We are giving away a pair of tickets to Listen To Your Mother @ Alberta Rose Theatre on May 11. To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Friday, May 9.
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Alberta Rose Theater
3000 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR 97211
(503) 719-6055 | albertarosetheatre.com
In 2010 Ann Imig debuted Listen To Your Mother (LTYM) in Madison, WI, featuring live readings by local writers on the beauty, the beast and the barely-rested of motherhood. Listen To Your Mother has grown into a national phenomenon, this year featuring productions in 32 cities. Each production is directed and produced by prominent local bloggers, as well as locally cast and sponsored. At least 10% of ticket sales from each show go to support a local cause.
Portland is honored to have been selected this year to bring LTYM to The Alberta Rose Theatre on Mother’s Day, May 11, 2014. Local director, Carisa Miller (of ‘Carisa Miller-Do you read me? www.carisamiller.com and local producer, Kelli Martinelli (of It’s Me, Kelli. www.itsmekelli.com) will join 12 community cast members to share the heart and humor of all things motherhood.
The inaugural Portland cast includes Renee Butcher, Nadia Martinez Chantry, Sage Cohen, Jenny Forrester, Leanne Goolsby, Clarissa Moll, Tracey Barnes Priestley, Nikki Schulak, Melissa Sher, Deb Stone, Jessica Peyton Roberts, and Meghan Yow.
Our fair and fun city is being publicized nationally as part of the LTYM project, and videos of each and every performance will be shared globally on the LTYM YouTube channel.
LTYM: Portland is made possible though the generous support of local sponsors: Zenana Spa and Wellness Center, Women’s Healthcare Associates, Crafty Wonderland, Radio Room, Toro Bravo and Bolt Neighborhood Fabric Boutique.
Tickets are available now through The Alberta Rose Theatre’s box office (albertarosetheatre.com/tickets.html). 10% of ticket sales will go to support The Portland Women’s Crisis Line: strengthening the Portland community with advocacy and resources for survivors of domestic and sexual violence since 1973.