White Privilege, Black Power + Colossus + Love Onion with Tom Teasley

Interplay is unlike any improv show you've seen before! WIT's own improvisers create exciting mash-up performances with special guests from the worlds of music, puppetry, poetry, dance, and more!


Thursday June 14, 2018
7:30 PM
$15 in advance; $20 at the door

DC Arts Center
2438 18th St. NW

In addition to performances by our company ensembles and special guests, Interplay features a new artistic collaboration every week.

White Privilege, Black Power
In the thought-provoking show, Lewis (who is African-American) and Tindale (who is white) ask each other candid questions about race and perform scenes based on the responses.
Cast: Eva Lewis and Greg Tindale with special guest David Richman

Inspired by the name of a God given by the audience, Colossus creates a whole world before your very eyes.
Cast: Brandon Alston, Annie Barry, Saleh Karaman, Zach Mason, Reaves McElveen, Eva Lewis.

Tom Teasley
Tom Teasley, described in the Washington Post as “a multi-instrumental genius,” maintains a unique career as a solo percussionist, composer and collaborator. Tom collaborates with Love Onion to create a soundscape to their text.

General information:

  • Line-ups vary nightly. Please verify the performing acts on your individual curtain times.
  • For all shows, unclaimed tickets may be resold at curtain time. Late arrivals will be seated at WIT’s discretion.
  • DCAC Members: Please call DCAC for the member code at (202) 462-7833.

Accessibility information

  • Washington Improv Theater strives to ensure its shows are accessible to all audiences at our home stage at Source. However, our guest venue DC Arts Center is not accessible to wheelchair users and may be challenging to patrons with limited mobility.
  • If you have specific accessibility questions, please email us at wit@witdc.org.
Love Onion
Meet Love Onion

From afar, Love Onion looks like just another dirty root vegetable. But slice that baby open and you’ll find a loving heart surrounded by an emotional support system of vitamin C, calcium and iron. And that's a fact. Read More