Improv Schools in Washington, DC

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General Assembly

in Globeville
10 E 21st St 3rd Fl, New York, New York 10010

General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. What began as a co-working space in 2011 has since grown into a global learning experience...

Theatre Lab

in Penn Quarter
733 8th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Founded in 1992, The Theatre Lab is Washington, D.C.’s largest and most comprehensive independent, nonprofit school for the dramatic arts. Our mission is to transform lives through theatre. We work to make the real-life benefits of theatre training accessible to all regardless of age, income, or experience level. Read about our history. Through...

Washington Improv Theater

in Columbia Heights
1835 14th St NW,, Washington, District of Columbia 20009

Washington Improv Theater is the District's premier destination for longform improv. For more than 17 years, our mission has been to unleash the creative power of improv in Washington, DC. We engage audiences with performances that exhilarate and inspire. We ignite the spirit of play in Washington with a revolutionary training program. We create a...

Dojo Comedy

in Park View
3503 Georgia Ave NW , Washington, District of Columbia 20010

Dojo Comedy provides instruction, practice, and demonstration of comedy in Washington, D.C. and the surrounding area.   Dojo Comedy provides a jolt of comedic energy to the comedy scene in DC. Dojo's classes push leading philosophy and theory on improv and sketch comedy, bringing new thoughts, methods, tools, and skills to Washington students....

The DC Improv

in Downtown, Washington, D.C.
1140 Connecticut Av NW , Washington, District of Columbia 20036

Improv comedy clubs have been recognized as the nation's premiere comedy venues -- and that's not just a brilliant marketing scheme. Founded by Budd Friedman, The Improv first opened in New York City in 1963. It was built as a venue for aspiring comedians to practice their craft in front of both the public and the entertainment industry. The club's...