InterActing is a non-profit organization that enhances the social skills and flexibility of teenagers with autism through improvisational theater. The theaterschool is a safe meeting place where participants playfully work on social interactions, while having fun and laughing. (more…)
Read the original article in the Telegraaf (in Dutch) here.
For some kids with autism, carrying a conversation or going to school can be a real challenge, but at theater school Inter-Acting a group of twenty teenagers is willing to face the ultimate challenge: going up on stage, improvising, and telling jokes. Co-founder Saskia Maas, also the CEO of comedy collective Boom Chicago, even saw her own son glow up through this special project. (more…)
The proceeds of Boom Chicago’s anniversary events at Carré will go to InterActing. Book your last available tickets on Carré’s website.
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