MUR DOES MUR premieres in July at wild project as part of their 2022 Wild Culture initiative
Posted by: Official_Press_Release 10:51 am EDT 06/24/22

MUR DOES MUR premieres in July at wild project as part of their 2022 Wild Culture initiative

New York, New York -wild project's 2022 Wild Culture initiative continues with MUR DOES MUR, with music, lyrics, and visuals by the performance artist Mur. MUR DOES MUR performs on July 15 & 16 at 7:30 p.m. at wild project (195 E. 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B). Tickets are $26 and are available by calling the wild project box office at 212-228-1195 or by visiting thewildproject.org.

MUR DOES MUR takes audiences on a journey through personal stories and reimagined songs from their original Off-Broadway musicals, including Vagina Town, Requiem, Trees, and Children Of The Earth.

MUR DOES MUR is a theatrical and visual self-portrait that blurs the line of performance art and a classical recital. The music explores the balance of social and spiritual life on earth.

MUR DOES MUR is performed by Mur, Aisha Kerensa, and Anna Bikales on harp with special guest appearances.

Mur is a New York City based composer and performance artist. Their work has been featured in The New York Times, The Cut, PAPER, Nylon, and Vogue. Mur has exhibited and performed solo works in collaboration with La MaMa, National Sawdust, Guggenheim (with Anthony Roth Costanzo), Le Poisson Rouge (with Justin Vivian Bond), and as a special guest for Alan Cumming at Club Cumming. Commissioned works include Nordstrom, Soho House, Illesteva, and Susan Alexandra for New York Fashion Week. Follow Mur @murnewyork

About Wild Culture
An initiative of the daring downtown theater wild project, Wild Culture offers artists
and presenters the opportunity to expand and further develop their projects via free or
subsidized space at wild project's 89-seat eco-friendly theater. Wild Culture also offers artists a stipend, the opportunity to create income via a box-office split, and performance technical and marketing support, which facilitates the sustainability of the artist and the continuing development of the project. Projects align with wild project's mission to enrich and educate the community, explore issues relating to BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ persons, and demonstrate a clear performance aesthetic. Wild Culture adapts each partnership to the specific needs and artistic vision of the project.

About wild project
wild project, a nonprofit producer and venue, is an innovator among producing companies, supporting the diverse independent theater, film, music, visual arts, and spoken-word artists of New York City. Since 2007, wild project has presented and produced theatre that enriches, educates, and unifies its East Village community in an environmentally responsible green space. Located on E. 3rd St. in Manhattan, wild project curates resident companies in its 89-seat theatre and devotes specific initiatives toward LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC projects and the work of local East Village artists, to ensure nonprofit theatre sustains its roots in the community. wild project places the utmost importance on engendering a climate that supports the artists and cultivating artists who commit to artistic excellence, enrich the community and promote social equity.

COVID Safety protocols at wild project
Upon entry all audience members must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination & Photo ID. The wild project welcomes the NYC Covid Safe App and the New York State Excelsior Pass, which provides secure, digital proof of COVID-19 vaccination & photo ID. For more information on Excelsior Pass, visit: Epass.NY.gov.

To help ensure a fast and efficient entry, wild project asks that guests using the Excelsior Pass Wallet app download the app in advance and log in prior to their visit, ensuring access to documentation before arriving at the venue.

Audience members are required to wear masks at all times within the theater.
Link http://thewildproject.org

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