With appreciation of the risks associated with Washington Improv Theater’s programs or activities, you hereby fully and completely release and waive any and all claims for personal injury or loss, including costs and attorneys’ fees, that may arise against Washington Improv Theater, including its teachers, staff members, volunteers, students, or other persons associated with its programs or activities. This release and waiver applies to any personal injury or loss that may occur as a result of any other program or activity of Washington Improv Theater.
WIT retains absolute control over its workshop enrollment. WIT has the right to remove any student from a workshop at any time for any reason, on a temporary or on a permanent basis, at WIT’s sole discretion with full tuition granted. WIT also reserves the right to restrict registration to any student, on a temporary or on a permanent basis. WIT does not remove a student from a workshop lightly, but sometimes it may be necessary to maintain a welcoming and safe creative atmosphere.
WIT workshops are suitable for adults 18 years of age or older.
Students often form a tight bond with their classmates. We cannot guarantee that you will be able to be in a workshop with all your improv buddies.
For waitlists, email email@example.com with the subject line “Waitlist” with the workshop you are interested in taking. Should a spot become available, you will be notified immediately by email and given 24 hours to respond to sign up for the workshop.
If it has been more than two years since you were enrolled in class you may be asked to repeat a level and thus are not eligible for a workshop. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before signing up.
Please review the workshop description to ensure you meet any prerequisites for the workshop you select. WIT will contact you if we have questions about your registration.
If you are coming from another theater, please email email@example.com to discuss which class to start. Every training program is different, with their own set of values, vocabulary, and approaches to improv. WIT is dedicated to making sure that you enter into our program where it is right for you and for your potential classmates! Please be prepared to provide the following information:
- Where did you previously study improv (university, other improv school)?
- Who were your instructors?
- What courses did you take with them and when (month/year)?
If, after the first class, you and/or your instructor feel like you would be better suited to a different class, we can arrange for you to transfer classes at no extra charge.