Special guest: Bridgette Harwood, Co-Executive Director, Network for Victim Recovery of DC; Guest monologist Xavier Padin
October 9, 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
Bridgette Harwood is the co-executive director of the Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC). NVRDC works with their local communities to provide support and services for victims of all and any crime.
“His Perspective” Monologist
Xavier Padin has an actor’s heart, an improviser’s mind, and bones of steel. Xavier believes in improv, the trust in the human spirit that it fosters, the discovery (both internal and external) that it facilitates, and the humor it cultivates…he thinks you should believe in it too.
He joined the Washington Improv Theater community of student/performer/volunteers in the summer of 2010, the WIT faculty in 2011, and the Harold program in 2012. He was a member of the (the now gone) Gone Baby Gone and then in (the now gone but felt in spirit) Spirit Bear. Xavier joined the company ensemble Season Six in 2014 and could not be happier to perform with a cast of such supremely talented and supportive geniuses.
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