White Privilege Black Power + Poetic Resistance + Nox!

Spring is coming. And it will be epic at Washington Improv Theater.


Saturday May 25, 2019
7:30 PM
$15 in advance; $18 at the door ($12 for DCAC members—email wit@witdc.org for code)

DC Arts Center
2438 18th St. NW

During WIT’s Road Show at DC Arts Center, enjoy special productions like Day of Thrones (inspired by HBO’s Game of Thrones) and the romantic comedy Improv Actually. You’ll also experience WIT’s ensembles and the debuts of featured ensembles Lena Dunham, LIZARD GIRL, and Poetic Resistance.


White Privilege Black Power
It’s like 2 Dope Queens except one of the queens is a straight white male father businessman.
Cast: Eva Lewis, Greg Tindale
Poetic Resistance

A poet recites a social justice themed poem which serves as inspiration for our set. All the while a second poet is writing a poem live based on the show’s entirety. The second poet recites the new poem to conclude our show.

CastErick Acuña, Caroline Chen, Ceci De Robertis, Christina Floriza, MaryLauran Hall, J.J. Jackson, Salah Karaman, Richie Khanh, Krystal Ramseur, Ginnie Seger, Analia Gomez Vidal, Jason Walther


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:

DC Arts Center is a rented venue and the main entrance to the gallery requires patrons to enter through a front staircase. Entry to the black box requires walking down a second staircase. With 24 hours notice, WIT can arrange for patrons to be escorted through the rear alley and through the backstage area. Four small steps are required between the backstage and black box. DC Arts Center does not have any assisted listening devices. We encourage patrons who seek more information to contact us at wit@witdc.org or 202-204-7770.

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