The Improv Mixer is Back — Now at The Long Center!

Saturday, March 2nd
The Long Center
You’ve heard right! The famous Merlin Works Mixers are back! And we are at a brand new premiere venue–The Long Center for the Performing Arts!

For those of you who don’t know or need a refresher, the Merlin Works Improv Mixer is a low-pressure jam where you can meet, mingle, practice and play with talented improvisers from all over town. The Mixer is a great place for beginners to rehearse and perform and for experienced improvisers to promote their coaching skills. With our new home at the AT&T Education Room at The Long Center, it’s also a great chance to share the joy of improv with the Greater Austin community. And, as always, it’s FREE!

And even more, we have themed mixers to tie-in with the exciting programming at The Long Center! In conjunction with ERTH: A Dino Petting Zoo (Feb 26 – March 3rd) and One Man Star Wars Trilogy (Feb 26 – March 3rd), month’s theme is: Science Fiction. So get ready to make up entirely new scenes in outer space, laboratories, and the subtly different near future.

RSVP now and come along to The Long Center on March 2nd to experience the get to play with other Austin improvisers and fine tune the craft you’ve got going on. Anyone can come to play or just come to watch– so come on!

NEW LOCATION: The Long Center for the Performing Arts AT&T Education Room

701 West Riverside Drive (at the corner of S. 1st Street) Parking info

First Saturdays 2pm – 4pm

  • Saturday March 2nd
  • Saturday April 6th
  • Saturday May 4th
  • Saturday June 1st
  • Saturday July 6th
  • Saturday August 3rd
  • Saturday September 7th

About Shana Merlin

Merlin Works is the brainchild of Shana Merlin: improviser, teacher, and performer. Since 1996, she’s been leading classes that stretch people’s imaginations, push them out of their comfort zones, and make them laugh out loud for hours at a time.

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