WIT opens registration for summer in-person classes
With vaccines now readily available and life beginning to return to normal in DC, WIT is excited to open registrations for in-person improv classes. We’ve compiled a list of answers to your likely questions below.
What classes are available now?
We are offering sections of every level of our core curriculum to allow students to continue their improv education from where they left off before the pandemic. We’re currently offering:
Where are the classes?
All classes will be held at Source (1835 14th St. NW) on the second floor. Source does not have elevator access. WIT is still in discussions about a return to our previous classroom spaces at CentroNia and the Latin American Youth Center.
Do you need to be vaccinated? Are masks required?
To register for this class you will need to submit proof of vaccination. Please have an image file of your vaccination status or doctor’s letter ready to upload when you register.
Classes will be maskless and not socially distanced while inside the classroom. Masks are required everywhere else inside the building when you enter Source. Masks inside the classroom are allowed, but not required.
When will the next round of classes be announced?
Our next round of classes will start in August and registration will open by the end of June.
Will you still offer virtual classes?
Yes! Fun fact: virtual classes are still very popular even as we’ve opened up in-person classes. We are currently enrolling virtual sessions of every level of our curriculum as well as Jordana Mishory’s elective in premise-based improv.
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