White Privilege Black Power + Seyoncé +The Amie and Kristen Show + Mash-Up: Women and Queers
January 20, 2017
An improv happening featuring players from throughout the land!
Something unscripted and unpredictable is happening Inauguration Weekend in DC (Jan. 19-22). Grief? Outrage? Consciousness-raising? An unalterable shift in the space-time continuum? Probably all of the above … and much more. Human improvisers of every ilk bring all their messy thoughts and feelings to the stage for this momentous weekend of creative expression and connection at this pivotal and urgent time in our history.
These shows are presented at DC Arts Center in the heart of Adams Morgan.
For group discounts (eight or more), please contact Dan Miller at email@example.com.
White Privilege Black Power
A white man and a black woman answer honest questions about race, gender and every other hot button issue. Cast: Greg Tindale & Eva Lewis
This is a show of female identified humans and allies from all over the United States! They are meeting for the first and, hopefully not last, time! These woman have been doing improv for years, and are here to bring some excellence to our current political raincloud. It’s gonna be aggressive, and quick witted nonsense! Come join us and help us bring energy to the universe to keep things positive! Cast: Cody Sullivan, Fareeha Khan, Ryan Asher, Carley Moseley, Emily Fightmaster, Shantira Jackson, Allison Ringhand, Sean O’Connor, Christina Seo, Kenzie Seibert, Sara Rouhi, Kate Symes, Becca Barish, Cat Abood, Shelby Plummer, Cassie Schaeffer, Katy Conroy, Rayna Caskey, Katie Kershaw,
Emma Pope, Amy Thompson, Laurel Krabacher, Mary Catherine Curran, Valeria Paschall, Caroline Pettit
The Amie and Kristen Show / The Kristen and Amie Show
Everyone’s favorite duoprov pair from Philadelphia and NYC is here to play joyously.Cast: Amie Roe, Kristen Schier
Mash-Up: Women & Queers
Women and LGBTQ improvisers share the stage in a collaborative jam to challenge the patriarchy.
- Line-ups vary nightly. Please verify the performing acts on your individual curtain times.
- For all shows, unclaimed tickets may be resold at curtain time. Late arrivals will be seated at WIT’s discretion.
- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
- DCAC Members: Please call DCAC for the member code at (202) 462-7833.