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Chandelier Productions presents: Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party
A Benefit for Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS)
Book, Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Based on the poem by Joseph Moncure March
Directed by Georgina Spelvin
Choreography by Devon Allen and Kendra Pierce

Queenie: Paul Gauger
Burrs: Shane Patrick Hoffman
Kate: Tae Phoenix
Black: Devon Allen
Mae: Anna Urband
Eddie: Michael Renney
Phil: Dustin Schisler
Oscar: Bryce MacEvoy
Madelaine True: Gina Malvestuto
Jackie: Lauren Trew
Dolores: Jordan Frost
Nadine: Dani Hobbs
Sam: Zack Summers

Piano: Greg Smith
Reeds: Lauren Trew, William Bryant & Dexter Stevens
Trumpet: Harlan Feinstein
Guitar: Cameron Schneider
Bass: Collin Wheeler
Drums: Ron Carnell

With our current site-specific musical production of Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party, Chandelier Productions creates a permeable space between performers and partygoers as they experience a 1920s prohibition party. With this environmental theatrical experience, spectators are invited to not only view the party as a fly on the wall, but to engage and play with performers throughout the evening. Within the world of the show, there will be both moments to watch and moments to play.

Based on the 1928 book-length poem by Joseph Moncure March, The Wild Party is a seedy Jazz Age narrative about the gin-soaked debauch chez of Queenie and Burrs, a vaudeville siren and her abusive lover, as they throw a decadent and deadly all-night party to end all parties. Andrew Lippa's Wild Party was an off-Broadway gem that garnered an array of industry accolades, including Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, & Obie awards.

Performances are April 1-2 & 8-9 at the historic Georgetown Ballroom (5623 Airport Way S, Seattle, 98108).

*****There are a limited number of immersive seats available. To guarantee yourself one of the most unique experiences in the house, purchase the "Life of the Party" tickets.*****

Friday, April 1st - 8pm (Doors @ 7pm)
Saturday, April 2nd – 5pm (Doors @ 4pm) & 9pm (Doors @ 8pm)

Friday, April 8th - 8pm (Doors @ 7pm)
Saturday, April 9th – 5pm (Doors @ 4pm) & 9pm (Doors @ 8pm)

Presented in agreement with Music Theatre International. Proceeds from our production will benefit Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets. PSKS supports homeless and at-risk youth and young adults in the Seattle area. Their committed efforts are targeted at providing stepping stones to transition youths from the streets to self-sufficiency and productive roles in community. Learn more at

Trigger Warning & Note: This shows contains brief nudity and sexual violence. In addition, due to the immersive nature of this production, those purchasing a ticket will be required to digitally accept a release of liability waiver before checkout.
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