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posted Friday, September 7, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 36
Gay City Arts launches Season 6: 'Solidarity'
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Gay City Arts launches Season 6: 'Solidarity'

Gay City Arts is proud to present a new season of arts productions exploring solidarity within the LGBTQ communities beginning September 20. Season 6 brings a 12-show season featuring a mix of new and returning LGBTQ directors. This new season will share a slew of experiences based upon one theme, 'Solidarity.'

Join us for the season opener 'How to Have A Body' by Gina Stella dell'Assunta. The solo theatrical explores the intersections of queerness and disability. dell'Assunta's performance runs from September 20-22.

All events will take place at the Calamus Auditorium at Gay City (517 E Pike St). Doors at 6:30pm, shows at 7pm. Tickets: $12 student, senior, disabled; $15 general; $20 sponsor. www.gaycity.org/arts; www.brownpapertickets.com. 1-800-838-3006.

Gay City Arts Season 6: Solidarity

Sept. 20-22 | 'How To Have A Body' by Gina Stella dell'Assunta
A solo theatrical about the intersectionality of queerness and disability from a queer, femme, genderqueer/non-binary, mixed-class, mixed-race, and disabled perspective.

Oct. 11-14 | 'Seattle's QTPOC Music Scene' by Momma Nikki

Nov. 9-10 | 'Healing a Queer Black Soul' by Naa Akua

Dec. 6-9 | Eli Steffen presents 'Belly'
Fems doing it our way for our pleasure, but you can watch...

Jan. 17-19 | 'And Then I Got Fired: On Being Trans, Unemployed & Surviving' by J Mase III
A variety show.

Jan. 24-26 | 'SICK.FAT.FEMME.' by Lucia Leandro Gimero
A comedy & storytelling ritual from a loudmouth Afro-Latinx QT.

Feb. 7-10, 14-17 | 'A Certain Type of Brilliance' by Liz Cruz

Mar. 14-17 | 'Two-spirit, Latinx and Afro Indigenous' by Hijx De Su Madre
A multimedia experimental performance.

Mar. 21-24 | 'Interpretation and Ceremony of Original Music' by Julz Ilang-Bulan

Apr. 18 | Open Mic Night: National HIV Trans Testing Day

May 10-11, 24-25 | 'Dark At Dusk' by Nic Masangkay
A multimedia show about a Filipinx Sick and Disabled, Queer and Trans Survivor.

May 17-18 | 'Butterfly: Una Transformación' by La Espiritista
A book release celebrating the spiritual nature of queer transformation.

To learn more about Gay City Arts and Season 6, visit GayCity.org/Arts.

About Gay City Arts
Art is the voice, spirit, and conscience of every community and is a vital tool for community reflection, dialogue, and pride. Through Gay City Arts, Gay City collaborates with local LGBTQ artists to galvanize an audience for queer arts, foster the development of LGBTQ artists and works, and facilitate accessible artistic excellence. Gay City Arts is committed to presenting challenging, dynamic, and excellent queer art across a wide range of disciplines, including theater, music, dance, film, spoken word, comedy, and literary and visual arts. Performance seasons run from September through May with special events throughout the year. Interested in bringing your art to Gay City? Gay City Arts is always looking to collaborate with queer artists. Reach out to us at arts@gaycity.org!

About the Calamus Auditorium
The Calamus Auditorium at Gay City is a premier organizing center and performance and exhibition space for Seattle's queer arts community. The Calamus Auditorium is an intimate performance venue (maximum capacity 49), fully equipped with lighting, sound, and audio/visual equipment. Located in Seattle's Pike/Pine corridor on Capitol Hill, the Calamus Auditorium is conveniently centered near downtown Seattle and the hub of Seattle's most dynamic arts district. The Calamus Auditorium is available for rent as a performance or event space.

Courtesy of Gay City Arts

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