Mu Stamp


Yerba Buena Center For The Arts, 701 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103

Friday, June 23 & Saturday, June 24, 2023, 7-9:30 PM

When the land stands alone and Storyteller's Mero Geet Mero Yatra

About the event

MU-Connector/When the land stands alone is a multi-part ritual theater experience from Korean shamanistic performance artist Dohee Lee.

Built from collective community healing rituals, MU-Connector delves into our myths, ancestral land, history, and stories, while also reflecting on wounds suffered and inflicted through systemic oppression in the U.S. and our homelands.

MU-Connector explores ancestral traditions transmuted through dance, singing, drumming, and storytelling, weaving together electronic soundscapes, an altar installation, and community participation to create a communal creative ritual performance.

This theater experience includes performances from Storytellers (Mero Geet Mero Yatra), CoRazOn/CRE Cohorts, Mu ritual drummers, and Puri Arts collectives.

Supported by:
Creative Work Fund, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Kenneth Rainin Foundation, California Arts Council, Oakland Cultural Funding, NEFA NDP, Fleishhacker, East Bay Community Foundation, Alameda County, Akonadi, AHL Foundation, Doris Duke Foundation, CCI and Dancers' Group