Uncle Gorgeous + Beat the Bot

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


Saturday March 30, 2024
7:00 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


Uncle Gorgeous
Embark on a delightful journey with Uncle Gorgeous as we celebrate the charm of vintage technology! We’ll ask for your favorite piece of old-school tech, then delve into a brief interview to capture the essence of its nostalgic allure. Brace yourself for a 25-minute whimsical supercut of the highs, lows, hilarity, beauty, and of course, scandal of existing in today’s world. The performers will feel like your favorite fun uncles when they improvise a feel-good comedy set full of reminiscence and unscripted fun.
Cast: Samiyyah Ali, Joey Breems, Jessie Cali, Tom Di Liberto, Madeline Dozier, Mikail Faalasli, Rae Lang, Kristina Martinez, Ryan McCloskey, Jordana Mishory, Jamal Newman, Kelsey Peters

Beat the Bot
With a cast of DC’s sharpest improvisers, Beat the Bot serves as a Turing Test for comedy, exploring the boundaries between idea generation and creative inspiration. What does it say about our collective taste that media is formulaic enough to be generated by a robot? Can we control the destiny of art and media in the age of AI? Do we have what it takes to Beat the Bot?                   Cast: Abigail Fu, Cale Harper, Carly Kraybill, Catherine Mullins, Chris Orvin, Devin Hiett, Eddison Wilkinson, Erick Acuña, Eva Lewis, Jonah Gordon, Katie Munn, Kristina Martinez, Lauren Gabel, Macey Schiff, Nora Dell, Stephanie Wester, Timothy Montgomery

Created and directed by Cale Harper and Nora Dell.

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Accessibility information

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Uncle Gorgeous
Meet Uncle Gorgeous

Uncle Gorgeous will make you "forget the obvious and embrace the absurd." Read More