A recent Stanford University graduate, Muse Lee is a writer and die-hard fan of all things Iliadic. Muse has served as a theatre teaching assistant at Stanford, been a member of The Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women/HIV Circle, piloted youth programs at Los Angeles Opera, and taught creative writing in a juvenile justice facility.
Muse's love of writing and singular obsession with the Trojan War grew up hand in hand, As a kid, Muse wrote many novels and plays on their favorite heroes, wanting to become even the smallest part of their world. Then, in middle school, stumbling across opera DVDs at the local library was like picking up a kaleidoscope, with each art form reflecting and refracting the others in their own way, ultimately uplifting all of them. To peer into the kaleidoscope of music theatre was to experience, in just a few hours, all of the arts changed and elevated in the unfolding of a single story. It offered a way in to the world Muse had loved for so long. This kaleidoscope has become Muse's lens as a writer. Muse is excited to experience the wonder of music, antiquity, storytelling, and theatre alongside the students at HaoExpression Performing Arts Studio!