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2017 SPRING CLASSES Download PDF of Prism Schedule
Commencing March 25 for 8 weeks
Final performance May 21.
To enrol call 317 522 8099
$25.00 session. Scholarships available
Theatre is for everyone. We mean it!
Our newest, most exciting partnership is with Ball State University. The Prism project uses theatre as a medium to train children on the autism spectrum and with other disabilities in the art of social relationships. In doing so, the children gain self-confidence, develop friendships and take critical steps toward more independence.
This program will also provide a welcome respite for families stressed by the responsibilities of caring for children with exceptionalities. IndyFringe will provide a drive-through, one-stop, drop off and pick up service for families, confident their children are in the safe hands of specialist staff in a fully ADA accessible theatre complex.
This is unique to any program for children with special needs.
IndyFringe Complex, 719E St Clair Street, 46202
Cost : $25 per session
To Enroll or need more information contact:
Phone 317 522 8099
Ball State Prism Project: For the past nine years, The Ball State Prism Project has used a sustainable, research-driven model in the performing arts to explore and develop appropriate social skills and lasting relationships for children challenged with special needs. Our partnership will provide us with the tools and management resources that will
Enable us to sustain the program for years to come. Other successful Prism Projects are in Louisiana and Iowa.
Proud supporters of The Prism Project Impact 100 – The Power of Women Giving as One
The Emily Fund
Katrina and Frank Basile
Mr & Mrs Thomas Maurath
Jan White in honor of Summer White Lynch