Plumas County LTYM 2015!

by Margaret on November 21, 2014

Meet the directors.

Guess what? We’re back for a third year! Even in our tiny community of Plumas County (I’m sure there are more deer than people in this county) there are still more and more stories to share.

This year is extra special because actress and director Tina Terrazas is partnering with me to get this show up and running. Tina Terrazas was the lead actress in my own play, Before You Barefoot, back in September. She was also a cast member in the LTYM 2014 show here in Plumas County. Working with Tina will mean two very creative heads instead of one! Also, did I mention she’s a director?

So…save the date! LTYM 2015 Plumas County right here in Quincy, California at the Town Hall Theatre, Thursday, April 30th!

We work well together. As Tina is the mom of a teenage daughter and two elementary age sons she has plenty to write about. Me? Well my son just became a tween and has begun locking his door! My daughter is trying to drop out of elementary school and see the world. So YAY have we got stories to tell. In the mean time? Here’s what went on last time Tina and I worked together:

 

Here’s Tina and I throwing down neighborhood symbols before our play.

1794511_293347874193763_4857526961840319521_nHere’s Tina taking center stage and telling us all what’s what. 10646834_292554220939795_4338293350895226750_n

Here’s Tina at the end of her awesome LTYM piece last May. tina

5182_93639309406_7673156_n-1-1And here’s me. Celebrating four years of being with LTYM.

You’d put us in charge too, right?!

 

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The 2014 Listen To Your Mother Videos Are Here!

by Stephanie P. on August 5, 2014

Watch the 2014 LTYM: Plumas County show on our YouTube channel.

Thanks to LTYM’s video sponsor CollegeSavingsChillout.com 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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Our Theatre Needs Us

July 3, 2014

For the past two years, Listen to Your Mother Show Plumas County has found a home at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy. Now? That theatre needs us.   Save Our Theatre shows us all in a few minutes what a theatre can do for a community. Help our tiny community save our cultural hub. Listen to Your Mother Show is in the video at the 3:22 mark! by

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Thank You Everyone!

May 14, 2014

On Friday May 2nd,  a good sized crowd gathered at the Town Hall Theatre  for the 2nd annual Listen to Your Mother Show Plumas County. Moms and non-moms, dads, daughters and sons, aunts, uncles, cousins, co-workers, friends and neighbors gathered to hear ten women take the stage and give us brave, funny, heartfelt accounts of real motherhood. Here’s a taste of what they heard–one line from each of our cast members that gives you a glimmer of the energy and spirit of our show: If we can come up with the mannered “ED” for erectile dysfunction, surely we can coin a more ego-friendly term for women who don’t dilate. Can you imagine diagnosing a man with “failure to erect”?   “Hell, I’d settle for being able to use the bathroom all by myself.” How could you leave me here to raise your children all alone? It’s complicated/Like most relationships. My stance? The doctor never encouraged “just one […]

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Over and Beginning…

May 11, 2014

  We started with Delaine Fragnoli walking us through the birthing process and the horrible words we use for it. Shawna Lindsey kept us guessing. She’s holding up a blanket that’s seen 20 years worth of children. Tina Terrazas walked us through single parenting trials and tribulations. Nancy Presser shared how her mother continues to save her. Wendy Weight shared revelations on a school bus field trip. We could oh so relate… We filled a beautiful set…filled with furniture borrowed from mothers around Indian Valley… There are more photos to come…more photos to sift through. The show is over but it’s the beginning in so many ways. I walk down the street , I go into the grocery store, and I find out my friends and neighbors were at the show.They want to share their stories with me. They keep saying “I can’t wait for next year when you direct the third one…” […]

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