Musings: A Collection of Mini Muse Presentations
Musings is a collection of Mini Muse presentations from The Muse Project. Mini Muses are workshop presentations that preview the exciting and fresh projects our actresses and their collaborators are working on!
Featuring: Jessica Frances Dukes, Déa Julien, Kyra Miller, Lynn Cohen, Vanessa Aspillaga
Understudies: Zainab Musa, Chelsea Dee
These pieces are works in progress. Please note as an audience member you are given a unique opportunity to see pieces that are still very fresh and baking.
Performances are at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
October 19th @ 8:30 pm: The Muse Project is having a Mini Gala! Tickets are $50. (Come! It’s a fun little party! Mix and mingle!)
October 21st @ 5:30pm: Tea Time with The Muse Project – join a veteran stage actress in an open discussion!
$15 – Mini Muse Presentations
$25 – Tea Time
$50 – Mini Gala
Mini Muse Presentation Schedule
Oct 15th: 7 p.m. Déa Julien
Oct 16th: 3 p.m. Kyra Miller
Oct 16th: 7 p.m. Lynn Cohen
Oct 17th: 3 p.m. Jessica Frances Dukes
Oct 17th: 7 p.m. Kyra Miller
Oct 18th: 3 p.m. Déa Julien
Oct 18th: 7 p.m. Lynn Cohen
Oct 19th: 8 p.m. Mini Gala
Oct 20th: 3 p.m. Vanessa Aspillaga
Oct 20th: 7 p.m. Jessica Frances Dukes
Oct 21st: 3 p.m. Vanessa Aspillaga
Oct 21st: 5:30 p.m. Tea Time
*All tickets include an additional $2 Theater Restoration Fee, which keeps the lights on in our new digs. Thank you.
The Muse Project seeks to disrupt the imbalance of opportunity and ownership of work for women actors through the development of challenging, actor-driven theater works and focused research into their participation in American theater. Our company shifts the theater paradigm through the empowerment of women actors as creators and content generators. The Muse Project began with a single question: Why do women actors still struggle to feel fulfilled by the roles they play? Since then, it has grown in size and scope. We count fierce artists, such as Tina Benko and Jocelyn Kuritsky, among our past Muses. We have taken a Mini Muse workshop from its nascent development to a full length play that went on to be produced Off-Broadway at Abingdon Theatre Company. The Muse Project is focused on empowering a diversity of voices within the New York City theater scene. We are dedicated to supporting all women and women-identifying artists and we want to amplify the voices of those who might not feel they are given space. www.themuseprojectnyc.com