Muse Lee is a writer and performer with varied experience in arts education. At Los Angeles Opera, they founded and led the Opera 90012 Ambassador Program, a training program for teens interested in arts administration. They taught writing and performance in San Francisco County Jail #2 as a member of the Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women/HIV Circle, and designed and taught a novel writing course at juvenile justice facility Margaret J. Kemp Camp, working deeply with youth who had intellectual disabilities, carried complex histories of trauma, were non-native English speakers, and/or were never formally taught to read or write. In 2019, Muse graduated with a B.A. in English from Stanford University, where they served for three years as a teaching assistant in the Theatre and Performance Studies Department. They are writing the textbook Acting for Non-Majors with noted Stanford theatre lecturer Kay Kostopoulos. Aristos, Muse’s Iliad-adapted musical inspired in part by their witnessed experiences with restorative justice, is currently being produced by HaoExpression Dance Studio.
Pronouns: They/Them/Their. Find them on Instagram @everydayatleast