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Mouth Wide Open (A.R.T. First Look)

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Soulful, transcendent, laugh-out-loud funny, Amy Brenneman (Private Practice, Judging Amy, Heat) returns to her theatrical roots in this exuberant theater piece drawn from her own life experience that juxtaposes a hunger for the spiritual with the externalized pressures of celebrity.

From a Tibetan temple in Kathmandu to an evangelical church in the Mississippi Delta, from the hype of the red carpet to the cold reality of a hospital room, Brenneman is our guide on an epic journey that takes us to the place where illness and spirituality collide.

This fearless look at the ecstatic, irreverent, and sometimes excruciating dance between the sacred and the profane harnesses the intimacy of a confessional and the heightened theatricality of the stage as Brenneman tells her story with dazzling candor.

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Tickets on sale to members and subscribers: March 18

Tickets on sale to public: March 22

Notable dates

Tickets on sale to members and subscribers: March 18

Tickets on sale to public: March 22


Radio Boston, WBUR Radio

WBUR Radio Boston interview with Amy Brenneman

Amy Brenneman, star of the television series “Judging Amy” and “Private Practice,” and her longtime artistic collaborator Sabrina Peck are back at the A.R.T.’s Loeb Theatre.It’s a homecoming of sorts for both women, who first met as classmates at Harvard. While Brenneman has been back to Cambridge, it’s been 25 years since she’s returned to the theater.“The beginning of my life and my current life really started here artistically,” Brenneman told Radio Boston.Brenneman and Peck are in town for a short run of “Mouth Wide Open,” a play co-created by the women and opening at the A.R.T. on Tuesday, May 24. The play takes audience members on an exciting, yet tumultuous spiritual journey all based on Brenneman’s own experiences.We catch them in between rehearsals and learn about the play and the spiritual journey that made it happen. - WBUR Radio Boston

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Set/Video Design  Jim Findlay
Lighting Design Maruti Evans
Sound Design Jill BC Du Boff
Stage Manager Chris de Camillis*
  Katherine Shea*

Performed by

Amy Brenneman*
Ashley Bryant*
Page Leong*
Robert Montano*

Additional Staff

Dramaturg Andrea Thome
Assistant Stage Manager Taylor Adamik*
Assistant Sound Designer Ien Denio

*Members of Actors’ Equity Association