A Child Left Behind

A play about autism, education & every child's first teacher

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“....Thank you for performing your play, A Child Left Behind, for our professional development series at the university. It was informative for our special education students as they prepare to work with students on the spectrum and their families. Your passionate perspective and ability to connect with the audience made this a compelling experience. We strive to help students make the connection from theory to practice and this was a valuable opportunity for them to reflect on what that means professionally and personally. Our faculty reported that they used the play to also address important issues related to both special education and low socio-economic challenges. We truly appreciated the opportunity to work with you and provide this exceptional experience for our students and faculty....”

Dr. Shirley Resich

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Teach the Spectrum
Teach the Spectrum

Teach the Spectrum is focused on providing autism support, staff development and training for those on, around and supporting the autism community.

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Samuel French Bookstore
Samuel French Bookstore

Alan has performed A Child Left Behind at not only theaters and colleges but medical centers, libraries, and bookstores. For information on how to bring A Child Left Behind to your community, contact Alan at the email below.

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"A play that should be seen by all.."

- WILL CALL

"Compelling... Aymie proves first rate!" - LA TIMES

I wrote and performed my critically-acclaimed solo play A Child Left Behind for the first time as a fundraiser for Generation Rescue.  Since then, I have taken this show about education, autism and every child's first teacher, across the country to promote Autism Awareness. 

Every single April: theaters, libraries, colleges, medical centers - wherever they want me - wherever they need me -  30 performances in 30 days.  Click here for a PRESS KIT with more information.

If you'd like to make a tax deductible contribution to help me bring this show to those places, visit my Donations Page at FRACTURED ATLAS.