That’s So You + NOX! + LOLgorithm

Washington Improv Theater presents a series of performances including shows that blend improv with artificial intelligence!


Friday April 12, 2024
7:30 PM
General admission: $15 in advance (plus $2 service fee); for those who experience cost as a barrier, a limited number of affordable pricing tickets are available using the code AFFORDABLE


That’s So You
“That’s sooo you!” You exclaim excitedly to a friend twirling and showing off their new favorite dress. (It has pockets!) “That’s so… you.” You sneer at your work nemesis as they brag about a report where you did most of the work. (Your work spouse agrees, the comment was devastating). Honoring the phrase, team “That’s So You” emphasizes their enthusiasm for fun and commitment to theatrical flair.
Cast: Mark Benjamin, Lauren Gabel, Steve Karig, Taylor Kniffin, Chris Lewitzke, Katie Munn, Jamal Newman, Andrea Quach, Jason Re, David Shadburn

Nox!’s play is fueled by the mantra “get weird,” resulting in comedy that is often dark, physical, and high energy, yet patient. They aim to be the most dynamic and versatile long-form improv troupe in DC.
Cast: Geoff Corey, John Heiser, Nina Hsu, Brianna Lux, Aaron Mosby, Namakau Ombaba, Aubrey Peterson, Bethany Stokes, Tandra Turner, Chris Ulrich, Matt Winterhalter

Can a robot make you laugh? Find out in Washington Improv Theater’s new production: LOLgorithm.

Watch as the worlds of artificial intelligence and improv comedy collide as ChatGPT’s creative and comedic abilities are put to the test in real-time. This show pairs AI with actual living improvisers. Together, they will collaborate in creating an improvised scene based on audience suggestions. Can AI understand and replicate human emotions? Will AI be able to make audiences laugh as well as a living, breathing human? Find out in LOLgorithm, running for just five performances as part of Improv Versus the Machine.
Cast: Adam Levine, Adina Lasser, Arie Rich, Bill Nelson, Elizabeth Cutler, Grace Campion, Hannah Piper, Jack Barnes, Kelsey Peters, Mikael Johnson, Neil Baron, Samiyyah Ali

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That’s So You
Meet That’s So You

"That’s sooo you!” You exclaim excitedly to a friend twirling and showing off their new favorite dress. (It has pockets!) Read More

Meet Nox!

Nox! holds a funhouse mirror up to today’s society. Read More