πŸ§™β€β™‚οΈ Wizards vs. Viruses 🦠

Like all of our friends in the theater community, Merlin Works is taking the coronavirus with absolute seriousness. We want to do our part to flatten the curve and make this crisis as mild and brief as possible.

To that end, we’ll be delaying the start of our spring class session by two weeks, and re-evaluating as the situation unfolds.

We’re also working with our marvelous hostsβ€”the ZACH Theatre and Creative Actionβ€”to ensure our spaces are diligently clean when classes return.

And finally, everybody (including students, teachers, and audience members) will do our own part: washing hands obsessively, keeping distances (no high-fives for now πŸ˜•), and of course staying home if we’re high-risk or symptomatic.

We’ll get through this and be back to normal soon! Stay safe in the meantime, *try* not to touch your face, and 🧼 WASH YOUR HANDS πŸ‘

About Kevin

Kevin Miller is the Dean of the Merlin Works Institute for Improvisation. He has performed, coached, and taught improv in Austin, Texas for over 15 years.
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  1. Ann Hartley said:

    Whatever Kevin is teaching, I’ll sign up. He’s done his best, I’m still not funny.

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