Gay City Presents Adept: A Sick & Disabled Lgbtq Show

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Gay City Arts Presents Adept: A Sick & Disabled LGBTQ Show
Jan 19-21 & 28
General Admission $15-$20 / Ally Ticket $15 / Students, Seniors and People with Disabilities $12

Adept will feature poetry, storytelling, dance, comedy, music, and JOY from sick and disabled LGBTQ people. “The cruelty of ableism: it robs us from each other.” (Disability Justice advocate and writer, Mia Mingus) This show intends to interrupt that separation by bringing the community together to celebrate sick and disabled voices. The joy of community is that it returns us to one another. The show will be ASL and Deaf/Blind interpreted, and also have live subtitling.

FEATURING:
Mateo Cruz
Fatima
Tara Hardy
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha
Nic Masangkay
billie rain
E.T. Russian

Accessibility Info: The Calamus Auditorium at Gay City is ADA accessible, has two single-stall all-gender restrooms, and is a fragrance-free space. For more information about accessibility at Gay City please visit gaycity.org/access

If you need DeafBlind interpretation services, please let us know by January 13th at noon so that we can reserve an interpreter for the show you are attending.

*Sponsor Tickets: Gay City relies on the generosity of our patrons and supporters to help bring about programs like Gay City Arts. Spending a little more on your ticket will help keep our program running and our ticket prices low.

*Radical Hospitality Tickets are our FREE ticket program. Each night of this show, a number of free tickets are available for reservation. Provided as an homage to a concept first pioneered by Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis, meant to “erase economic barriers in pursuit of building a truly inclusive” audience.

**Ally Tickets mean you're providing an opportunity for someone who can't afford the ticket price to attend the show (and making sure LGBTQ Sick and Disabled People get paid for their art!).

"Thank you to the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for their support & partial funding of this project!"

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 artistic excellence that is accessible. 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, literary and visual arts. Learn more: gaycity.org/arts
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By: Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center

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