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    Mother’s Day is fast approaching! If you are looking for a way to celebrate, the 6th Annual Listen To Your Mother is an event showcasing live original readings all about…. motherhood, moms, and mothering! Whether you go alone, with another mom, a group of moms, or your own mother, it’s a great way to celebrate the complexities and beauty of motherhood on Mother’s Day weekend.


    This nationwide series of shows happens in 41 cities, from Portland and San Francisco across to New York and Boston, and many cities in between. I’ve laughed and cried at these events for the past several years, and I always walk away more reflective of my own role as a mother after listening to so many stories. I’m looking forward to hearing from two male cast members this year!

    The 2016 year’s cast includes readings from:

    Co-producers Kristin Shaw and Leigh Ann Torres will also read.

    What: Listen To Your Mother Austin

    When: Saturday, May 7, 2016

    Time: 7-10 pm (doors open at 6 pm)

    Cash bar reception following show.

    Where: AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin

    Cost: $19.98 general admission. Purchase tickets in advance here.

    A portion of the show’s proceeds will benefit SafePlace, an organization that is dedicated to empowering victims of family violence, sexual assault, and other violent crimes through support and advocacy.