Bess Wohl's "Small Mouth Sounds"
Mar 27-Apr 1
Small Mouth Sounds begins with a note from the playwright: “Everyone in this play is in some kind of agony.” Wohl describes the characters as attempting to learn to stay with their feelings, listen, and be patient. Tasked with a vow of silence at a week-long spiritual retreat, the characters seek to understand exactly how one speaks their mind when they can’t say a word?
Bess Wohl is an associate artist with The Civilians and Ars Nova’s Play Group. She has developed numerous projects for film and TV.
A Thesis Production directed by Ann Noling
$15 -- Students (with a valid CUNY ID)
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