NYC Show Information
The second annual New York City production of Listen to Your Mother will be presented:
Sunday, May 12th (Mother’s Day) at 5 PM at
2537 Broadway at 95th Street on Manhattan’s Upper West Side
“Listen To Your Mother” is part of a 24-city series of live readings in honor of Mother’s Day. This New York City production features prominent local writers and performers telling their own tales of motherhood in all of its complexity, diversity, and humor. Don’t miss this sometimes hilarious, sometimes touching, always engaging celebration!
Peter Norton Symphony Space is a pre-eminent multi-disciplinary performing arts center, renowned for world-class music, film, stage, dance and literary events.
Cast: Barbara Patrick, DeBorah “Momma D” Gray, Jaime Fernandez, Kim Forde, Kizz Robinson,
Laura Pruden, Marinka, Mary Beth Coudal, Nicole Goodwin, Nivea Castro, Rebecca Land Soodak, Sandy Rustin, Sasha Schreiner, Shari Simpson, Sofia Quintero, Stacy Morrison, Susan Buttenwieser, Tracy Beckerman, Virginia Watkins
To buy tickets:
Tickets are $25 ($30 on day of the show) And please note that 10% of ticket sales go to local charity Family-to-Family.
We are selling our tickets directly through Symphony Space. You can visit their online Box Office by clicking on this button, here:
So this year on Mother’s Day… spend the DAY with your family but the EVENING with your friends and us!
We Look forward to seeing you at the show!
Important Note: Although the LTYM show is about Motherhood, it is ADULT oriented, and may not be suitable for all ages.
Peter Norton Symphony Space is located on the Upper West Side – 2537 Broadway at 95th Street.
Public Transportation Directions and Parking:
Subway: Take the 1, 2 or 3 train to the 96th Street stop – it is right there.
Bus: The M104 Broadway bus to 94th St. stop. Or, from the East side, take the M96 crosstown bus West on 96th St. to Broadway.
Parking: There are many parking garage in the immediate vicinity, including one on West End Avenue between 94th & 95th, one on Broadway between 96th & 97th, and one on 97th between Broadway and West End Avenue. Or if you want to take your chances at the NYC street parking roulette wheel, the meters are off on Sundays.