Lisa Kays isn’t just a longtime WIT teacher and performer on the indie team Neighbors, she’s also a licensed social worker who is passionate about improv’s mental health benefits. Lisa is in the middle of her first Improv for Mental Health Professionals class, which helps practitioners apply the lessons of…

Commonwealth’s Kate Symes is an audience favorite on stage and a popular teacher at WIT—but you may not know that she’s also a master salesperson. Kate is teaching a workshop this weekend called The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Improvisers, inspired by the book The 7 Habits of…

Jonathan Murphy, executive director of the Providence Improv Guild, will join Washington Improv Theater’s staff in February as the organization’s education director. Jonathan’s background as an arts administrator, teaching artist, information technology specialist, and as an improviser will help him foster the next phase of growth for WIT’s education programs. A former…