Opening Chapters, Closing Notes-Stories in Words and Tunes will be debuting at Two Boots Restaurant on Tuesday, November 13th!
Without missing a beat, Ina Chadwick’s MouseMuse Productions lives comfortably between two Bridgeport venues – The Bijou Theatre and Two Boots Restaurant, and they happen to be located next to each other. Chadwick continues to supply top-notch entertainment to both venues and the debut of her new series, “Opening Chapters, Closing Notes” will again provide audiences with outstanding programming in the Writer/Singer/Songwriter genre.
The featured artist, Robert Steven Williams, a talented Westport-based lyricist and guitarist who is about to publish his first novel, “My Year as a Clown.” He will perform his original musical stories and read from his book. Williams was a record label executive and when the recording industry sputtered he found himself at a crossroads.
Joining him will be Westport writer Tom Fifer who will read a few selected short memoirs. Fiffer is a graduate of Yale and holds an M.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He posts daily on his blog, Tom Aplomb, on his morning commute from Westport to New York, where he works at Leadership Directories, a database publishing company He is also a featured storyteller with MouseMuse Productions, a contributor for The Good Men Project, and is working on his first novel.
Ina Chadwick, founder of MouseMuse, will read two short memoir pieces from her collection “Hush Money.” Chadwick is an award-winning writer in journalism and literary as well as a commercial wordsmith. “I had to earn a living by my words, and if you have to write copy on the backs of soap boxes, by all means do it!”
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