The Miracle Project

Jan 12, 2018 by

 

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Thank you to everyone who donated to The Miracle Project as part of our end of year campaign! We raised over $20,000 to help sustain and grow our transformational program. Your generosity makes this program possible. If you have yet to make a donation, it is not too late to make 2018 a year of miracles. Please donate today at TheMiracleProject.org

“Accidental Activist” Jan. 22, Westside

The Jewish Women’s Theatre will be perforning a piece by and about Miracle Project Founder and Artistic Director Elaine Hall on Monday, Jan. 22  as part of their “Accidental Activist” salon series.  Half of the donations collected at the event, which will be at a private home in West L.A., will benefit The Miracle Project. Click here for tickets and information.
Now Enrolling!

The Miracle Project, the inclusive musical theater program that celebrates neurodiversity in the arts.
The Miracle Project and Kids Like Me present: Improv Mondays
4:00-5:15pm
Ages 7-22
Using improvisation, participants will rehearse for life by practicing real life situations in a fun, interactive, and inviting environment. Learn social skills and build self-confidence through play and self-expression!
Level 1/2 & Level 3/4
Contact Tracy Peters to enroll: tpeters@thehelpgroup.org 
Improv for Interaction
(Social skills class vendored by the Westside Regional Center)
Tuesdays
3:30-5:00pm
Ages 11-13
Using improvisation, participants will rehearse for life by practicing real life situations in a fun, interactive, and inviting environment. Learn social skills and build self-confidence through play and self-expression!
Limited enrollment
The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills
January 16th – June 19th
Contact Ryan Berman to enroll: ryan@themiracleproject.org 
The Miracle Project: Triple Threat
Tuesdays
4:45-6:00pm
Ages 13+
Enhance your skills and improve your technique in this musical theater class for all abilities. Beginners will find their voice, develop expressive and communication skills and enhance their unique strengths. Advanced performers will hone their skills in music, choreography and acting.
January 16th – April 24th
The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills
TMP Adult Program (with Jewish themes)
(Social skills class vendored by the Westside Regional Center)
Tuesdays
5:00-6:15pm
Ages 23-26
Sing, act, dance, and connect with other young adults while having fun in a creative, supportive environment. Participants will learn beginning expressive and performing arts skills while building communication, self-esteem, and body mastery skills.
The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills
January 16th – June 19th
Contact Ryan Berman to enroll: ryan@themiracleproject.org 
Improv for Interaction
Wednesdays
5:30-7:00pm
Ages 16+
Using improvisation, theater games, and role-play, students will ‘practice’ skills needed for positive social interaction, relationships and job skills.
Santa Monica, CA
January 24th – March 14th
Class is limited to 12 participants
Contact Ryan Berman to enroll: ryan@themiracleproject.org 
“This was a miracle for my child. He did things I haven’t seen him do before!” ~Parent

Subject of the HBO Emmy award winning documentary AUTISM: The Musical
For volunteer information, please contact Ryan
The Miracle Project incorporates a groundbreaking and evidence-based methodology that integrates theatre, film, and the expressive arts to bring out the best in individuals with autism and all abilities. Through shared experiences with non-disabled peers, individuals with autism and other disabilities find their voice, develop their talents and become part of a unique, dynamic, inclusive community.
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