Omar Willey was born at St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Seattle and grew up near Lucky Market on Beacon Avenue. He believes Seattle is the greatest city on Earth and came to this conclusion by travelling much of the Earth. He is a junior member of the Lesser Seattle society and, as an oboist, does not blow his own trumpet.
Thoughts on the first weekend of the BOOST Dance Festival.
Taproot Theatre’s latest production inspires a discussion about why American drama cannot handle politics.
Some thoughts on the yMusic concert.
Everything we have to say about zoe|juniper, and less.
Merrily Tompkins’s sculpture contains a little history in it. Omar Willey writes.
Chekhov has been trying to shake off a century of British colonialism. Akropolis Performance Lab’s production of Uncle Vanya shows one alternative to the dullness.
Omar Willey visits the House of the Unholies at The Triple Door and ponders their Led Zeppelin burlesque revival.
Omar Willey stops in Red Square and sits down with Barnett Newman’s sculpture.
Omar Willey talks with D’Arcy Harrison of Vagabond Alley about her upcoming crowdfunded zom-com, Love in the Time of Zombies.