Miracle Project Singers Perform At The United Nations The Miracle Project founder Elaine Hall and singer Spencer Harte talked to Sandra Mitchell about the experience on the KCAL 9 news.
Oak Park Holds Unity Rally To Fight Bigotry, Hate Crimes – The Miracle Project Performs
The Miracle Project Live! performed at the Friendship Circle’s Conejo Valley Unity Walk on March 26, 2017. See clips of the performance here:
For World Autism Awareness Day, The Miracle Project brought Opera singer, Spencer Harte, to the United Nations to show the world her talent! We are extremely proud of Spencer Harte who has been with The Miracle Project for more than 8 years.
Brown University and the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation for Adult Autism Announce New Endowment Fund for the Arts
Brown University receives endowment from The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation to train others in The Miracle Project methodology!!!!
The Miracle Project is honored to be selected by Brown University to begin The Miracle Project training program supported by the The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation endowment fund! BROWN UNIVERSITY AND THE DANIEL JORDAN FIDDLE FOUNDATION FOR […]
by Michelle K. Wolf
Where will you sit at lunch?” Anyone who is now or has ever been a high school student can relate to that question.
I remember well the cliques from my high school in Southern California many years ago. We had the “jocks,” the “drama kids,” “the “stoners” and the “nerds,” to […]
All-Abilities Performance Troupe Brings New Anti-Bullying Musical to the Wallis
Members of The Miracle Project at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
by NADRA NITTLE
When Elaine Hall discovered 20 years ago that her toddler had autism, she didn’t try to get him to conform to the rest of the world. Instead, […]
Young Actors Take On Bullying With ‘The Intimidation Game’
By Christina Elston
While autism now impacts about one in 68 kids, bullying is pretty much universal. So a unique group of young actors are doing something about it in their own special way.
The Miracle Project has been helping kids […]
The Miracle Project, a performing arts nonprofit for all abilities and disabilities, is partnering with the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to present two education programs: the Intimidation Game and the Miracle Project Live!
Launched earlier this year, the collabo- ration offers fully inclusive performing arts workshops that culminate in public performances at […]
The Miracle Project, a performing arts nonprofit for all abilities and disabilities, is partnering with the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to present two education programs, The Miracle Project Live! and The Intimidation Game. The collaboration, which launched on Jan. 11, offers fully inclusive performing arts workshops that culminate in public performances at The Wallis […]
The Miracle Project is proud to announce our partnership with the prestigious Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.
We will begin with two new programs:
The Intimidation Game:
THE INTIMIDATION GAME January 19 – May 17, 2016 Created by The Miracle Project Staff and Teens and Young Adults with and without disabilities […]