Amy Brenneman

“The Sound Inside” Spectrum News

Amy Brenneman returns to the stage in Pasadena Playhouse’s ‘The Sound Inside’ By Tara Lynn Wagner | September 11, 2023 Having his face hanging larger than life on South El Molino Avenue is something Anders Craggs Keith is still getting used to.   “Sort of like looking in a fun-house mirror,” he said, standing […]

Review: Amy Brenneman Listens to The Sound Inside

Amy Brenneman Listens to The Sound Inside… …And Learns to Listen to Her Own Truth By Craig Byrd | September 14, 2023 Amy Brenneman in “The Sound Inside” (Photo by Mike Palma/Courtesy Pasadena Playhouse) Actress Amy Brenneman is probably best-known for two long-running television series: Judging Amy and Private Practice. But she’s spent quite a […]

Review: At Pasadena Playhouse

Review: At Pasadena Playhouse, ‘The Sound Inside’thrillingly unfurls like a series of puzzle boxes By Charles McNulty, Theater Critic | September 12, 2023 Amy Brenneman and Anders Keith in “The Sound Inside” at Pasadena Playhouse. (Mike Palma) On the surface, Adam Rapp’s “The Sound Inside” seems like a straightforward two- character play that tells an […]

Interview: Amy Brenneman Is At Home Sharing THE SOUND INSIDE

Interview: Amy Brenneman Is At Home Sharing THE SOUND INSIDE By: Gil Kaan | September 5, 2023 Next up at The Pasadena Playhouse, the Los Angeles premiere of Adam Rapp’sPulitzer Prize finalist The Sound Inside opens September 10, 2023 (with previews starting September 6th). Cameron Watson directs the cast of Amy Brenneman and Anders Keith, as […]

For Sam Fuentes: Parkland

For Sam Fuentes: Parkland.             “silence is the language of god, all else is poor translation.” ― Rumi   Before the dust settles, before the news cycle cycles through yet again, before the next shooting captures our short attention span and our president has another tantrum, here’s all I want to say:  I was there.  […]

I Take Care of Three People

I Take Care of Three People I take care of three people on a daily basis who are mean to me.   I take care of my 91- year -old mother, who six years ago was still working as a judge in Connecticut, driving a car and living independently with my dad, her beloved husband […]

Russell L. Brenneman, a Connecticut environmental lawyer, teacher, and activist

October 14, 2016 Russell L. Brenneman, a Connecticut environmental lawyer, teacher, and activist, died peacefully at St. Vincent’s Medical Center, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, on October 10th. He was 88. Mr. Brenneman was born on August 15, 1928, in Springfield, Illinois, to Russell L. Brenneman, Sr., a banker, and Anita Seeds Brenneman, both of Columbus, Ohio. […]

About Last Night​

April 5, 2016 About Last Night I had music in my house last night, a jam session that roused the heavens. There was freedom, and harmony and joy. And it happened next to the Thomas the Tank Engine table. My tribe from the east coast blew into town and we hung out all weekend. On […]

Deep Contemplation

March 16, 2016 Deep contemplation… Deep contemplation is always what’s in short order these days. In these days, of seeming world collapse – social, political, environmental – and social media pinpricks that don’t give you time to recover from another catastrophe.   Deep contemplation, soothing brain waves that heal from the constant affront. It’s not […]

The Worst Mothering Moment Ever

January 20, 2016 The Worst Mothering Moment Ever There are so many, really, how to choose just one?   The time I had to wrestle my tantrumming 3-year old daughter as the plane descended into JFK?   The time I pretended to be asleep so that I didn’t have to weigh in with my squabbling […]