Mouse News

Introducing “The Laboratory.”

It’s been a while since MouseMuse has introduced new programming.  Yeah, like three months. That’s a record for stasis with us.

We keep learning new tricks and new ways to bring audience interaction and everyman communication into Spoken Word entertainment. On October 8, 2015 we bring a cabaret show of one of our Mouse followers, Joshua Downs, to the West End. We are co-supported by for whom we produce shows every other month. Joshua is a formidable talent who will tell his story in song, interspersed with the truly narrative voice of a master. Keyboards, voice and a narrative.  In January, 2016, we are producing a short  play by Vanessa David, “” About 53 voices from internet posting done by two actors  at 323 Main in Westport. Event listings will follow. Look for “The Laboratory” announcements on Facebook. We are open to all suggestions for shows that fit in 90 minutes.


Good Men Project Selects Mousemuse to Produce & Direct Shows

The goodmen project, has selected mousemuse to launch, produce and direct its  very first LIVE event on  JUNE 4, 2015 at 6PM.  We start in New York at The West End which welcomed the show as they welcomed our own shows. It is a wonderful venue that has just undergone a renovation..

The website is a an extremely intelligent winner in content , focusing on today’s shifting values and information for  what it means to be a good man in today’s society?

It is the conversation “no one else is having,” according to publisher, Lisa Hickey, and the esteemed editors who will be telling the LIVE stories of how they found their voice within that complex conversation. Women also edit and contribute to the website which has 3  million viewers and 300, 000 LIKES a day. The content is categorized by topics such as Family & Relationships, Advice & Confessions, Sports, etcetera. We are very proud that Mousemuse has a been given this opportunity. The website’s reach is enormous and a boon to our mission to bring STORY and authentic face-to-face entertainment as well as digital excellence to a large audience.


This Suburban Life at 323 Main Street

This Suburban Life at 323 Main Street, April 6, 2015
Theme: Sleepless in the Suburbs
Maybe it’s up coming taxes causing you insomnia, or maybe it’s a night you wish would never end, and there have some like that, we know. Or nights we wished had never happened. Our talented ensemble player will be back out 323 Main with a terrific variety show. Maureen Hallock, Vanessa David, Thomas Fiffer and a few surprises.

No Cover Charge
Food and drink available

COME EARLY! It was standing room only and barely that last February.


MouseMuse returns to 323 with This Suburban Life!

Join us this Tuesday, January 13th for a brand new performance of MouseMuse Productions’ This Suburban Life with brand new material from PJ Letersky, Vanessa David, Nick Fehlinger, Paula Darlington, Maureen Hallock, and Ina Chadwick!

Show begins at 7:00PM at 323 Main Street, Westport CT


Upcoming at The West End: What Went Wrong?

With a teeny bit of a departure from classic storytelling we have moved forward to our MouseMuse Live Magazine format. October 12th, We will be featuring a new storyteller, Edward Gibson, who came to one of our shows and got hooked on being up there. A stage addict so fast?

He brings with him a a lively out-of-state  audience and a share of humor I value. And then, if all goes as has been planned, we will be joined by a singer/songwriter who approached us on FB MouseMuse FB, and he became a follower. While he confesses to having written his confessional “What Went Wrong” love song in his twenties, he has promised me (we’ve never met!) that if he ventures from his home in New Jersey, he will give the torment of love lyrics an Elvis Costello mellow. Lindsley, the singer/songwriter has serious eldercare health responsibilities so he is trying to keep a promise to us and to his family.  Lindsley Seaman we hope to see you.

I will be sitting myself down on a chair and beginning a monologue of “What Went Wrong?”  No title yet, but it did go wrong fast.

For me the hints of wrong were happening for years, I mean for heaven’s sakes, I treated my sister to an escorted trip to  Napa  and then a gorgeous drive all the way down to L.A…  and when we boarded the plane in NYC  she wanted Continental Airlines to replace her seat with a newer seat, not another assigned seat which many people, including myself were willing to exchange with her, but one with better springs because….because…  and she held  fast to that demand. The flight was delayed due to the Princess and the Pea and a new seat carried onboard and engineered into place.