The L Words + The Broken Bones + Hellcat

WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!


Friday September 15, 2023
9:30 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

Guest acts

The L Words

We start our show with a short interview from the audience about a piece of gossip/drama, and then perform a grounded base group scene that inspires our wacky, gay montage — which always features The L Word’s core essence: talking, laughing, loving, breathing fighting, f**king, crying, drinking, riding, winning, losing, cheating, kissing, thinking, and dreaming. Cast: Krystal Ali, Samiyyah Ali, Madeline Dozier, Devin Hiett, Liz Hoke, Rae Lang, Clare Mulligan, Renan Snowden

The Broken Bones

What’s your gnarliest injury story? We’ve all been hurt, perhaps by a hidden patch of ice, a sick collision while scoring the winning goal, or a very public breakup at your 28th birthday party. The Broken Bones will interview an audience member about an injury—be it physical, emotional, or other—and we will all heal together through comedy. They have been featured by The Washington Post, NPR, and Comedy Central, as well as comedy festivals around the US and Europe. Find them on Instagram @brokenbonesdc. Cast: Darnell Eaton, Erick Acuña Pereda, Eva Lewis, Geoff Corey, Kelsey Peters, Kristina Martinez, Neil Baron, Madeline Dozier


In “Hellcat: Bad Girls of Improv,” WIT’s all-women ensemble draws inspiration from an audience story about a time they (or someone they know) did something bad… and got away with it! The team will explore all of the completely reasonable reasons behind the story and all of the fun in the aftermath. Cast: Clare Mulligan, Kaelan Sullivan Fleury, Krystal Ali, Liz Hoke, Lori Pitts, Melissa Gedney, Simone Webster, Steph Wilson. Coached by: Macey Schiff

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