Parlor House Panic of 1893

WhatNot Theatrics

About the project and the company

A WhatNot Theatrics Original, Immersive Play Returns.

Step inside Seattle’s most notorious brothel owner Madam Lou Graham’s Parlor House for an evening of entertainment. Business begins as usual with performances, drinks, and city officials doing official city business in the booths. But as the night progresses the Panic of 1893 begins to find its way into Seattle and the world becomes topsy turvey.

Part Seattle history, part immersive experience The Parlor House reopens for business November 2019.

WhatNot Theatrics is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike
Parlor House: Panic of 1893 is partially funded by Seattle Office of Arts & Culture

Rehearsals begin September
Show Dates: November 26-27 & 29-30
Co-Produced with Theatre Off Jackson

Location of Audition

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Other details

In Subject Line Put: Parlor House + Role you're auditioning for

Highlight burlesque experience in body of email if not apparent in resume

Auditions will take place on Sunday, August 25th

If cannot attend audition email with materials & indicate that you can't make it. We'll be in touch with alternative time/date if applicable.

Audition requirements

Cold Readings from script Prepare a monologue If singer, prepare a Capella or bring backing track.

Character breakdown / Project needs
Acting, improv. Ensemble & burlesque skills a plus. Multiple roles available. 1 role has burlesque element, others do not
Provides ambient entertainment
Joshua Green
Dominant figure of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet
A prostitute working in Madam Lou Grahams upscale brothel
Additional information
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Audition/Interview dates

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Audition location

Seattle WA

Callbacks or second audition/interview?


Union Requirements


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