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Thank you for registering for the Adults with Autism class at Seattle Rep! Classes are Tuesdays 6-8 p.m., October 25-November 15 at Seattle Rep. Enter at the “Stagedoor” on 540 Warren Ave N, Seattle WA 98109. Contact Nabra at nabra.nelson@seattlerep.org or 206-973-1243 for questions.

We also encourage you to check out our Sensory Friendly performances, with the first one coming up on December 10 at 2pm for Mr. Dickens and his Carol. Get your tickets here.

Objectives

At the completion of this program, the student will be able to:

  1. Enhance their ability to verbally and nonverbally communicate in common, socially interactive settings.
  2. Use traditional acting methodologies which will help students to discover social goals, recognize social obstacles, use communicative tactics, and arrive at realistic expectations in order to cognitively lead the student outside of themselves and into the dramatic world of the script and the dramatic world of society.
  3. Approach and competently handle various interpersonal scenarios which will be encountered throughout their lives.

 

Curriculum Copyright: © 2019 Michael Schraeder, Director of KD Conservatory College of Film and Dramatic Arts, Dallas, TX, with the support of Trinity Rivers Arts Center (TRAC)