In January 2007, Cindy Schneider opened
the doors to the Acting Antics Art Center
and ever since has been providing music
and theater programming for youngsters of
all ages and ability levels. Schneider's book,
Teens with Asperger Syndrome, was also
published that year.
ACTING ANTICS is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to providing socialization opportunities through theatre and music to those with a diagnosis on the Autism Spectrum and other social cognition needs.
A special educator by trade and highly skilled thespian, Cindy Schneider, experimented with offering theater workshops for youth on the autism spectrum and found them to be natural actors.
The response to initial theater workshops in the year 2000 was so positive that over the next several years she began to build a theater program specifically for children on the autism spectrum. She operated out of YMCAs, county recreation programs, or wherever she could find a space.
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Our 2019 Fall Session is here! Read about all of our different programs for kids, teens, and adults, including
• Movin' & Groovin'
• Acting and Improvisation
• Social Nights
And of course our On The Road program that brings the fun right to your door!