I’ll Be Coming Home + Neighbors + Love Onion

Embrace the chaos of the holidays! At Washington Improv Theater's medley of unscripted shows, you never know what the performers will unwrap. From iMusical's famous improvised musicals to the improvised romantic comedy Improv Actually, each show is full of wonderful surprises.


Thursday November 19, 2015
7:30 PM
$12 in advance, $15 at the door

DC Arts Center
2438 18th St. NW

Love Onion Presents Love Onion of the Magi: Drawing loosely on O Henry’s “Gift of the Magi”, Love Onion will show what happens when two people start with the best of intentions when buying holiday gifts and end up…somewhere else.

CastCoonoor Behal, Sam Bonar, Stephen Carter, Zac Chase, Tim Harkin, Tim Hunt, Margaret Lee, Amy O’Brien. Director: Abe Woycke

I’ll Be Coming Home: What involves awkward small talk, insecurity, and joyful reminiscing? Random encounters, of course! Join us as we bump into each other for the first time in years while home for the holidays.

Cast: Connor Gorman, Macey Schiff

Neighbors Presents Home for the Holidays: The most wonderful time of the year? Spend time with those you love and those you just have to be in close proximity to during the holiday season. Your favorite Neighbors will bring your sugar plum visions or nightmares to life.

Cast:  David Barth, Ryan Brookshire, Tracy D’Souza, Lisa Kays, Ami Krasner, Katie Rush, Liz Sanders, Nic Small, David Gavin Steib. Coach: Mark Chalfant

All Seasonal Disorder dates from Nov. 12-28 are presented at DC Arts Center in the heart of Adams Morgan.

Please note: Early shows begin at 7:30 PM. Washington Improv Theater strives to ensure its shows are accessible to all audiences at our home stage at Source. However, our guest venue DC Arts Center is not accessible to wheelchair users and may be challenging to patrons with limited mobility. If you have accessibility questions, please email us at wit@witdc.org.

DCAC Members: Please call DCAC for the member code at (202) 462-7833.

Love Onion
Meet Love Onion

From afar, Love Onion looks like just another dirty root vegetable. But slice that baby open and you’ll find a loving heart surrounded by an emotional support system of vitamin C, calcium and iron. And that's a fact. Read More