We Broke Up + Kinfolklore +H3LLCAT

WIT's improv comedians turn an audience suggestion into a never-before-seen comedy show!


Saturday June 15, 2024
9:00 PM
General admission: $15 in advance (plus $2 service fee); Tickets to Friday night shows are All Access Passes. You may come and go between performances all night; for those who experience cost as a barrier, a limited number of affordable pricing tickets are available using the code AFFORDABLE

The Line-up

We Broke Up
Romance. Comedy. Nothing comedic about when that romance ends. But months later?
Cast: Jeff Bollen, Elaine Tinkelman

Kinfolk presents: Villain vs. Hero
Prepare for an electrifying showdown as Kinfolk, our all-Black improv troupe, brings you Villain vs. Hero’! In this high-energy and unpredictable show, watch as the 2024 FIST Champions embody the iconic archetypes of heroism and villainy, creating a dynamic battle of wits and wills right before your eyes.
Cast: Krystal Ali, Samiyyah Ali, Kendall Hollimon, Jamal Newman

Step into the shadows with Hellcat improv, an all-female identifying team, as they weave tales of terror and hilarity in the eerie world of horror! Watch as they transform audience suggestions into hauntingly funny scenes. From classic horror tropes to contemporary nightmares, no fright is too fearsome.
Cast: Krystal Ali, Sarah Baldwin, Kaelan Fleury, Devin Hiett, Liz Hoke, Melissa Gedney, Simonica Mendes, Clare Mulligan, Aubrey Peterson, Lori Pitts, Simone Webster, Steph Wilson

Tickets to Friday night shows are All Access Passes. You may come and go between performances all night.

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COVID safety

Masks are recommended, but not required for WIT shows. Learn more on our COVID Safety page.

Accessibility information

This performance will take place in the Milton Theatre on the second floor, reachable by stairs or elevator. Most seats in the Milton require the use of some stairs in the theater. The Milton has wheelchair- and scooter-accessible locations (reached by use of a platform lift) where patrons can remain in their wheelchairs or transfer to seats. Patrons requiring a wheelchair-accessible seat location should purchase a general admission ticket and then notify us by email at wit@witdc.org so that box office staff can be ready to assist or direct you. Please do not contact the Studio Theatre box office; they do not handle ticketing or seating for WIT performances. For more info on accessibility at Studio Theatre, see their accessibility page.

Title art by Tom Billings.

Meet Kinfolk

Grand rising beloved. Your skinfolk ain’t always your kinfolk, but this time we got lucky. Kinfolk rests at the nexus of when “you people” become “your people.” A mason-dixon line of interpersonal connection, but also not that at all. Read More