Washington Improv theater seeks an Education Manager to administer and foster the growth of our educational programs, providing an excellent experience for students, instructors, audiences, and artists.
Washington Improv Theater is proud to offer its first-ever satellite class in Anacostia thanks to a partnership with the Anacostia Arts Center and support from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Washington Improv Theater's special project The October Issue, a contribution to the Women's Voices Theatre Festival, is conducting an open call audition for female players on Dec. 6.
Washington Improv Theater proudly unveiled a new web site today. In addition to featuring a completely overhauled user experience and fresh content, the site features a brand new logo and visual identity for the 16-year-old organization.
"In improv, failure is a rite of passage. Everyone, even the best, fail from time to time as they work on material. But in business, we are not OK with failure. We say we are, because that’s what a TED Talk told us..."
Washington Improv Theater is honored to announce its selection as one of the region's best community-based nonprofit organizations. WIT will appear as one of 78 area organizations in the print edition of 2014/15 Greater Washington Catalogue for Philanthropy.
WIT ensemble team Commonwealth pays homage to the classic 80s sitcom in this summer's indulgent improv event BINGE. Complete with opening credits, commercial breaks, and even a few “very special episodes," SitCommonwealth is one of the most technically ambitious projects ever untaken by a WIT ensemble.