Latinx States of America + Catfishing with Madeline + The Broken Bones

Washington Improv Theater presents a series of performances including shows that blend improv with artificial intelligence!


Saturday March 30, 2024
9:00 PM
General admission: $15 in advance (plus $2 service fee); for those who experience cost as a barrier, a limited number of affordable pricing tickets are available using the code AFFORDABLE


Latinx States of America
Latinx States of America transports the audience to the Americas with our varied Latinx experiences woven throughout.
Cast: Erick Acuña, Daniel Barrera, Ceci de Robertis, Analía Gomez Vidal, Kristina Martinez, Nick Martinez

Catfishing with Madeline
Madeline begins her performances with an interactive moment with you, the audience, and ascends to a higher place of laughter as they unpack your technical dreams, cyber despairs, and future daydreams. Their performance style promises all the satisfaction of remembering your social security number, the manic state of forgetting your mothers maiden name and the worthiness of an inbox at 0.
Cast: Stacey Axler, Robin Doody, Lauren Emily, Precious Jenkins, Adam Levine, Nick Martinez, Ryan McClure, Liz Sanders, Macey Schiff Matt Strote, Eddison Wilkinson

The Broken Bones
The Broken Bones presents ‘We Turn Injury Into Comedy’. 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: Erick Acuña, Neil Baron, Geoff Corey, Darnell Eaton, Eva Lewis, Kristina Martinez, Kelsey Peters

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The Broken Bones
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Meet Madeline

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