Hi! We're Local #887
We represent the costume shops, backstage wardrobe crews, and child guardians of Western Washington.
IATSE 887 will have a booth at USITT this year! Along with our sister Locals, Local 15 and Local 488, we will be sharing our work with conference attendees and talking about the industry that we love.
Looking for work?
Costume Shops: Local #887 represents workers in costume shops at Seattle Opera, Seattle Rep, Seattle Children's Theatre, ACT, 5th Avenue Theatre, and Village Theatre. Check out our Costume Shop Job Posts to see current postings.
Wardrobe: Check out our Wardrobe Dispatch & Work page to see what our Hiring Hall is currently dispatching. Contact the Wardrobe Head for venues directly if you are looking for direct hire. If you would like to join our Hiring Hall, please register with us.
Have you been hired at a venue represented by IATSE Local #887? Be sure to register with us! Click Here to request registration forms.
Looking to hire workers?
In need of a highly skilled tailor, draper, stitcher, crafts person, or wardrobe assistant? Look no further. This is what we do! Click here to tell us what you're looking for.
Need to report a workplace violation?
Please use our Report Workplace Violations form. A representative from IATSE 887 will be in touch.
We acknowledge that we live and work on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish and Duwamish peoples. We know that despite the promises of designated tribal land stated in the 1855 Point Elliott Treaty, the original stewards of this vast region were forcibly removed by violent European-American settlers, through colonial policy, discriminatory laws, and the burning of traditional villages. We honor the descendants of the Duwamish, who continue to live in the Seattle area and among the Suquamish, Tulalip, Muckleshoot and Lummi peoples, and we respectfully acknowledge the contributions of Indigenous artists.
We acknowledge that capital was created through many forms of exploitation.
We honor all the anti-racism work that was done before us.
Through this acknowledgment, we can begin to reconnect with the history of this region.