The Broken Bones + Runaway Train + ICDC
February 2, 2020
One intimate stage—limitless possibilities. WIT runs wild at DC Arts Center all January long.
WIT’s latest engagement at DC Arts Centers finds our company ensembles performing alongside our featured ensembles and special guests.
The line-up changes every night and no performance is ever the same.
Runaway Train looks at the importance we have on one another by exploring what life would be like depending on who was in the room.
Cast: Michael Alvino, Geoff Corey, Nina Hsu, Nic Small, Lauren Woody
A show based on an interview of a DC-based guest. We talk to someone who is a creative person in any field (the arts, science, social justice, politics, journalism, gastronomy; among others), and ask them about their stories in Washington, DC.
Guest: Rose Jaffe is a visual artist, with mediums spanning mural painting, ceramics, printmaking and digital illustration. Born and raised in the nation’s capital, Rose loves calling Washington, D.C. home. She has painted over thirty murals nationally and internationally, including over 20 in D.C. Her art has been featured in over twelve publications, including the Washington Post and City Paper as well as NBC, CNN, and Channel 9 among others. www.rosejaffe.com
Cast: Erick Acuña, Mary Lauran Hall, Olivia Martinez, Patrick Murray, Colin Murchie, Jonathan Murphy, Kelsey Peters, Liz Sanders
Interviewer: Mark Chalfant
Producers: Mark Chalfant / Erick Acuña
- Line-ups vary nightly. Please verify the performing acts on your individual curtain times.
- For all shows, unclaimed tickets may be resold at curtain time. Late arrivals will be seated at WIT’s discretion.
- DCAC Members: Please call DCAC for the member code at (202) 462-7833.
DC Arts Center is a rented venue and the main entrance to the gallery requires patrons to enter through a front staircase. Entry to the black box requires walking down a second staircase. With 24 hours notice, WIT can arrange for patrons to be escorted through the rear alley and through the backstage area. Four small steps are required between the backstage and black box. DC Arts Center does not have any assisted listening devices. We encourage patrons who seek more information to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-204-7770.