Nox! + Madeline + The Hypothesis
Washington Improv Theater Presents - January 6, 2024
WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!
Nox!: This holiday season, it’s the return of NoxTalks! The suggestion of an audience member’s favorite holiday tradition or symbol will inspire an improvised TED-style talk on its history and origin, and a show filled with Nox!’s trademark speed, high energy, and quick edits. Nox! is a close-knit group that thrives on creating memorable characters, and playing with both real and imagined worlds. As one of the longest-running ensembles in DC, they aim to be the most dynamic and versatile long-form improv troupe in the city. Cast: Aaron Mosby, Aubrey Peterson, Brianna Lux, Chris Ulrich, Geoff Corey, John Heiser, Joshua Carter, Matt Winterhalter, Nina Hsu, Renee Namakau Ombaba, Tandra Turner
Madeline: Company ensemble, Madeline is nervy, flirty, and worthy—onstage and off! Their performances begin with a story delivered by a fascinating member of the DC community that inspires these talented improvisers to deliver a laugh-packed comedy show. Whether you’re looking for naughty, nice, or niche this holiday season, you’ll be captivated by Madeline, whose critically-acclaimed shows have been described as hilarious, a “tad horny for my taste,” and last but not least, “completely inappropriate for people who aren’t fun.”
The Hypothesis: This holiday season the Hypothesis celebrates one of the greatest gifts of all: SCIENCE! The Hypothesis combines science and improv to both inform and delight audiences. Come prepared with the burning science question you’ve always wanted answered and see it examined under a microscope. Or simply get ready to have your mind blown (and your funny bone tickled) as the Hypothesis dishes about all things science! Cast:
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