Special guest: Shana Glickfield, founding partner of The Beekeeper Group; Guest monologist Jeff Hughes

Inspired, fun and Photoshop-free, The October Issue is Washington Improv Theater's contribution to the citywide Womens Voices Theater Festival.


Thursday October 8, 2015
8:00 PM
$15 in advance, $20 at the door

On the cover

Shana Glickfield

is a founding Partner of Beekeeper Group, a DC-based public affairs firm, where she helps a wide array of clients with their communications and advocacy strategies, focusing on websites, social media, and mobile technology for online community building.

Prior to launching Beekeeper Group, Shana was the Online Community Director for NextGenWeb.org, the online community of USTelecom, the broadband association. Before that, she was the Director of Strategic Communications at Issue Dynamics Inc. (now Amplify Public Affairs), where she was the first employee to be a hybrid of the Public Affairs and Internet departments. Shana has also worked in-house at several national nonprofit organizations, including Public Citizen and Earthjustice.


“His Perspective” Monologist

Jeff Hughes turned 40 in 2010.  Some guys buy themselves a sportscar at that age; Jeff started taking improv classes.  Since then, he has trained with instructors from the DC Improv, Washington Improv Theater, PhIT, Magnet, Annoyance, Second City, and Upright Citizens Brigade theaters.  Jeff is a founding member independent teams Small Town, Jungle Fever, Allergic To Winter, and Pony! Poni! Pone! He has also performed with Baltimore Improv Group’s troupe Minority Re’port. Jeff is an independent producer of comedy shows, including the Happy Buddha Show which has featured nationally reknowned performers such as ShawnMikael(s), Asaf Ronen, The Amie and Kristen/Kristen and Amie Show, Rick Andrews, and Trike.

Important details:

  • 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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