The Stay Up Show is a LIVE (and occasionally virtual) Talk show/ Cabaret AND a producing organization focused on stimulating seasoned artists to make NEW work, and introducing NEW artists to Established Audiences.
Our Cabaret/Talk Show is a celebration with interviews, performances, & audience games that has featured such PNW local treasures like Biscuit Bitch owner, Kimmie Spice, film director SJ Chiro, & chanteuse and supermodel, Adé.
We currently collaborate with Mx. Pucks A'Plenty and Puckductions to bring What the Funk: An All BIPOC Burlesque festival & funk music celebration to sold out audiences at The Triple Door.
We produce new work with various artists around the sound.
Other past collaborations have included several Doctor Who themed burlesque shows, Parts 'N Rekt, Girl You Know It's True, and The Nerdlesque Extravaganza at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Artistic Director/ Executive Producer- Rebecca Mm Davis
Associate Producers- Tootsie Spangles, Kevin McBride, Chris McBride
The Stay Up Late Show is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike. Support us with a tax exempt donation here >
The Stay Up Late Show is a Black and queer led organization that keeps it nerdy, sexy, and intersectional.
Interested in working with the Stay Up Late Show?
Drop Us a line at StayUpLateShow@Gmail.Com
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Gather your besties, the wind beneath your wings, reconnect with old and new friends, and head on over to Theatre off Jackson for a comedy celebration with two of the Emerald City’s funniest femmes. The Stay Up Late Show is thrilled to produce in association with Theatre off Jackson- FRIED GREEN BEACHES: A Comedy about a Couple of Gal Pals.
Get ready to be transported through time and tide as comedy duo Rebecca M Davis and Tootsie Spangles skewer and pay homage to the movies and media of the past that left a lasting impression (A League of their Own, Beaches, David Bowie’s Pants in Labyrinth). This hysterically nostalgic, 80 minute pop culture spectacle features sketches, songs, and stories about womanhood, friendship, queerness, and growing up. Ages 18+