Autism: The Musical



Please join us for

Autism: The Musical

Special Film Screening

Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 7:00pm

"As riveting as it is revelatory" - Variety

An Emmy-award winning documentary about the struggles and triumphs in one woman's optimistic pledge to lead a group of children with autism in defying diagnosed expectations by writing, rehearsing and performing their own full-length musical. The film's message is one of tolerance and hope, a testament to the value of the human spirit.

To celebrate Inclusion Awareness Month, we are joining together to offer this special screening of an incredible film. Come, laugh, cry, and be inspired.

A Q & A "Where Are They Now?" with stars of the film, including Elaine Hall, founder of the Miracle Project documented in the film, mother of a son with nonverbal autism, and director of the Vista Inspire program at Vista Del Mar, will follow the screening.

No charge. Limited seating.

Call 310-836-1223 ext. 322 to RSVP

Free underground parking. 

Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.

Program sponsors:








Sign Up for E-News

Connect with the Museum

Instagram  Facebook Twitter



Should legislators heed student activists' demands and pass more effective gun control laws?