A program designed for Teens and Young Adults diagnosed with mild to moderate disabilities, particularly those with autism spectrum disorder. Connections uses improv theatre techniques to help students master creative thinking, listening, and social awareness and helps individuals develop a variety of social and communication skills in a fun and safe environment.
High School League
NCT uses improv comedy to teach teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership in addition to performance skills, while providing a forum for students to have fun in a wholesome, supportive environment.
An educational program, designed exclusively for seniors, that teaches improvisational acting techniques and skills to improve cognitive ability, foster brain health, broaden creative expression and help increase social interaction.
Accolades for Connections
“Last night after class, I watched my son engaged in telling a story to his partner. He used his whole body to reenact a scene. That might not seem like much to you, but he has had a story-telling goal on his IEP for years.
“Every member of my son’s team remarked on what a monumental improvement he has made in the area of spontaneous speech! We all attribute it to improv training. Nothing we’ve ever done has made this much of a difference. These skills are teachable and they really are transferable!”
“It’s the best intervention for kids with this learning profile I’ve ever seen.”
Speech & Language Pathologist – Excelsior Academy