Aaron Feinstein (Executive Director & Founder) Aaron Feinstein is an educator, theater and film director, author, and entrepreneur. Aaron has created staff training modules and original curriculum to respectfully invite people with autism and disabilities at The Brooklyn Museum and The Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and has trained hundreds of leaders, teachers, artists, museum and cultural administrators, and professionals in Actionplay’s ACT series model for inviting guests on the autism spectrum. Aaron is the creator of the AIMS inclusive improvisational musical comedy workshop program, and the Actionplay Chorus that was featured on the HBO and Comedy Central Broadcast of Night of Too Many Stars.
Aaron was the co-director of The Miracle Project pilot program with Elaine Hall, and has directed The Miracle Project New York’s inclusive theatre and music programming at the 92nd Street Y, Rebecca School, Celebrate the Children, and Educational Alliance among many other leading schools, arts, and performance institutions. The Miracle Project was the subject of the 2006 HBO 2-Time Emmy Award Winning Documentary: “Autism: The Musical.”
Aaron was the co-director of The Miracle Project pilot program with Elaine Hall, and has directed The Miracle Project New York’s inclusive theatre and music programming at the 92nd Street Y, Rebecca School, and Educational Alliance among many other leading schools, arts, and performance institutions.
Aaron has presented nationally at the United Nations, NYC Department of Education, NYU Forum on Educational Theater, Wonderplay, Arts in Education Roundtable, The Voice Foundation, Museum Access Consortium, and ICDL, among many others – and is the published author of several books, articles and journals focused on changing the stigmas surrounding disability. He is currently directing the documentary film Ken and Alex (Big Daddy Autism) about the unconditional love of a father and his non-speaking son on the autism spectrum living in NYC.