Dozens may try, but only one team will clinch the championship of the Fighting Improv Smackdown Tournament.

In WIT’s annual bracketed tournament, audiences get to vote for their favorite teams to advance. Voting in the FIST Final will be ranked voting – with audience members ranking all 3 teams and votes compiled until one team has over 50% of the audience’s preference.



Thanks for Playing: Leila Drici, Omar Parbhoo, Jesse Young

The Prosecution: Annie Barry, Michael Burgos, Eva Lewis, Jamal Newman

Double Date: Nina Hsu, Joe Randazzo, Chris Ulrich, Jane White

Important details:

  • Doors open approximately 30 minutes before curtain time. All seating is general admission.
  • In the case of sold-out shows, seats cannot be held for late arrivals and unclaimed tickets may be resold. Late arrivals will not be able to vote in the competition.
  • In the case of a sold-out show, we may offer a limited number of reduced-price stand-by tickets. These seats will be on the floor in front of the first row or along the sides
  • Other questions? Check out our general FAQ.


Sunday March 25, 2018
7:00 PM
$30 in advance, $40 at the door
Childish Things
Meet Childish Things

Childish Things should never be put away, so relive your glory days and sort through the toy box with us for one final play.

Meet Madeline

Centuries from now, the Intergalactic Council of Comedy will send eight improvisers back to the year 2014, as one last chance to save humanity. The project, known as Making A Different Entertaining TimeLINE, or MADELINE will use the concepts of fast thinking and slow improv to restore humor to Earth.