Yes! It's true!
New York City's Listen to Your Mother show will be back this May.
I will once again be producing, and working with a great team: returning Director Amy Wilson, and Associate Producer Holly Rosen Fink, and joined this year by two more wonderful writer/blogger/media gurus: Associate Producer Nancy Friedman and Assistant Director Shari Simpson.
Last year’s show was such a resounding success (selling out weeks before the performance) that we needed a bigger venue for this year’s show – much, MUCH bigger…
And thus we are thrilled to announce that in 2013, New York City’s Listen to Your Mother show will be performed at:
on Sunday, May 12th (Mother’s Day)
at 5 PMSo this year on Mother’s Day… spend the DAY with your family but the EVENING with your friends and us!
(Tickets are even already on sale, here!)
If you don't know what the Listen to Your Mother show is? It's a national series of original live readings by local writers in celebration of Mother's Day.
If you don’t know Symphony Space? Located at 2537 Broadway (at 95th St.) it is a pre-eminent multi-disciplinary performing arts center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, renowned for world-class music, film, stage, dance and literary productions and events.
We are thrilled to be bringing LTYM:NYC to a whole new level – and larger audience – here this May.
And if you’re interested in being in the show, come visit the LTYM:NYC website next week… where we’ll be announcing the call for auditions!
Also if you are not in the New York City tri-state area* and want to either BE in or SEE a Listen to Your Mother show, and you live in or near these other 23 places?
Austin . Boulder . Chicago . Denver . Eastern Iowa . Indianapolis . Kansas City . Madison . Milwaukee . New York City . Northern Utah . NW Arkansas . NW Indiana . Oklahoma City . Plumas County, CA . Providence . Raleigh-Durham . Sacramento . San Francisco . Spokane . St. Louis . Twin Cities, MN . Washington, DC . Wilmington
You're in luck! LTYM is coming to your town! So go to the LTYM national site, then find and click over to your city's site on the "Local Shows" pull-down list to see what's happening there. Many cities are already setting up auditions - so exciting!
*If you are like me you can nevermore read those words: "Tri-State Area" without hearing them in a funny-fakey German accent - thanks to Phineas & Ferb.