Unhinged + Sic Hoc Verum Est. . . + Sistine Robot + Madeline
Washington Improv Theater Presents - December 17, 2023
WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!
Unhinged: These two seasoned players can’t get enough of your wild and wacky dating app stories. Unhinged uses the audience’s most memorable dating app anecdotes from past holiday seasons (mistletoe mishaps? menorah mayhem? we want to hear all of it) to inspire a whimsical, upbeat, and joyful performance. Love may be a battlefield (ain’t that the truth, Ms. Benatar) but if we can find the humor, then we’re winning… right? Right. Cast: Elizabeth Cutler and Samantha Watson
Sic Hoc Verum Est. . .: Two real-life attorneys and one real-life communications professional give you a chance to let your holiday-related disputes have their day in court, with Court TV coverage! It may sound ridiculous to others, but your holiday-related dispute will get vigorous representation in court just like any other dispute, and in Sic Hoc Verum Est style, the action will flash back to uncover the hidden story behind the dispute, because under the legal dispute, there’s always a story! Cast: Jason Fliegel, Jennifer Hyman, Aimee Lee Savage
Sistine Robot: We’re proof that robots CAN learn to love. Cast: Paul Hitlin, Mikael Johnson, Jonathan Murphy, Joe Randazzo, Sara Rouhi, Kate Symes, Elise Webb
Madeline: Company ensemble, Madeline is nervy, flirty, and worthy—onstage and off! Their performances begin with a story delivered by a fascinating member of the DC community that inspires these talented improvisers to deliver a laugh-packed comedy show. Whether you’re looking for naughty, nice, or niche this holiday season, you’ll be captivated by Madeline, whose critically-acclaimed shows have been described as hilarious, a “tad horny for my taste,” and last but not least, “completely inappropriate for people who aren’t fun.”
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