Founding Fathers + Love Language + ICDC
January 12, 2020
One intimate stage—limitless possibilities. WIT runs wild at DC Arts Center all January long.
WIT’s latest engagement at DC Arts Centers finds our company ensembles performing alongside our featured ensembles and special guests.
The line-up changes every night and no performance is ever the same.
Founding Fathers uses an audience member’s favorite figure from history to inspire a Spokane format set that dives into characters’ emotional deal and relationships. Hilarity ensues.
Cast: Natalie Knazik, Oona MacDougall, Heidi Obermeyer, Simone Webster, Steph Wilson
Love Language is four best friends ready to take your love language and spin it into a glorious 15 minutes of hold-your-heart laughter. However you say it, send it, sing it, feel it, serve it, or spend it – let’s all show each other some love!
Cast: Ryan Brookshire, Geoff Corey, Justine Hipsky, Lauren Woody
A show based on an interview of a DC-based guest. We talk to someone who is a creative person in any field (the arts, science, social justice, politics, journalism, gastronomy; among others), and ask them about their stories in Washington, DC.
Guest: Matt Blitz
Matt Blitz is a D.C.-based freelance journalist writing for DCist, Popular Mechanics, and Arlington Magazine. He produces and reports “Hidden City,” an Atlas Obscura/WAMU series where we explore the hidden places and histories of our region. He also has worked for Atlas Obscura for 7 years, first in Los Angeles and now in D.C., organizing adventures and experiences. (Twitter: @whyblitz)
Cast: Erick Acuña, Neil Baron, Jules Duffy, Richie Khanh, Karen Lange, Kristina Martinez, Kelsey Peters, Krystal Ramseur
Interviewer: Rosie Grant
Producers: Mark Chalfant / Erick Acuña
- 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.
- DCAC Members: Please call DCAC for the member code at (202) 462-7833.
DC Arts Center is a rented venue and the main entrance to the gallery requires patrons to enter through a front staircase. Entry to the black box requires walking down a second staircase. With 24 hours notice, WIT can arrange for patrons to be escorted through the rear alley and through the backstage area. Four small steps are required between the backstage and black box. DC Arts Center does not have any assisted listening devices. We encourage patrons who seek more information to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-204-7770.