Imagining Madoff Closes Sunday; Fall Into WIT Running at Source

by September 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm 1,353 0

Source Theater, Washington Improv Theater, Fall Into WIT

“Fall Into WIT” runs through October 8 at the Source on 14th Street NW. (Image courtesy Washington Improv Theater)

You can catch shows at three of the five Borderstan-area theaters. If you want to catch Imagining Madoff, you have only a few days left — the Theater J show closes this Sunday, September 25.

On 14th Street, Fall Into WIT is running through October 8 at the Source — a great opportunity to see the Washington Improv Theater in action.

Full details for these two theaters plus the Keegan Theatre, Lincoln Theatre and the Studio Theatre below.

Keegan Theatre at Church Street at 1742 Church Street NW

  • The Crucible opens October 22 and runs through November 19. Overview: “Arthur Miller’s classic portrait of one man’s struggle toward grace is set in the scorching context of the 17th-Century Salem witch trials.” (Keegan)

Lincoln Theatre at 1215 U Street NW

Source at 1835 14th Street NW

  • The Washington Improv Theater presents Fall Into WIT through October 8. Shows are Tuesdays through Saturdays at 8 pm; second shows Fridays and Saturdays at 9:30 pm. Overview: “The sky is falling! Or is it the Dow? …Average earnings? Let’s see the bright side, folks: falling is fun! Wind in your hair, adrenaline pumping, and screaming like you just don’t care. In that same spirit we present Fall Into WIT, our autumn show series.” (WIT)
  • Every Tuesday night at the Source is Harold Night! with the Washington Improv Theater. Overview: “Each week is a demonstration, celebration and experiment in the world-famous improv longform, Harold. It starts with an audience suggestion and explores whatever themes emerge through a series of scenes. All of the action is brought to life by WIT’s own Harold Teams right before your eyes.” (WIT)

Studio Theatre at 1501 14th Street NW

  • The Habit of Art runs through October 16. Overview: “Wistful and filthily funny, the latest play from the award-winning writer of The History Boys examines creativity, desire, and the tenacity of the artistic spirit.” (Studio)
  • Lungs opens Wednesday, September 28. Overview: “A couple negotiates sex, parenthood, and responsibilities large and small in Duncan Macmillan’s intimate drama about chance, change, and consequence.” (Studio Theatre)

Theater J at 1529 16th Street NW

  • Imagining Madoff closes Sunday, September 25. Overview: “Unrepentant Ponzi-schemer Bernard Madoff sets the record straight from his prison cell, recounting an all-night study session with Holocaust survivor, poet and investment client, Solomon Galkin.” (Theater J)


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