Marty and I have had three wonderful years producing the Raleigh-Durham show and are excited for our 4th season to get underway! This year, Raleigh-Durham is one of 41 shows in the United States AND Canada.

2015 Cast

2015 Cast

Start prepping your stories now – we know you have them!  Audition information will be coming soon as will information on the venue and date.

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Co-producers Marty and KeAnne

Co-producers Marty and KeAnne

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by Stephanie on July 20, 2015


The 2015 Listen To Your Mother Show Videos Are Live!

Just a couple months ago Listen To Your Mother gave motherhood a microphone in 39 citiesover 450 stories shared in 2015. 

Watch LTYM: Raleigh-Durham 2015 below!

WATCH AND LISTEN to LTYM 2015 on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube Channel or click on a playlist below:

Albuquerque • Anderson • Atlanta • Austin • Baltimore • Bangor • Baton Rouge • Boston • Boulder • Charleston • Chicago • DC • Evansville • Indianapolis • Lehigh ValleyLittle Rock • Madison • Metro Detroit • Milwaukee • Nashville • North Jersey •Northern Utah • NW Indiana • Oklahoma City • Orange County • PittsburghPlumas County • Portland • Providence • Raleigh-Durham • Rochester • San Francisco • Seattle •Southeast Texas • Southwest Michigan • Spokane • St. Louis • Twin Cities

SO MANY THANKS go out to all our many, many amazing Local Sponsors and to our National Sponsors Luvs, and SheKnows Media #BlogHer15!!

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Helping Book Harvest Help the Community

June 2, 2015

One of the elements that makes Listen to Your Mother so powerful is its emphasis on partnering with a local cause that supports women and children.  As you know, our 2015 local cause was Book Harvest, a nonprofit whose mission is to provide books to children in need.  In addition to giving Book Harvest a percentage of our ticket sales, we also asked the audience to bring new or gently-used books to donate. I’m thrilled to announce that Listen to Your Mother: Raleigh-Durham was able to donate $1000 to Book Harvest, and our audience donated an additional $95 and 442 books! Wow! But it doesn’t end there. Book Harvest’s need – the community’s need – still exists.  They give books year-round, and “the need for books is vast, ” states Ginger Young, Book Harvest’s founder and executive director.  They especially need books for preschoolers. As schools begin closing for summer vacation, one of […]

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2015 is a Wrap

May 19, 2015

Our two shows were fantastic, our sold-out crowds responding enthusiastically to the pieces presented.  BookHarvest received many new books for its needs. We saw old friends and met new ones.  It was wonderful. And now our Listen to Your Mother: Raleigh-Durham season is over for another year. I’m always surprised by how quickly the time goes.  I swear it seems like yesterday we were holding auditions and welcoming 11 nervous women to our first read-through. And now it has been almost 2 weeks since our shows were held. It took me that long to process the season, the shows, and our wonderful cast.  I don’t know what alchemy it is, but we enter this process as strangers and leave as friends, in some cases sisters. I told Marty that the always bittersweet end of the LTYM season reminds me of the ending of Ocean’s Eleven: they’ve formed, stormed, normed and then performed and […]

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Show Time!

May 7, 2015

As unbelievable as it is to all of us, our first show is tonight!  Last night we had our tech rehearsal. It suddenly feels real when we are sitting on stage, facing the audience, fumbling with the microphone and trying not to knock over the music stand. Everyone brought their A-game, and I am so excited for our audience to be able to hear these stories tonight and tomorrow. Break a leg, ladies!     by

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