DARK AT DUSK
The Final Suicide

After a medication overdose, our protagonist lays unconscious at a Seattle hospital. Piecing together their past, we retrace what led Them to suicide – perhaps They arent the true killer.

Performance and Meeting Rentals

Gay City offers a premier 50-seat performance space and two intimate spaces for the community and queer arts performaces.

Arts Season Schedule

 

May 17-18 | “Butterfly: Una Transformación” by La Espiritista | Get Tickets
A pre-release show celebrating the spiritual nature of queer transformation.

May 25 | “Dark At Dusk” by Nic Masangkay  |  Get Tickets
A multimedia show about a Filipinx Sick and Disabled, Queer and Trans Survivor

June 11-13 | “Scared Sex: Rising Above the Stigma” by Boom Boom L’Roux

June 13 | 4Culture Workshop: Grant Workshop for Trans and Gender Nonconforming Artists and QTPOC

July 11-13 | “Bearing Witness: An evening of stories, spoken word and music exploring the impact
of HIV/AIDS on Black and African American LGBTQ People” by Chad Goller-Sojourner

July 13 | Artist Financial Sustainability Workshop | Get Tickets
Join us for a free workshop for trans and gender non-conforming artists to learn how to move towards financial sustainability

Jul. 25-28 | “A Certain Type of Brilliance” by Liz Cruz | Get Tickets

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. We collaborate 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.

Upcoming season submissions occur every summer. To learn more, subscribe to the Arts Newsletter.