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Applied improv and theatre programs to help grow social communication skills and adaptive thinking of youth through adults who are mildly-to-moderately affected by Autism and related conditions.

"Social understanding and effective communication are the foundation of success in so many aspects of daily living.  Autism Improvised offers a welcoming and playful space to practice and develop these communication skills through the magic of improv and theatre."  
                                                                                                              - Sandy Bruce, Founder & Executive Director

Sign up now for Spring classes!

More info? Call 770-573-0320 or email


Both of our transitions programs, Code Breakers and Bright Paths, are now registering for spring. We are delighted to bring Bright Paths back into our schedule after a 3-yr pandemic-induced hiatus. For those young adults who have completed the PEERS program and want to find a way to reinforce the skills learned, come to Code Breakers! Our CB director is PEERS-certified, and our own proprietary program is the perfect way to keep those skills sharpened. 


In person classes are continuing In East Cobb for middle schoolers, and in Roswell for middle and high school, and adults 18+.  We've had a lot of interest from the northern counties. With the addition of a wonderful new improv teacher, we are adding a teens Zoom class and an in-person teens class in the Cumming area. Both will be starting after spring break in April.


We will be continuing our Zoom Shenanigans classes for adults 18+. We've discovered to our delight that Zoom works well for our students, so we plan to continue offering these online classes indefinitely. This also allows us to meet new faces from all over.

We welcome newbies who want to join us after a class starts (Shenanigans improv classes only). Please contact us directly for details and to sign up.  

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