If you’ve ever been told to listen to your mother, now you have the perfect opportunity. The national reading series phenomenon “Listen To Your Mother” comes to New York City on Mother’s Day, Sunday May 12 at the Peter Norton Symphony Space.
Showcasing moving, socially relevant and humorous stories about a range of modern mothering experiences, “Listen To Your Mother” is a unique event taking place in 24 cities across the United States on or around Mother’s Day.
The series features local established writer/performers taking the stage with local first time writer/performers as they share poignant personal essays in front of live audiences; the NYC show combines the likes of Stacy Morrison, Editor-in-chief of BlogHer, Inc., Broadway and TV actress and author Amy Wilson, popular playwright of “Rated P for Parenthood” Sandy Rustin and other professionals with first-time readers Barb Patrick (sharing a moving Newtown, CT. story), and summer day camp owner, Sasha Schreiner, who speaks poignantly about her daughter’s dyslexia. This combination of storytellers is what makes “Listen To Your Mother” so very special.
Listen To Your Mother NYC will take place on Mother’s Day, Sunday, 5/12 at 5pm at Peter Norton Symphony Space (2537 Broadway at 95th Street). Tickets are $25 (advance), $30 (at the door) and can be purchased in advance online.
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