Read on to learn why Rob chose to do improv and how it helps him in his work at one of the country's leading LGBTQ advocacy organizations.
The goal of this scholarship is to help enable more diverse communities to pursue improv, which would mutually benefit the improv community and the individuals selected.
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 grad and filmmaker Tony Lazzeroni: “I’m far more likely to cast an improviser in a project than your typical actor”
Tony Lazzeroni is a filmmaker who’s been working in DC for eight years. In this interview, he talks about why he prefers directing improvisers over other actors, and what drew him to finally trying improv for himself.
Auditions are notoriously nerve-racking experiences—everyone wants to shine and, in the moment, the stakes seem huge. We talked to members of our ensembles and Harold teams about their audition experiences.
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…