Nox! + King Bee + Commonwealth

Fall head over heels for Washington Improv Theater's month-long series of shows at DC Arts Center.


Saturday June 13, 2015
6:30 PM

DC Arts Center
2438 18th St. NW

Spurred by a single audience suggestion, WIT’s creative performers spontaneously build entire worlds populated by colorful characters and situations. Each performance is a one-of-a-kind show, never to be seen by another audience.

Nox- Nox! started with the idea of focusing solely on performing a style called the Bat, which is an audio-only format done in complete darkness. We realized it was a fire hazard for us to perform in different venues, so we began telling personal stories. These stories are fueled by the mantra “get weird”. Nox! is a close-knit group that thrives on disaster, the bizarre, and our mutual love of fashion and shopping.

King Bee- Once a Harold team at Washington Improv Theater, King Bee’s energy and memorable characters earned them a spot as a one of the theater’s company ensembles. In addition to performing the “pretty flower” format, the Bees most recently devised the improvised soap opera The Stingers and the Stung.

Commonwealth- We are the ensemble for the common man. And our wealth is not money or estates. Our wealth is the celebration of comedy and the human connection. Commonwealth welcomes you to our sovereign state of hilarity.

These shows 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

Meet Nox!

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

King Bee
Meet King Bee

"You hear me buzzin' baby. Some stingin' goin' on. Well I'm a king bee." - Muddy Waters Read More

Meet Commonwealth

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