Super Bowl Sunday’s show in Hollywood has been sold out for awhile.
You can watch Sunday’s show at home. Babble will be live streaming the show via their Periscope channel. If you don’t know what that means simply go to Expressing Motherhood’s Facebook page and I will post the link as soon as the show starts at 7PM PST.
Don’t delay in buying your tickets to our next LA show, our May 3rd show in Santa Monica.
We will be at the beautiful Moss Theatre next to the Herb Alpert Educational Center. I’ve been getting a strong reaction from people over 50 when they read that Herb Alpert has a theatre named after him.
The May 3rd night will be sponsored by MomDotMe and ClubMomMe. The price of your ticket will include some wine.
A big thank you to all who have supported Expressing Motherhood for 8 years nows. Exciting things are in the works which will be announced soon.
If you are interested in being a Local Producer and bringing Expressing Motherhood to your city please reach out to me at lindsay(at)expressing motherhood.com
This fall my husband and I lost our beloved friend Marcel Langenegger. He was a former neighbor. Our kids played together as he hand wrote the Expressing Motherhood logo that we have used for years. His widow, my dear friend, Nete Oernsholt, has done most of our graphics for years. I would have her daughter over in exchange for her work.
I’m honored that some of his creativity and passion went into Expressing Motherhood. He was an acclaimed international director and yet one sunny afternoon in the Hollywood Hills, he wrote our logo, with his shirt off I must add. He and his wife and our children played together at the time.
Creative collaboration is the heart and soul of Expressing Motherhood. I’m forever grateful to have known him.
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.