Feb 26, 2015

Listen To Your Mother Comes to Detroit 4/26/15 #giveaway

Introducing the 2015 
Listen To Your Mother Show 
Metro Detroit

Photo Credit: Jarrad Henderson
LTYM is half live-stage event and half social media project, and the project serves as a bridge that connects local writers with our local community and with the world.

Listen to Your Mother Show started with one performance in Madison, Wisconsin in 2010 and has now become a nation-wide movement creating a new way to celebrate Mother's Day by giving a voice to motherhood --giving Motherhood a microphone in 39 cities across the country.

Angela Amman and Angela Youngblood are thrilled to bring this amazing project to Metro Detroit for the second year. They’re auditioning and producing a show featuring humorous and heartwarming works to gather the community at Saint Andrew’s Hall on April 26, 2015.

Photo Credit: Jarrad Henderson
Metro Detroit is being publicized nationally as part of the LTYM project, and videos of each and every performance will be shared globally on You Tube this summer. See over 1000 videos from past seasons on the LTYMShow channel — with around 400 more videos coming this summer from the 2015 shows!

While LTYM has featured best selling authors and professional actors, every day people with a story to tell make up the heart of LTYM, and the audience comes from all over the Metro Detroit community. Mothers, daughters, fathers, and sons have all taken the stage to tell their stories, and the LTYM Metro Detroit team would love to see you at the event this April. 

A Listen To Your Mother Show is a fabulous event to attend with your girlfriends, with your mom, or with anyone who appreciates storytelling. The show promises to entertain, to make you laugh, and maybe even make you cry.

Coming April 7th from Putnam & Sons (a division of Penguin): "Listen To Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We're Saying Now,” a book of some of the powerful voices that have taken the Listen To Your Mother stage.

Photo Credit: Jarrad Henderson
Every LTYM show donates a portion of ticket proceeds to charity. The Metro Detroit team is excited to work with Cass Community Social Services as their charitable partner. The project has raised over $50,000 for local non-profits to date.


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