“Stories are a communal currency of humanity,” Tahir Shah.
Next week Expressing Motherhood will be debuting our Fall shows here in Los Angeles and for the first time in Burlington, Vermont. Our Vermont shows are entirely sold out, thanks to our wonderful Local Producer Sheramy Tsai.
We have a few tickets left for our November 7th shows only, here in LA.
All LA shows will be followed by a 15 minute Q&A with the cast and myself.
Stories from both shows will be uploaded to our podcast on iTunes.
We have a NEW SHOW announcement, we’ll be doing a two night show here in LA in January. Details can be found here. Submissions will be accepted soon.
I have never had so many people reach out to me as I have had the past month wanting to submit to a future show, so hence the quick turnaround.
We will have cute new ExMoShow gear for sale at all of our upcoming shows.
Expressing Motherhood is deeply saddened at the passing of former/original cast member Rebecca Woolf’s husband Hal Isaacson. Rebecca is a widely known and loved mom blogger. She and her 4 young kids live here in LA and our love and prayers go out to them. I was able to chat with Hal a few times over the years and always found him so easy to be around and fun.The Wolf-Isaacson’s have a GoFundMe here.
It is with a heavy heart that upcoming Vermont cast member Maggie Van Duyn passed away “peacefully in her home, in the arms of family, after a three-year journey with Stage IV Metastic Breast Cancer,” from her website Maggies Bright Side. Maggie’s piece will be read at the Burlington show as we want to keep her voice going.
Thank you for continuing to support Expressing Motherhood, after all these years.