Giveaway: Two Pairs of Tickets to Motherhood Out Loud in NYC

Now open and playing until October 29 is Motherhood Out Loud, which shatters traditional notions about parenthood, unveils its inherent comedy and celebrates the deeply personal truths that span and unite generations. Motherhood Out Loud reveals with illuminating insight the humor, raw emotions and rocky roads we experience in life.

It’s been described as:
“Chicken Soup For The Mom!”- Bob Verini, Variety

“Packed with wisdom, laughter, and plenty of wry surprises!”- Sandy MacDonald, TheaterMania

“A humorous and inspiring journey through motherhood. Raw, unadulterated and incredibly

moving!”- Rockin’ Mama
$46 TICKETS- Performances 9/20-10/2*
$66 TICKETS- Performances 10/5-10/29*

IN PERSON: Visit the 59E59 box office- 59 East 59th Street (between Park and Madison)


We’re giving away two pairs of tickets. To enter: Leave a comment under this post about your best or worst moment of motherhood! We will have two winners, who will get a pair of tickets each. Giveaway closes Wednesday night (September 22) at midnight. You must be a NYC or Long Island Resident to win and you will pick the date of the performance for yourself.

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3 thoughts on “Giveaway: Two Pairs of Tickets to Motherhood Out Loud in NYC

  1. Linda Bonasia

    One of my worst motherhood moments was when I thought I would teach my youngest daughter (she was around age 5 at the time) about using “inappropriate words,” the old fashion way. Simply telling her NOT to keep using words like…stupid, idiot, shut up and even sometimes the not so appropriate word for a person’s rear-end, did not seem to work. Discussion after discussion, no positive results…time-outs didn’t phase her. So, I decided to put a drop of liquid soap (since we don’t use bar soap in our home)in her mouth everytime she would get caught using an inappropriate word. After a few times doing this (and getting spit at, because soap is yucky) it seemed to work. I thought, we have climbed the mountain…but it soon started again. So, I again used the soap. My smarty pants of a daughter fought me as I was trying to put the soap in her mouth. But I conquered the challenge. However, when I went to brush my teeth later that night…there was an invisible surprise on my toothbrush. That’s right, my daughter had put liguid soap on my toothbrush! My mouth filled with bubbles and she was right…it was yucky! I tried to be mad at her but, honestly I just had to laugh. All I could think was, genius! That being said, we no longer use soap to “discipline” LOL!

  2. Lara Murphy

    My best mothering experience is just being a mom and spending every second with my girls…. one of my worsts was when my daughter, who was turning 2, and I were at the mall online at a store waiting to pay and she told me that she knew someone with spots all over her face. I asked “Who?”… and the lady behind me responded “I do”… she was covered in moles. I was horrified.

  3. EHA

    My worst moment was when I picked up my son from preschool and his teacher pulled me aside and said “Your son had a tough day today. He was having trouble sharing and when I asked him to let another boy play with a truck he was using, he refused. Instead, he decided to pull down his pants and intentionally peed all over the floor.” I was absolutely mortified. Over time things got better and now I can laugh about it, but it was pretty humiliating at the time. I can’t wait to tell him that story when he’s older. :)

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