You’ve seen Caroline Pettit. Whenever someone is committedly lurching across the stage as the awkward teenage version of Cerberus the hell beast, it’s very likely Caroline. These days you can catch her with Commonwealth, but she’s also been…

WIT board member and training program graduate Arianna Koudounas has been called the “Leslie Knope” of her hometown in New York’s Hudson Valley. Find out how this dynamo uses improv in her work managing a research program for a nonprofit. “I am constantly improvising,” she says, “as…

Darnell Eaton teaches WIT classes at Anacostia Arts Center, which, conveniently, is located directly across the street from his house. In this interview he talks about what it means to him to bring the art of improv to his neighborhood, what inspired him…

Jason Walther is a stand-up comedian and improviser. In this interview, he talks about the differences between the two and how each informs the other. Jason, who has a stutter, also tells us about an improv workshop he led at the National Stuttering Association’s annual conference. You perform…