Day 1: Listen To Your Mother

Today’s gift:  Listen To Your Mother!

I’m thrilled and delighted that I’ll be Co-Directing & Co-Producing  Listen To Your Mother – Providence with Carla Molina Martins.

Carla (left) is a talented writer and her brilliant application landed us the gig.  I happily agreed to join creative forces with her to bring the magic of LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER to Rhode Island.  I already knew about LTYM from the great NY show that included friends and colleagues and have been pining to get it to RI.

Directed and produced by stay-at-home humorist Ann Imig, LTYM is a “national series of live readings by local writers giving Mother’s Day a microphone.”  In 2013, LTYM travels to 24 cities across the nation.   Read some of the blog posts from my Sister-Moms here on Ann’s blog. (Or below).

Today aka “Day 1″ was our first official Providence meeting.  The Beginning for us started at Panera with coffee, catching up, chatting, and making our first To Do list (charities, auditions, venues, more).  I’m energized and inspired and so happy to be part of this project.

In the spirit of my blog and celebrating unexpected gifts, I’ve decided to write a virtual diary here chronicling my experiences and I hope you’ll join me for the journey.  My blog narrative will include an intimate look at my personal experience, my Mom-ing, my twins, special needs parenting, working with Carla, joining forces with the entire LTYM 2013 family, stories about friends and other bloggers and so much more.

And we’re off!

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8 Responses to “Day 1: Listen To Your Mother”

  1. Ellie Says:

    I feel a reality show coming on…great post!

  2. Galit Breen Says:

    What a phenomenal idea to chronicle this amazing experience!

    I can’t wait to follow along and, of course, learn alongside you!

    So many congrats! This? Is going to be pure fabulous!

  3. Phil Rossi Says:

    Nice work, sistah!

  4. Stephanie Precourt Says:

    How exciting! I love the diary idea. And CONGRATS!

    Steph

  5. LRT Says:

    Thank you Stephanie. So happy to hear you like my idea. So inspired by LTYM! See you online.

  6. LRT Says:

    Thanks Brother! How about you start a Listen To Your Father movement?

  7. LRT Says:

    Thank you for stopping by Galit. YOU are fabulous!

  8. LRT Says:

    LOVE it!

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