Love Onion + Season Six + Commonwealth
December 4, 2015
Embrace the chaos of the holidays! At Washington Improv Theater's medley of unscripted shows, you never know what the performers will unwrap. From iMusical's famous improvised musicals to the improvised romantic comedy Improv Actually, each show is full of wonderful surprises.
Love Onion presents Love Onion of the Magi: Drawing loosely on O Henry’s “Gift of the Magi,” Love Onion will show what happens when two people start with the best of intentions when buying holiday gifts and end up…somewhere else.
Cast: Coonoor Behal, Sam Bonar, Stephen Carter, Zac Chase, Tim Harkin, Tim Hunt, Margaret Lee, Amy O’Brien. Director: Abe Woycke.
Season Six: Season Six gets personal. Our personal holiday stories retold the way they would have gone if they had been funnier, more traumatic, and (thankfully) happening to someone other than us.
Cast: Sabahat Chaudhary, Jon Chesebro, Nick Greenough, Ami Krasner, Reaves McElveen, Murphy McHugh, Xavier Padin, Satish Pillalamarri, Charles St. Charles, Abe Woycke. Director: Murphy McHugh.
Commonwealth presents Family Plan: What common elements makes the holidays both magical and maddening? Family! And travel! Commonwealth will plumb the depths of one family’s relationships and interactions as members try to come together, savor, and survive the holiday season.
Cast: Catherine, Deadman, Jules Duffy, Denny Johnson, Ryan Krull, Jamie Lantinen, Caroline Pettit, Jaci Pulice, Kate Symes, Stewart Walsh. Coach: Dave Johnson
dDie! Die! Die!The October IssueDrawing inspiration from the movie Love Actually, the show takes place in our fair city of Washington, D.C. Improv Actually introduces us to an eclectic mix of Washingtonians who are falling in love, falling out of love, and (quite possibly) falling back in love again.
sssscast of singer-improvisers instantly creates a compelling new show with each performance, comprised of completely improvised scenes, lyrics and music, all inspired by a single audience suggestion.
- Doors open approximately 30 minutes before curtain time. All seating is general admission except for reserved seating, which will be in the first three rows.
- In the case of sold-out shows, seats cannot be held for late arrivals and unclaimed tickets may be resold. This includes reserved seats.
- In the case of a sold-out shows, we may offer a limited number of half-price stand-by tickets. These seats will be on the floor in front of the first row or along the sides
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