“Listen to your Mother” is a series of live readings by local writers about Motherhood that will be performed at the Hobart Art Theater on Sunday, May 1st, 2022 at 7 PM. This production honors Mother’s Day.
Beverages will be available for purchase by The Brickyard Bar & Grille. The show will take audience members on an emotional roller coaster of all the nuances of motherhood that will make you both laugh and cry!
COVID measures will be strictly enforced for those who choose in-person attendance. These include wearing masks, staggered seating, and the availability of hand sanitizer.
Ticket options include:
VIP SEATING: $40-Seats at round tables in front of the stage. Four to a table. Includes a swag bag and event wine glass for each guest, a bottle of wine and a small appetizer platter for the table, entry at 6 PM, and live music by the lovely Rhonda Janowski. SIX TABLES AVAILABLE. Please purchase four tickets to ensure you are sitting by people you know due to COVID.
Celebrity Circle: $25-Theater seats in the first three MIDDLE rows and includes ONE swag bag per ticket, entry at 6 PM, and live music by the lovely Rhonda Janowski. 35 seats available
*Swag bags include items and discounts donated by the community.
General Admission: $20-Theater seats row 5-back of theater. Entry at 6:30 PM.
Virtual ticket:$15-Thanks to the generosity of the Times, we will have virtual tickets available. A link to the performance will be emailed to you prior to the performance.
Donations: Can’t make the event or would like to make a donation? Please select “Make a Donation”. Those who make a donation will be entered into a drawing for a prize. 100% of the donations will go to Building Brickies. To learn more about this organization, go to: https://www.smore.com/bc1wn
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to The Hobart Schools Building Brickies program at the Early Learning Center in Hobart.
Suggested parking areas that have been approved for use:
On the side of the Librarium Cafe-310 Main Street
City Hall-414 Main Street
Centier Bank-433 Main Street
St. Bridget Church-101 Main Street
Persons with mobility issues may be dropped at the front door of the theater.
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