Thursday, December 5, 2013

Free WIT improv workshops today and Monday in the neighborhood

If you'd like to try something new, the Washington Improv Theater (WIT) is holding a series of free improv workshops in the neighborhood. The next ones are tonight and on Monday from 7-9 pm at CentroNia, 1420 Columbia Rd NW.

I've taken some WIT classes in the past and they were a lot fun -- they're more focused on long form improv, which is more character based, rather than games and things (short form, like you see on Whose Line is it Anyway?) The full classes cost money though, so these workshops are a good way to try it for yourself and see how you like it.

Here's more from their registration site (linked above)

December Free Intro to Improv Workshops!
WIT's Intro to Improv Workshops are low-stress, one-time, 2-hr classes focused on creativity, communications, and teamwork. They are taught by our enthusiastic and professional instructors who establish a fun and trusting atmosphere.
Improv is a way to use your creativity, meet adventurous new people, and escape everything with a couple of hours of laughing. Dip your toe into the improv pool this November!

Signing up is easy:
STEP ONE: Pick a date above that works for you to register for your FREE improv workshop. 
STEP TWO: Write down the location and your chosen time, because once you sign up you are totally registered and we'll be expecting you.
STEP THREE: Come to the workshop and have a blast.

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