Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre teacher and performer Billy Merritt once hypothesized that improvisers come in three categories: the pirate, the robot, and the ninja. Pirates initiate scenes without fear or judgement; they blaze onto the stage with swords drawn. Robots jump in next, thinking of everything needed logically; robots are always computing… Read More

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… Read More

WIT seeks new talent for our board of directors and for the board’s finance, fundraising, and space exploration committees. Seeking sharp team players keen on WIT and our mission, to help us thrive. Desirable backgrounds include (but are not limited to): law, education, local government, commercial real estate, architecture &… Read More

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. Read More