You’ve never seen improv like this before: Washington Improv Theater’s Interplay series features dynamic artistic mash-ups between WIT’s own improvisers and artists from the worlds of music, dance, poetry, puppetry and more.
Each mash-up will take a different shape and every show will be completely different (it’s improv, after all). Interplay also features the debut of WIT’s original show In Lieu of Flowers.
What are these collaborations?
- All-female ensemble Hellcat mashes up with artists from Super Art Fight, a group that blends visual arts with the theatrics of professional wrestling.
- Long-running WIT team Commonwealth improvises off the tales of storytellers from Story District
- Eccentric ensemble Love Onion gets physical during an improv collaboration with a four-piece dance ensemble
Interplay will also feature collaborators like The Puppet Co., percussionist Tom Teasley, as well as poets like 13 of Nazareth and John MacDonald.
Improvised Funeral In Lieu of Flowers Makes World Premiere
Interplay also includes the debut of In Lieu of Flowers, an improvised funeral based on an audience member interview.
“Until Elon Musk defeats time itself, we’re going to experience the deaths of people we love and ultimately, our own deaths. I think comedy is the perfect way to have this conversation,” said co-director Lura Barber.
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