Improvisation theater course for young people with autism from
March 12 to July 2; every Sunday on stage.
Improvisational theater is a form of theater in which no script is used. Nevertheless, it is based on a number of strategies that are very applicable for increasing the social flexibility of young people with autism. From being able to quickly build on each other’s ideas, to responding to the acted emotions of the other, improvisation skills are just as applicable in everyday life.
InterActing lets young people with autism experience how to break free from their routines and rituals through improvisational theater in order to face the ever-changing world with confidence.
Visit the Interacting.amsterdam website for more information.
Or call Saskia Maas directly on 06-53671652.