenting. She was the Blogger Idol 2013 runner-up, has been featured on BonBon Break, Mamapedia, Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop, and went viral on The Huffington Post with her piece “Dear Mom on the iPhone: You’re Doing Fine.” Jennifer is  a contributing author in the book The HerStories Project. You can find her inspired hashtags and famous #SelfiesThatEmbarrassYourTeen on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Google+

STEPHANIE JANKOWSKI, English teacher by trade, smack talker by nature, has a knack for finding the funny in everyday life. A mother of three in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Stephanie has been published in three humor anthologies, and also waxes educational as a freelance writer for We Are Teachers. She was famous for six seconds when her deep thoughts “I Put My Husband First” and “The Worst Mother I’ve Ever Seen” went viral. Her parents still think she  caught the flu from the Internet. Steph avoids folding the laundry with help from FacebookTwitter and her blog When Crazy Meets Exhaustion.

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