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Joy Behar at Guild Hall

Me My Mouth & I by Joy Behar played two nights at Guild Hall

Joy Behar


The comedian Joy B
ehar, who is returning to The View as a co-host for the show’s 19th season, presented "Me My Mouth and I," a terrifically entertaining autobiographical tale on Saturday and Sunday evening at Guild Hall in East Hampton. "Me My Mouth and I" chronicles the television star’s rise to fame as told by her in her characteristic brash honest style. Behar displays a playful sense of self deprecation, along with astute witty comments on a host of topics ranging from her relatives to presidents.

Me My Mouth & I by Joy Behar played two nights at Guild Hall

Joy Behar


The comedian Joy B
ehar, who is returning to The View as a co-host for the show’s 19th season, presented "Me My Mouth and I," a terrifically entertaining autobiographical tale on Saturday and Sunday evening at Guild Hall in East Hampton. "Me My Mouth and I" chronicles the television star’s rise to fame as told by her in her characteristic brash honest style. Behar displays a playful sense of self deprecation, along with astute witty comments on a host of topics ranging from her relatives to presidents.

The evening accumulates nicely giving the audience an often hysterical look at events that shaped Behar’s development growing up in a modest Italian (not Jewish) home in Brooklyn, and a peek inside happenings on The View.

"Me My Mouth and I" premiered a Cherry Lane Theater in the West Village last year. PC

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