ROAR: WIT’s Twentieth Anniversary Gala
April 27, 2018
Washington Improv Theater is celebrating two decades as the District's home for longform improv. "Applesauce!" you might say—but it's true.
Don’t be a cancelled stamp or a dewdropper! Join us for a twenties-themed gala to celebrate and support WIT’s mission to change lives with our classes and bring joy to audiences through our performances.
The event will go down at the gorgeous, historic Josephine Butler Parks Center near Meridian Hill Park on April 27 at 8:00 PM. We’ll have a variety of food and giggle water served, plus dancing and surprises.
(to decode this page, check out this glossary of amazing twenties slang)
Gatsby it up with your best flapper, mob boss, or bootlegger attire. Themed costumes are strongly encouraged (but not required)!
What Should You Bring?
Your friends and associates who enjoy your sense of fun and who you think do or will enjoy WIT. And your sense of extravagance.
DJ Entertainment & Production provided by DJ Tanner
Please be advised that the event will be held on the 2nd floor; unfortunately, there is no elevator access. There is a restroom on the 2nd floor, and a restroom on the first floor that is wide enough for a wheelchair, albeit not technically ADA-compliant.
Tier one: Hotsy-totsy ($75)
Get admission to the event, which includes food and an open beer and wine bar.
Tier two: No bluenoses allowed! ($100) SOLD OUT
All the perks of tier one, plus access to our exclusive speakeasy! Limited capacity! Get your tickets now!
Tier three: Now you’re on the trolley! ($200)
Everything above, plus you’ll become an official sponsor of the event with a customized shout-out on social media and listing on the web! (note: No more room in the speakeasy!)