Parlor House: Panic of 1893
WhatNot Theatrics returns with last years sell out show: Parlor House: Panic of 1893, an immersive theatrical experience.
Step inside Seattle's most notorious brothel owner, Madam Lou Graham's, Parlor House for an evening of entertainment. Explore the bedrooms and speak to the women working in the Parlor House or step inside Madam Lou Grahams office and talk business with the madam herself. Order a drink and listen to the ambient performance in the main room or talk politics with the city officials. But as the night progresses the Panic of 1893, the US's first economic depression, begins to find its way into Seattle and the world becomes topsy turvey.
Part Seattle history, part historical play The Parlor House reopens for business November 26-27 & 29-30 2019.
WhatNot Theatrics is Powered by Shunpike. Parlor House is partially funded by Seattle Office of Arts and Culture
Date: November 26 - pay what you can night
Where: Theatre off Jackson 409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Time: VIP check in: 6:00 PM
General Admission check in: 6:30pm
Once you enter the world of Lou Graham's Parlor House is has already begun to come to life.
For ages 21 +
This is an immersive show and starts once you enter into the Parlor House. You're invited to interact with the characters and to explore the rooms, but for safety reasons never go into any place with a closed door.
We're excited to partner with S.W.O.P who will be in the lobby during the show. They'll be collecting donations and bridging the gap between sex work in 1893 to today by talking about issues relevant to sex workers in 2019. Aren't familiar with S.W.O.P? Check them out here: http://www.swop-seattle.org/