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Divine Comedy of an Exquisite Corpse

By Julie Atlas Muz
PS 122, New York City
Jan 27-Feb 11
Wednesday-Sunday, 8:30pm $20/$15/$10 (members)


Including post-mortem dance, ballet, mime, endurance exercises, burlesque and jazz, Muz will purposefully create the worst dance ever in hope that audiences will cheer at her tragic death. Her artful, unique and darkly eccentric performance style delivers tender and terrifying, hysterical and heretical vignettes exploring issues of freedom, fame, mortality and sacrifice.

Miss Exotic World and Miss Coney Island 2006, a 2004 Whitney Biennial and Valencia Bienal Artist, Muz continues to celebrate the ever political lineage of naked ladies in public spaces as set in motion by Lady Godiva.

Starring Julie Atlas Muz
Directed by Kate Valentine
Costumes by MsTickleArts
Sound by Raul Vincent Enriquez
Lights by Ben Kato
Image and Makeup by Karl Giant
Animation by Cynthia Rojas
Set by Leonel Valle and Julie Atlas Muz
techincal Director Janet D. Clancy
Backstage manager Zhenesse Staniec Heinenmann

 

 


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