About

 

Expressing Motherhood is the hit, ongoing stage show that has been showcasing people sharing their stories about motherhood onstage since 2008.

Created in 2008 in Los Angeles,  just one year after it’s conception the show was taken to NYC and it performed to sold out audiences off-off Broadway.

Photo Credit: Ashly Covington

Since NYC, it has gone to cities all over the nation such as Boston, Chicago, Sioux Falls, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Louisville and The South Bay.

It is headed to Dubuque, Iowa and Portland, Oregon next.

Photo Credit: Jill Reisman

The show is also  on Spotify &  has been watched at homes across the country via their DVDs and live-streamed shows.

Photo Credit: Ashly Covington

Watch an entire show online here.

The show was built for the non-famous, non-published, the person dying to get out and express themselves. The first person cast was a gay father. The cast consists of around 10 people, each time the cast changes. People submit their stories and the stories are chosen based on the power of their stories.

Photo Credit: Ashly Covington

No auditions.

The show is going into its 10th season beginning in 2016. Around 8,000 seats have been filled to see the show, 200 people have performed in it and countless spirits filled because of it.

Photo Credit: Ashly Covington

Expressing Motherhood was where LA  moms Shannon Noel and Stacie Burrows met and fell into creative love and formed their national sensation, Mommy Tonk.

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The show was created in 2008 by Lindsay Kavet & Jessica Cribbs. #ExMoShow

Lindsay Kavet: Creator/Director/Producer

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Lindsay is a stay at home mom to three kids and loves being a part of Expressing Motherhood. She was born in Los Angeles and was moved around the country with her family(corporate brat) spending most of her years in South Dakota and Iowa. She is now back in Los Angeles raising her kids in this complex, creative, maddening city she  calls home.

Her short film “Meg” was chosen to be a part of the LA Short Film Festival.

She has written for Fix The Toaster, What The Flicka, She Buys Cars, Mom.Me, The Friendship Dialogues and MomsLA.

She loves Expressing Motherhood and thinks it’s kept her sane despite tendencies for people in her family to lose their sanity.