The Intimidation Game
The Miracle Project created an anti-bullying musical called “The Intimidation Game” during the 2014-2015 season.
In 2016, The Miracle Project workshopped, rehearsed, and performed “The Intimidation Game” at The Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. The cast was comprised of individuals with and without disabilities who performed the play to four sold out audiences, including a performance for a Hollywood Middle School.
“The Intimidation Game” is an original anti-bullying musical. This fully inclusive program features teens and young adults with and without autism and other disabilities in the performance. Inspired by the personal stories of the participants, the show is about the challenges facing the new student as he tries to find his way in a high school full of cliques and quick judgments about who fits in and who doesn’t. The musical aims to help others understand autism and neurological differences and to teach tolerance, compassion, inclusion, and anti-bullying. Funding provided in part by a generous grant from the Madeline and Mandell H. Berman Foundation.
Want to read more about “The Intimidation Game”?
Check out these articles:
The Jewish Journal: Anti-Bullying: The Musical
Beverly Hills Weekly: Wallis Education Programs Promote Anti-Bullying, Raise Awareness About Autism