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    IATSE Wardrobe Local 887

    5030 1st Avenue South #204

    Seattle WA 98134

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    • Hi! We're Local #887

      We represent the costume shops and backstage wardrobe crews of Western Washington.

      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.

      Are you looking for dispatched workers? Please fill out our Dispatch Request Form.


      Need to report a workplace violation?

      Please use our Report Workplace Violations form. A representative from IATSE 887 will be in touch.

      We need your help!

      IATSE 887 is coming together to ask our brothers, sisters, and kin to help us support one of our own as they go through a challenging time.
      Unfortunately, in May of this year, Anji was again diagnosed with breast cancer, but this time it had metastasized in her bones. We are coming together as her Union family and as her community and asking for help so that we can support Anji in this challenging time.
      If there is any way that you can contribute to help with the cost of her medical bills, we would greatly appreciate it. If you cannot financially contribute but are looking for other ways to help support Anji, please email us, and we will help set something up.
    • 887's Land Acknowledgement

      We acknowledge that we live and work on the unceded ancestral lands of the Coast Salish peoples. We understand that despite the promise of designated tribal land according to the Point Elliot Treaty of 1855, the original stewards of this vast region were forcibly removed by 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. As an Arts organization, we respectfully acknowledge the contributions of Indigenous artists of all genres.  We also recognize that capital was gained from many forms of exploitation.

      We stand with the anti-racism work that has been done in the past and and continues today. We respect Indigenous Sovereignty.

      By this acknowledgment we hope to connect the history of this region to the present.

      EQUITY, INCLUSION, DIVERSITY, OPPORTUNITY AND RESPECT. 

      Local 887's Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Access Committee has submitted a response to the BIPOC  Theatremakers, authors of the letter to DEAR WHITE AMERICAN THEATRE.  

      "Our response is meant to affirm our shared goals to uplift, center, and celebrate the contributions of artists of color, and to take responsibility for creating a more equitable and anti-racist work environment". Read Local 887's full response .

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