Expressing Motherhood closed out it’s 8th year this past weekend to a sold out crowd in Silver Lake.
Expressing Motherhood had a wonderful two night run in Chicago led by Local Producer Colleen O’Neill.
As far as upcoming shows, tickets for the South Bay show in January are now on sale.
Submissions for the Mother’s Day shows in Santa Monica and Santa Barbara will be accepted in January.
Here is a wonderful quote that Silver Lake patron Donna Staub had to say about the show, “The stories made me laugh, cry and think. Totally engrossing and carefully curated. I gave a well deserved standing ovation. Expressing Motherhood is a gift.”
I assure you I don’t think I could have dreamt 8 years ago this show would still be going or someone might say something like that.
Expressing Motherhood will be in another city for the first time. She gets around.
Santa Barbara we are coming at you.
ExMo alum Jacquelyn De Longe will be the Local Producer.
Jacquelyn De Longe is a three time performer of Expressing Motherhood Los Angeles and is pleased to direct and produce this national community building play in Santa Barbara. She began her production career at 20, driving a van of film reels around Hollywood and with in a few years worked her way up to Associate Producer in commercial VFX production. Tired of 60 hour weeks her creative interests led her to earn her a degree in Fine Art from Art Center College of Design, followed by years of experience in the Los Angeles art world, working for major galleries and prominent artists. Now a resident of Santa Barbara this mother of two (4&6) splits her time between writing for West Coast newspapers and magazines, advocating for children’s art programs as a local member of the California Alliance for Arts Education, and trying to raise the next generation of decent human beings.