Those performers on Whose Line Is It Anyway
seem to be having just as much fun as the audience. Improv is a great way to exercise your creativity and practice thinking quickly on your feet. But more importantly, it's a great way to feel like a kid again, playing make-believe with all your friends. And what better place to test the waters of the improv comedy scene than at the theater The Washington Post
says produces "some of the most exciting live entertainment in Washington"? With this offer, you'll get to enroll in an introductory (1A) class during Washington Improv Theater's winter term. This means eight two-and-a-half-hour sessions where you and 11 other people play games, learn basic improv skills and build teamwork and trust. It's so much fun, you'll probably think of it less as class and more as recess.