Jos. A. Banksy + Madeline + People of the District feat. Jade Womack

Join us for an unpredictable night of improv!


Saturday May 21, 2022
7:00 PM
$5.00 - $20.00

Washington Improv Theater (Source)
1835 14th Street Northwest

The performers

Jos. A. Banksy: Alex Beard, Liz Sander, Jordana Mishory, and Rob Miller

Madeline: Stacey Axler, Jasmine Jiang, Adam Levine, Liz Sanders, Macey Schiff, Slli’m Williams

People of the District: 

Guest: Jade Womack (Founder of Clockout DC, a nightlife blog). Jade is the founder of Clockout DC, a nightlife blog that spun off into a popular Instagram account with more than 24,000 followers. The D.C. area native launched her project in 2019 while moonlighting as a bartender who was in search of things to do after hours. After working a long shift, the bar was the last place she wanted to find herself. 

Cast: Erick Acuña, Darnell Eaton, Adrian Gaston Garcia, Jenna Hall, Justine Hipsky, Kelsey Peters, Cecilia de Robertis, Bethany Stokes

Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (including booster) is required. Please be prepared to show your vaccine card, legible photo of said card, or insurance information, along with a photo ID. Medical-grade masks are required for audience members. For more on our policy, visit WIT’s COVID Safety page.

Pricing and Ticketing

Please pay at the level you are able. Online sales end one hour before curtain. For all shows, unclaimed tickets may be resold at curtain time. Late arrivals will be seated at WIT’s discretion.

Accessibility information

  • The black box theater at Source is ground-floor and wheelchair accessible. WIT can set aside front-row wheelchair space upon request, with no need for the patron to reserve a specific seat.
  • Assisted listening devices are available upon request.
  • In order to provide a welcoming and supported experience, we encourage patrons who seek additional accessibility information or are in need of an assisted listening device to please contact us at or 202-204-7770.
Meet Madeline

Madeline gives nervy, flirty, and worthy onstage and off. Read More