Listen to Your Mother: 2016 Providence!

by chelleymartinka on November 16, 2015

Kirsten DiChiappari , Chelley Martinka, Brianne DeRosa and Lauren Jordan are baaaaack!!! This year we are prepping to bring more laughter and tears to Providence’s Listen to Your Mother 2016. With our 4th city season planning already underway, we are well into bringing you one heck of a show.


We are honored to be part of LTYM’s biggest season, Providence is one of 41 cities in the US and Canada! Check out the #LYTM 2016 announcement below:

We look forward to giving motherhood a microphone this Mother’s Day season- and to hearing and sharing all of your stories. Stay tuned for updates on location, auditions, and ticket sales!

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If you missed LTYM PVD, don’t miss this!

by chelleymartinka on July 13, 2015


Our amazing readers from the #LTYM Providence 2015 cast are up on YouTube NOW! You can see the full show below:

We cannot thank you enough for supporting our city this year, and we look forward to bringing you more amazing stories and an ear-full of motherhood, if you would just listen, next year in PVD!

Alison Seed “The Choice

Sarah Bouvier “I Want You to Know

Melissa Thompson “Our Normal

Kirsten DiChiappari “The End of Innocence

Anne Wert “I Didn’t Know

Rebecca Ladd “Can You See Me

Brianne DiRosa “Unintended

Jay Potter “I’m Not Jami

Meri E. Brady “Otherhood: A Poem in Three Acts

Deborah Stoloff “Mother-Daughter Lunch

lots of love,
Bri, Chelley, Kirsten and Lauren

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