Aboulia! + Nox! + Commonwealth

Whether you spent the year flicking spitballs in the back of the classroom or getting straight As, everyone is going to Summer School!


Saturday July 15, 2017
7:30 PM
$12 in advance; $15 at the door

WIT Presents: Summer School features a packed line-up of special shows by our company ensembles, premiere project shows and special guests.

WIT Ensemble Nox! and Commonwealth Present New Shows for the Summer Season

Nox! Marry. Kill.

Ever played the game where you choose to hypothetically F#*% Marry or Kill 3 people? It was fun, awkward and a little steamy at times. Here’s your chance to watch unfold live.

Cast: Aaron Mosby, Alex Beard, Annie Barry, Brianna Lux, Chris Ulrich, Jenna Hall, John Heiser, Lura Barber, Matt Winterhalter, Sean Paul Ellis. Director: Reaves McElveen

Commonwealth Gets the Gossip

Gossip doesn’t end when we graduate from playgrounds to break rooms. Dying to blab about something juicy that’s going on in your world? Come and give us the scoop; we’ll tell EVERYONE, we promise!

Cast: Caroline Pettit, Denny Johnson, Jaci Pulice, Jamie Lantinen, Jules Duffy, Kate Symes, Ryan Krull, Stewart Walsh. Director: Mark Chalfant

Guest Act


We take your one-word suggestion and weave it into a world filled with characters you’ll want to hang out with for the rest of the night. We don’t know where the story will take us, but we know it’ll be a damn good time.

Cast: Darnell Eaton, Scott Holden, Mike Macrina, Katie Honerkamp Lazo, Jess Lee, Brianna Lux, Katie Ozog, and Austen Villemez

General information:

  • Line-ups vary nightly. Please verify the performing acts on your individual curtain times.
  • For all shows, unclaimed tickets may be resold at curtain time. Late arrivals will be seated at WIT’s discretion.
  • Please communicate any accessibility issues to wit@witdc.org.
  • For group discounts (eight or more), please contact Dan Miller at dan@witdc.org.
Meet Nox!

Nox! holds a funhouse mirror up to today’s society. Read More

Meet Commonwealth

Commonwealth was formed for the greater, common good of improvised comedy. Read More