Aboulia! + Season Six + Nox!

The weather outside may be frightful, but these shows are sure to be delightful.


Friday February 5, 2016
9:30 PM
$12 in advance; $15 at the door

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.

Aboulia! presents Cloudy with the Chance of Aboulia: We take your one-word suggestion and weave it into a world filled with characters you want to hang out with for the rest of the night. We don’t know where the story will take us, but we know it’ll be a damn good time. The word Aboulia means “indecision.” Buy us a beer after the show and we’ll tell you the story of how we came up with that.

Cast: Scott Holden, Katie Honerkamp Lazo, Brianna Lux, Mike Macrina, Justin Schram, Joanna Tiger, Austen Villemez. Coach: Kate Symes

Season Six:

Cast: Abe Woycke, Ami Krasner, Charles St.Charles, Jon Chesebro, Murphy Mchugh, Nick Greenough, Reaves Mcelveen, Sabahat Chaudhary, Satish Pillalamarri, Xavier Padin

Director: Murphy McHugh


Cast: Aaron Mosby, Alex Beard, Brianna Lux, Chris Ulrich, John Heiser, Lura Barber, Matt Winterhalter, Sean Paul Ellis, and Yuliya Malamud

Director: Justus Hammond


These shows are presented at DC Arts Center in the heart of Adams Morgan.

Please note: Early shows begin at 7:30 PM and late shows begin at 9:30. 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.

Season Six
Meet Season Six

There is no reason for WIT ensemble Season Six to exist per se, but as long as they do they'll do improv. Read More

Meet Nox!

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