Get the Family together for the FREE Merlin Works Improv Mixer!

Saturday, Nov. 2nd
2:00-4:00 pm
The Long Center
We all know kids love to play! The big secret is grown ups like to play too! Let’s all play together at the Merlin Works Mixer! Everyone ages 6 and up are welcome to play along!

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!

Even more, we have themed mixers to tie-in with the exciting programming at The Long Center. Make plans to head to the Long Center Sunday, October 27, for a special Austin Symphony’s Orchestra 2013 Halloween Children’s concert!

Help haunt Long Center’s Dell Hall as Austin Symphony Orchestra presents its annual Halloween Children’s Concert, featuring mind-chilling songs that are entertaining for all ages! The entire family is encouraged to join in on the fun and dress to impress in their favorite costumes while attending a concert full of “boo-tiful” music. Children’s tickets are $8.

Music, Halloween, costumes and improv. With great events like this, it’s too much fun to miss!

RSVP here or on our Facebook event page and come along to The Long Center on Sunday, November 2, 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!

LOCATION: The Long Center for the Performing Arts AT&T Education Room701 West Riverside Drive (at the corner of S. 1st Street) Parking info

About Karina

Karina Dominguez is the registrar and assistant to the Dean of Merlin Works Institute of Improvisation. She graduated from the Merlin Works program in December 2011 with three performances of "The Amazing Improvised Race." She is a full-time actor with commercial credits such as Burger King, Ford, Totino's, H-E-B and various departments for the State of Texas. She was last seen in the opening episode of the second season of "American Crime", and as the welcome video ranger in the second season of HBO's "The Leftovers", and as Helah in the first season of "The Chosen". She also performs on-stage in various Austin, TX plays including for Capital T Theatre, The Vortex, Vestige Group, Pollyanna Theater among others.

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