You could win tickets to “Letters from Livingston”

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You can win a pair of tickets to Letters from Livingston — the event formerly known as Mommologues — which is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, June 20, at the Howell Opera House at 123 E. Grand River Ave. in downtown Howell.

While the event’s new name represents a broadening of cast members and subject matter, it remains true to its core to entertain and raise money for LACASA’s programs for victims of child abuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault.

This year marks the fifth performance of the show produced by writers Mona Shand and Maria Stuart, both of whom will read pieces. It also features some of Livingston County’s beloved writers and storytellers, including Amir Baghdadchi, host of Michigan Radio’s Moth StorySlam; Daryl Bean, creative entrepreneur and comedian; Renee Chodkowski, aka, The Great Foodini, Livingston County’s Patron Saint of Foodies; Rebecca Foster, former Pinckney Village president and current trustee; and Jon King of WHMI and author of “Ishkadoodle: A Boy, His Vacuum & Their Outerspace Adventure.”

The pieces for the evening run the gamut, from serious and touching to sidesplittingly funny, so come prepared. There will also be a cash bar available.

Tickets for “Letters from Livingston” are $22 in advance and can be purchased at www.lacasacenter.org. If available, tickets will be $25 at the door.


To enter our drawing for a pair of tickets, leave a comment below. The winner will be drawn on Sunday, June 9, 2019.


 

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  1. My daughter Cyndi who now lives in Australia will be back home (Howell) the week of the Mommologues. She will love to hear the stories from our local writers so that she can stay connected to Howell.

  2. Have never been able to attend the Mommologues and would love to share the Letters experience with a friend, and support LACASA at the same time.

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