76°Mostly Cloudy

Washington Improv Theater Brings ‘Summer Love’ to DC Arts Center

by Tim Regan — June 5, 2015 at 3:00 pm 0

Washington Improv Theater will perform the first show in its “Summer Love” series tonight at the DC Center for Arts in Adams Morgan.

Each weekend this month, one of the theater’s five improv ensembles will perform two shows per night on Friday and Saturday. The first show starts at 7:30 p.m., and the second show starts at 10 p.m.

The shows will be driven by audience prompts and improv games, says WIT artistic director Mark Chalfant. But don’t worry about being snatched from your seat and taken onstage, he adds.

“We’re not looking to embarrass anybody,” says Chalfant.

There will also be guest performances by an all-gay improv team, Ugh, as well as one of D.C.’s longest-running improv teams, The Lodge.

Leave a Comment

* Required fields

×

Subscribe to our mailing list