It's the Roaring '20s and Queenie, a vaudeville siren, has grown tired and resentful of her relationship with Burrs, a clown. To get back into the swing of things (and to get back at the violent Burrs), she decides to throw a party. But as their friends start to tumble in and the booze flows freely, the decadent evening turns increasingly dark and deadly. Written by Tony nominee Andrew Lippa (The Addams Family), The Wild Party captures the verve and violence of the Jazz Age -- and now, Chandelier Productions ups the ante of the party even more by creating a permeable space between performers and partygoers as they experience a 1920s prohibition party. With this immersive theatrical experience at Seattle's Georgetown Ballroom, 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.
This show contains brief nudity and sexual content and is for mature audiences only.