At the Disco + I Wrote That + The Broken Bones
Washington Improv Theater Presents - December 29, 2023
WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!
At the Disco: Spoofing Hallmark tropes and exploring the history of a family heirloom, the playful and energetic performers of At the Disco are ready to celebrate the holidays with a special presentation of “Deck the Halls with Disco Balls.”
I Wrote That: Diary entries, poems, short stories, essays, emails… We all have embarrassing writings from our younger days that are better off left unread. In this show, performers bring out their mortifying writing to inspire their improv set in a show that is as silly as it is nostalgic.
The Broken Bones: We’ve all been hurt, perhaps by a hidden patch of ice, a sick collision while scoring the winning goal, or a very public breakup at your 28th birthday party. The Broken Bones will interview an audience member about an injury—be it physical, emotional, or other—and we will all heal together through comedy. Cast: Darnell Eaton, Erick Acuña Pereda, Eva Lewis, Geoff Corey, Kelsey Peters, Kristina Martinez, Neil Baron
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