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Actionplay is Striving to Build a More Inclusive World!

Actionplay is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing children, teens, and adults on the autism spectrum and related conditions equal access to education, arts, and culture. Actionplay’s creative and compassionate learning environments, professional development, and training modules teach respectful ways of inviting people on the autism spectrum to experience education, arts, and culture. All Actionplay programs are open to the general public.

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Action-Improv Musical Series (AIMS)

Actionplay’s signature program open to the general public is an inclusive improvisational music and theatre residency for teens and adults on the autism spectrum and with related conditions. Led by theatre director Aaron Feinstein and Music Therapist Gabriel Lit, the group creates original pieces about the unique interests and passions of our performers in a supportive space. Inspired by the work of Elaine Hall and The Miracle Project ,™ The Miracle Project New York, DIRFloortime™ developmental approach, and Nordoff Robbins™ music therapy, the goal of this program is to encourage greater confidence and increase communication and social skills. In 2017-2018, Actionplay is offering this program at many sites, including ART NY, the Center for All Abilities, and Ohel Bais Ezra.

Other Popular Programs

Upcoming Events!

Actionplay at the Brooklyn Public Library
Actionplay Live and On Screen at the Brooklyn Public Library
November 17, 2018 10:00 am
Central Library, Dweck Theater - 10 Grand Army Plaza
Actionplay at Sheen Center
Actionplay Spring Show at the Sheen Center Loreto Theater
Sheen Center Loreto Theater - Date & Time to be announced
Actionplay and Reelabilities
Actionplay Chorus at Reelabilities
Reelabilities - Date & Time - To be announced


Here you can review some statistics about Actionplay’s programs and outreach.

People Performed For
Professionals Trained in Actionplay's Inclusive Model
Directly Served Individuals on The Autism Spectrum
Actionplay in Law & Order SVU
Actionplay participant Conor Tague is playing “Cody Hill” on Law and Order SVU

Actionplay participant Conor Tague is playing “Cody Hill” on Law and Order SVU on NBC, This Wednesday 1/10 at 9:00pm. The name of the episode of “Pathological” Actionplay received and put forth Conor for the audition request, and he won the part. Actionplay will be teaching auditoning technique via our Audition Workshop!

Actionplay Chorus Performs Original “Colossus” w/ Greenwich Village Orchestra

The Actionplay Chorus performed at The Greenwich Village Orchestra’s annual Holiday Concert for children: Together in Music. This is the choruses 3rd year of performing with the Orchestra, and they performed an original devised theatrical production of Peter and the Wolf, and their original song “Colossus” arranged for the orchestra by Gabriel Lit

Night of too many stars - Jodi DiPiazza
The Actionplay Chorus on Night of Too Many Stars

The Actionplay Chorus received a standing ovation on HBO’s Night of Too Many Stars performing the song “Rise Up” with Cynthia Erivio and Jodi DiPiazza.

Lincoln Center
Actionplay Provides Staff Training for Careers in The Arts

Actionplay provides staff training for a group of young people on the autism spectrum to pursue career in the arts at Lincoln Center. 

Sesame Street Asks Our Actors Questions

Sesame Street asks What do you want kids to know about autism? What makes you amazing? What is your favorite thing? What Do You Want Kids To Know About Autism?

We Don’t Want To Fit In – By The Actionplay Chorus

Made up of a group of young performers on the autism spectrum, and led by Music Therapist Gabriel Lit, the Actionplay Chorus performs their own original music in professional settings.

Creativity and Community among Autism-Spectrum Youth

Our Founder of Actionplay recently wrote a chapter about Actionplay and our inclusive AIMS program in the book Creativity and Community Among Autism Spectrum Youth. It features insights into Actionplay’s unique methodology and pedagogy, and the revolutionary practice of performing as an inclusive community.

American Theatre Performance
Actionplay featured in American Theatre Article on Inclusive Theatre Practices.

How do we engage with community members who may not feel welcome at the theatre? How do we create work that’s relevant to them? How can we make a positive impact on their lives?


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