Joy Behar's Me, My Mouth and I, About a Lifetime of Shenanigans, Opens Off-Broadway

News   Joy Behar's Me, My Mouth and I, About a Lifetime of Shenanigans, Opens Off-Broadway
 
Me, My Mouth and I, an autobiographical solo play written and performed by comedian Joy Behar, officially opens Off-Broadway Nov. 23 at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Joy Behar
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Behar, best-known for her Emmy Award-winning work as one of the original hosts of "The View," takes audiences on a journey from "her rollicking childhood in Brooklyn to center stage as one of America's premiere talk show hosts and comediennes."

Previews began Nov. 6. The production will play a limited engagement through Dec. 21. 

"This is a good time to take stock of my shenanigans," Behar said in a statement. The solo play is produced by Cherry Lane Theatre, Angelina Fiordellisi, artistic director; and Steve Janowitz.

Behar has won three MAC Awards and a Cable ACE Award for her comedy. She was seen Off-Broadway in The Food Chain and The Vagina Monologues. Behar was a regular on the TV series "Baby Boom" and has also guest-starred on "30 Rock," "One Life to Live" and "All My Children." Her many books are titled "Joy Shtick: or What Is the Existential Vacuum and Does It Come with Attachments?," "Sheetzucacapoopoo: My Kind of Dog" and "When You Need A Lift."

For tickets, phone (212) 352-3101 or visit cherrylanetheatre.org.

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