Special guest: Cathy Alter, Washington Post contributor and author of “Up for Renewal”; Guest monologist Dan Miller
September 27, 2015
Inspired, fun and Photoshop-free, The October Issue is Washington Improv Theater's contribution to the citywide Womens Voices Theater Festival.
On the cover
Cathy Alter‘s feature articles, essays, and reviews have appeared in local and national newspapers and magazines including The Washington Post, Washingtonian, The Atlantic, The Huffington Post, Self, McSweeney’s, and SMITH Magazine. Her book, Virgin Territory: Stories from the Road to Womanhood was released in 2004 and her memoir, Up for Renewal: What Magazines Taught Me About Love, Sex, and Starting Over was released in July 2008. She holds an M.A. from Johns Hopkins University, where she is currently a faculty member and nonfiction advisor.
“His Perspective” Monologist
Dan Miller had three consecutive night terrors before performing in his first improv student showcase in 2010. Look at him now.
Prior to joining King Bee, Dan performed with the WIT Harold teams Spirit Bear, Scorched Earth, and Telenovela. He’s a founding member of indie team Sistine Robot and a former member of Vicinity (which performed the close quarters format). Dan has also performed in the WIT productions Die! Die! Die! and POTUS Among Us.
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