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Cast Spotlight: Magnolia Perez

April 5, 2017

Magnolia is a bilingual actress, originally from the Dominican Republic. She is a Latino advocate, and proud mother of Leah-9, Anthony-6, and Miriah-5. She migrated to the Rhode Island at the age of 7, and became an ESL student in Providence. She lived with her single mother Ydelsa, then received a theatre scholarship to attended Rhode Island College where she received a bachelors in arts with a concentration in theatre.  She’s been apart of the Everrett Stage and School Company, and truly enjoys all of her volunteer work with many children’s theatres in the city of Providence. Come hear Magnolia’s story of motherhood on May 4th at The Providence Public Library. Purchase your tickets HERE. by

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Providence Listen to Your Mother, Final Cast Announcement

March 20, 2017

This year’s auditions were like no other. The stories lingered in our heads, and as we patched together an amazing show, we begged for more time. In our hearts, not one story will be left out. We laughed and talked, sipped hot coffee until it was cold, and had a lot of fun, as this process is not to be repeated again. We reflected on this truth, and reworked the words into a pattern that would take our audience on a journey of so many new and different walks from years before. But after all was said and done, we our beautiful quilt is together. Stitched with words of passion, strength, hurt, heart, love, laughter, tears, and all walks of motherhood. We could not be more excited to announce Karen CL Anderson, cast member Liana Cassar, cast member Elizabeth DaRosa, cast member Brianne DeRosa, director/producer/cast member Kirsten DiChiappari, director/producer/cast member Jackie Hennessey, cast […]

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2017 Listen to Your Mother Providence Auditions

January 16, 2017

Your story must be told- now more than ever. Let your voice be heard as an essential part of this year’s Listen To Your Mother celebration of mothering by giving a voice to motherhood — in all of its complexity, diversity, and humor. If you have a story longing to be heard about your mother, your own view as a mother, or about a mother-figure in your life — write it down and share with us! We will be hosting two auditions at the Providence College/Smith Hill Annex on Thursday, February 23 from 7 pm – 9 pm and Saturday, March 4th from 9 am – 11 am. These spots are by appointment only- please find your spot HERE! What is your story? It’s motherhood as you see it. Humor, painful, soulful… Whether you are a mother, know a mother, have a mother, want to be a mother- man or woman. We want you to breathe life […]

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Announcing #LTYM’s 2017 Grand Finale 33-City Line Up (and 5th Providence show)!

October 11, 2016

JOIN US THIS SPRING IN 33 CITIES!   Listen To Your Mother returns to Providence for our 5th and final show this Spring, 2017! This show has changed lives… from those who listen to those who speak. From the moments we’ve relived together, to those we’ve learned from. Listen to Your Mother is powerful in it’s action and intention through the voices, actions, and stories of our communities. So, how can you be a part of this epic, North American celebration of our mothers/our caretakers, and ourselves ? Subscribe to our monthly newsletter (yup, just once per month–no spam here) for updates about auditions, ticket sales for our live shows, book news, and alumni news from hundreds and hundreds of amazing creative women and men who’ve graced our stages. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. As we anticipate 2017, enjoy 2000 videos from past seasons on our LTYMShow YouTube channel. Thank […]

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Our voices as one…

July 25, 2016

The world is in turmoil, and we need unity. We need peace. We need love, connectedness and we need to listen. We all have a story. We all have a voice. And we are so blessed to have heard these voices in our 2016 Providence Listen to Your Mother Show. by

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