Posted by: findingthemiddle | May 3, 2011

Listen to Your Mother.

Wait. For this minute, listen to us ‘bino mamas and get your patooties over to Barrymore’s site get tickets for this Sunday’s Listen to Your Mother show. Then you can go listen to your own mama.

Seriously people. This show is good shit. And we are proud to be a sponsor again this year.

Cliche is all we’ve got to describe our experience last year. We laughed, we cried, we were elated, we were sobered. But that’s motherhood in a nutshell, yes? (Minus the copious amounts of bodily fluids that come with kiddos, of course.)

Come celebrate Mother’s Day in a way that might just end up being meaningful for you way deep in your mama-soul. That was our LTYM experience.

WHEN – Sunday, May 8th, 3p-5p
WHERE – The Barrymore Theater
WHO and WHAT – A dozen Madison mama-writers share their writings on motherhood
HOW – Gotta get tix! – $13.50 in advance (with service fee) or $15 day of

The official synopsis:

On Mother’s Day 2010 at The Barrymore Theatre, Listen To Your Mother (LTYM) launched a new motherhood movement, giving voice to authentic stories and voices of motherhood. In 2011 this movement goes national, with local community productions in five cities: Austin, Los Angeles, Madison, NW Indiana, and Spokane. LTYM features live readings by local writers on the beauty, the beast, and the barely-rested of motherhood, in celebration of Mother’s Day. Born of the creative work of mothers who publish on-line, each production is directed, produced, and performed by local communities, for local communities.

Hoping to see you there!!



  1. YEAY!! Thanks guys!

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