Special guest: Laura Lee, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center; Guest monologist Mark Chalfant
September 26, 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
Laura Lee is a special assistant to the deputy director for clinical care at the National Institute of Health’s Clinical Center. Lee, above all else, is focused on patient safety. The content of her research ranges from safety in hospitals, to suicide-screening questions. With Laura Lee as our cover girl audiences have every reason to feel safe.
“His Perspective” Monologist
Mark Chalfant has been playing gleefully with WIT since helping re-found the company in 1997.
Mark has performed and directed over 20 ensemble projects with WIT over his 15-year engagement with the company. Mark has played in WIT Mainstage, onesixtyone, POTUS Among Us, Lore, multiple renditions of Seasonal Disorder, Die!Die!Die!, and the Neutrino Video Project; and duoprov shows SHAME, Misfit Toys, and We Should Talk, among others. He is a founding member of iMusical, and has performed in every iMusical show!
- 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
- Other questions? Check out our general FAQ