Have Fun for FREE! Merlin Works Intro Class (Regular ol’ improv and singing improv!)

Free Intro to Improv
and Improv Singing 

Thursday, March 6th
7:30 – 10:00 PM
RSVP Here!
After all the icy gloom, why not start your spring off with a leap into something exciting and new?  Liven and brighten up your day with one of  Merlin Works free intros to improv classes! You’ll get a sample of Merlin Works’s style, while meeting adventurous new people just like you!The Free Intro to Improv & Improv Singing allows you to think faster on your feet, be more spontaneous, reconnect with your creativity, be more confident speaking in public and just have more fun!

In addition, Improv Singing allows you to get a taste of what it’s like to make up songs with a live musical improviser. It’s like karaoke, but you make up your own words!  You don’t need to be a great singer, you just need to enjoy singing.

RSVP today and greet spring with some pep in your step!

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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  1. I have a student who is only 13 or 14 years old in my 8th grade Theatre Arts Class. He is super funny, but needs to learn where his humor would be most accepted – on the stage! I was just wondering if this class would be ok for a young teen?

    • Karina said:

      Hi Vicki,

      I’m glad you’re interested in our improv class!

      Right now, the regular improv classes we offer are for 18 years and up, with a few exceptions for some mature 16 year olds. I refer people looking for improv classes for youth to the Youth classes and Shows at ZACH Theatre. http://zachtheatre.org/education.

      We have added a Family Improv course to our curriculum: https://merlin-works.com/family-improv-classes/. We’ll keep you on our mailing list to alert you to when we offer the Family Improv class. It’s a great way for parents to participate in the fun with their kids.

      Let ZACH know Merlin Works sent you and good luck!

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