Unscripted Diagnosis + Moonstruck 2 + Uncle Gorgeous
Washington Improv Theater Presents - December 22, 2023
WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!
Unscripted Diagnosis: Some of the weirdest injuries occur when you are home for the holidays. This is your chance to experience the perfect blend of comedy and chaos. Our team of talented improvisers will have you in stitches as they take on the role of doctors, patients and family members with no script, just your stories and our wit. Cast: Krystal Ali, Samiyyah Ali, Erick Acuña, Neil Baron, David Brescia-Weiler, Caroline Chen, Tom Di Liberto, Patrick Fleury, Kristina Martinez, Ryan McCloskey, Kelsey Peters, Bethany Stokes, Elaine Tinkelman, Slli’m Williams
Moonstruck 2: The 2023 Fighting Improv Smackdown Tournament champions, Moonstruck 2 consists of four city gals, who know that sometimes you need to dance in front of the moonlight. Come *CHER* your favorite holiday movie quote, and watch them spin it into a show that’s fast, feminist, and fun. Cast: Jordana Mishory, Macey Schiff, Liz Sanders, Simone Webster
Uncle Gorgeous: Join Uncle Gorgeous for a heartwarming holiday-themed improv show that’s all about making cherished memories come alive! We’ll ask for a fond holiday memory involving a loved one, then delve into a brief interview to capture the essence of that special time. From there, get ready for a 25-minute silly super-cut of the highs, lows, hilarity, and beauty of existing in today’s world. The performers will feel like your favorite fun uncles when they improvise a feel-good comedy set based on your heartwarming holiday recollections, ensuring a night of laughter, nostalgia, and unscripted fun.
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