Gemma Wilson is a senior editor at City Arts magazine. She holds a BFA in Theatre from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (Atlantic Theatre School/CAP 21) and an MA in Arts Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University. She’s a Seattle native who spent over a decade in New York, including several years working for legendary Broadway director/producer Hal Prince. She later worked as an entertainment reporter for Broadway.com before returning West to focus on covering the arts in her hometown.
A new musical about America’s first transgender mayor called Stu for Silverton recently hit the boards at Intiman Theatre Festival. The buzzworthy topic, youthful creative team and Pacific Northwest tie-in (Stu Rasmussen is the mayor of Silverton, Oregon)
"Rapture, Blister, Burn" a 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist now running at ACT Theatre, dives headlong into the feminist fray, but it isn’t offering any easy answers.
'Gruesome Playground Injuries' is the latest production from Azeotrope, the fledgling theatre company that made waves with its 2012 production of Jesus Hopped the A Train.
Politics was the first course in Intiman Theatre’s 2013 festival, a selection of four plays that address some of those topics you aren’t supposed to discuss at dinner: Sex, money, politics and race. The night’s menu: We Won't Pay! We Won’t...
Wash your park blankets and pack your picnic baskets, Seattleites, it’s outdoor movie season! Seattle has plenty to offer when it comes to enjoying a film in the great outdoors, the perfect end to a long summer day when dusk doesn’t start until 9...
Restaurant after lounge after nightclub has moved into Capitol Hill’s perennially popular Pike/Pine corridor in recent years, joining the area’s crush of music venues and bars. Capitol Hill Block Party galvanizes this scene in a four-day,...