LTYM Denver 2020: Thursday, July 30th at 7:30 pm at The Oriental Theater

LTYM Boulder 2020: Saturday, August 29th at 7:30 pm at The Boulder Theater

COVID-19 UPDATE: Things have been rapidly changing, for us all, and for our LTYM spring shows as well. As of this week, both the Denver and Boulder LTYM shows have been rescheduled. The new dates are as follows: 

  • LTYM Denver: Thursday, July 30th at 7:30 pm

  • LTYM Boulder: Saturday, August 29th at 7:30 pm

***For those who have already purchased tickets: Your tickets will be honored on the new dates, and in the event that you cannot attend the new show date, you will get a refund for your ticket: Please contact the venues directly for refunds.

Ticket links have been modified so that any new tickets purchased are for the new show dates. 

In the meantime! We are so excited to bring you this year’s stories, and we feel that now, during this period of intense social isolation, we need connection and storytelling more than ever. So, we are delighted to bring you a virtual version of both our Denver + Boulder motherhood shows THIS SPRING!

Presenting: Socially Distant Mother!

  • Socially Distant Mother Denver: April 11th, 7:30 pm MST. Buy tickets below, and learn more about the show here.

  • Socially Distant Mother Boulder: May 2nd, 7:30 pm MST. Tickets will be on sale soon!

We are thrilled to be able to bring you these motherhood stories on schedule, albeit in a different way, until we are able to share them in person this summer!

Tickets to Socially Distant Mother

Your $10 payment will help us support our production team, cast, sponsors, and our charity, A Precious Child. If the cost is prohibitive, please email us at ltymboulder@gmail.com and we will gladly share the link to our show with you.

We are so grateful for your continued support of the shows, our amazing casts, our fantastic local sponsors, and our 2020 charity, A Precious Child.

Listen To Your Mother is the live stage show that gives Mother’s Day a microphone. Featuring local writers reading their original compositions about motherhood—having a mother, being a mother—each show takes the audience on a well-crafted journey filled with humor, poignant moments, and lots of nods of recognition. You can learn more about the types of stories featured in LTYM productions by watching videos of past seasons’ shows on the LTYM YouTube channel.

See our latest posts here: 

Socially Distant Mother Denver
Rescheduled LTYM Shows
Meet the 2020 Casts of LTYM Denver & LTYM Boulder
Announcing LTYM CO 2020 Auditions
LTYM CO Auditions Coming Soon
Save the Dates for LTYM CO 2020

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Meet Your LTYM Denver/Boulder Production Team

 

Stephanie Sprenger, Executive Producer LTYM Denver/LTYM Boulder

Stephanie Sprenger is a writer, producer, music therapist, and mother of two daughters. Her work has been published in O Magazine, The Washington Post’s On Parenting, Brain, Child Magazine, Cosmopolitan.com, Redbook.com, the Huffington Post, and Scary Mommy, among other places, and she (infrequently) blogs about the imperfect reality of motherhood at Mommy, for Real. She is also co-editor of The HerStories Project, a writing and publishing community for women at midlife. Stephanie lives for sunny weekends and Disney vacations, and in between those moments, she fuels herself with coffee, yoga, kickboxing, hot toddys, and snuggles from her eight- and thirteen-year-old daughters.

 

 

 

Megan Vos, Co-Producer, LTYM Denver/LTYM Boulder

Megan Vos was a 2018 LTYM Boulder cast member, and joined the production team in 2019. A New Hampshire native, Megan has lived in Boulder for fifteen years. She taught in Denver Public Schools before leaving the classroom to stay home with her first daughter nine years ago. When she’s not writing during the pre-dawn hours, you can find Megan skiing with her family, listening to Harry Potter audio books with her eight-year-old, and justifying yet another trip to Starbucks with her five-year-old. Megan shares her writing at familygrowsup.com, and her work has been published in Motherscope magazine.

 

 

 

Jessey Smithwick, Co-Producer, LTYM Denver

Jessey Smithwick started her Listen To Your Mother love affair as an awestruck audience member and is thrilled to be a part of the 2020 production team.  She is originally from Nebraska but is happy to call Colorado her home and has recently embraced the idea of attaching “I Love CO” bumper stickers to her car.  After 20 years in the nonprofit sector, Jessey realized her dream of starting her own business as a Wellness Coach and Holistic Health Practitioner.  You can find her at The Wellbeing Path where she works passionately with her clients but only sporadically on things like marketing, social media, and budget-balancing.  Jessey is the proud mom of an amazing son, Ryan, as well as the bonus mom to a few other wonderful souls.  She has been a professional bellydancer for the past umpteen years, teaching in the Denver metro area, traveling to various parts of the country to perform, and co-producing shows wherever she can.  Though fueled with great love, Jessey’s attempts at regular self-care, downtime, and being a wife are humorous and mediocre at best.

 

 

Ellen Nordberg, Creative Consultant LTYM Boulder

Ellen Nordberg’s stories have appeared in The L.A. Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post, The Huffington Post, Yahoo, Parade, and 5280. She’s a creative consultant to the Listen To Your Mother show, and has been a featured storyteller in the “Truth Be Told” Story Slam. “Stories on Stage” has performed her stories, and she holds a Colorado Author’s League Award “Best Essay” award.

 

 

 

Feel free to email us with any questions at ltymboulder @ gmail.com. Looking forward to another memorable season!

—Stephanie, Megan, Jessey, & Ellen