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Up Next!


When: September 27th @ 7:30 pm
Where: Toquet Hall, Westport
($5 per ticket will be donated to The Center for Family Justice, Bridgeport)
Julie Foldesi & PWYF "fan favorite" Stacie Morgain Lewis 
are two guitar-playing, song-writing moms navigating the universally
bumpy, exhausting and rewarding ride of motherhood!
It's a "girls night out" waiting to happen (guys invited too!)
Plus - Area restaurants Basso and Mexicue are offering
Happy Hour menus right up to performance time
(and at Mexicue, 'til closing time)

"This show is like the Indigo Girls meets Kristen Wiig!"

- Broadway star Kelli O'Hara


Produced by

JIB Productions and TwoMotherPluckers


Julie Foldesi is an actress, singer, songwriter, playwright, musician and Mom. Broadway: Sunday in the Park with George (with Jake Gyllenhaal), Disney’s Newsies, Lincoln Center’s South Pacific, Little Women, and The Full Monty. Recent regional: Run Bambi, Run (music by Gorgon Gano of The Violent Femmes), Little Orphan Danny (two-hander with Dan Finnerty of The Dan Band). TV/Webseries: CBS’s, As the World Turns (Millicent, recurring), Submissions Only (actress, original music), Hallmark Channel’s, In the Key of Love (co-creator, songwriter). Julie’s original Americana-folk music is available for streaming and purchase. Albums: This Part of Town, and My Plans. Songwriting awards: Jane Magazine, Conde Nast, ‘IT LIST’ (best song), Podunk Bluegrass Festival (best song). As a playwright and songwriter, she has several upcoming original musicals. Stay tuned! Originally from Raleigh, NC, she is a graduate of UNC- Chapel Hill with a degree in Opera Performance. 


Stacie Morgain Lewis is an actress, singer, songwriter, teacher and Mom.  She played Glinda in the Chicago production of Wicked. Broadway: Sunday in the Park with George (Frieda/Betty), Wicked (standby Glinda), Urinetown (u/s Hope Cladwell), Titanic. Off-B'way: Don't Quit Your Night Job. National Tours:  Titanic, South Pacific (u/s Nellie). Regional: LMNOP at the Goodspeed, The 39 Steps, No Way To Treat a Lady, My Fair Lady. Film/TV: Elephant Shoes, Blacklist. BFA Ithaca College. She co-wrote the children’s album Harmonize with Ben Cohn (the conductor/musical director of Dear Evan Hansen) and then went on to create Harmonize Kidz, an arts enrichment program that uses her music to teach social-emotional learning to elementary students. The curriculum has been implemented in school systems throughout the tri-state area. Stacie has performed countless concerts in and out of schools, and in partnerships with organizations such as Sandy Hook Promise (supported by Senator Chris Murphy), Melissa and Doug, Bank Street School for Children and the Broadway Inspirational Voices.


A Look Back at our summer at The Weston Library


Dissonance by Craig Pospisil
Hardball by Mike Folie
In the Trap by Carl L. Williams
Modern Love from The New York Times
Molly Garbe Brown, Jeremy Funke, Sean Hannon
Damian Long, Marca Leigh
lunch catered by
Lily's Market
Sponsored by
the Friends of the Weston Library



Marca Leigh & Sean Hannon,

In the Trap

Jeremy Funke & Sean Hannon,

In the Trap

Molly Garbe Brown & Damian Long, Dissonance

Sean Hannon & Molly Garbe Brown,


Jeremy Funke, Modern Love

Sean Hannon & Molly Garbe Brown, Hardball

Talkback after the show!

Marca Leigh, Molly Garbe Brown & Sean Hannon, Hardball

Talkback after the show!

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