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‘Intimidation Game’ Features Performers With Autism

September 9, 2019


63 FOR THE DAYTIME HIGH. JEFF, ELSA. BACK TO YOU GUYS.. ELSA: IN “9 ON ENTERTAINMENT,” A NEW MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS HOW HARD IT CAN BE FOR KIDS WITH DISABILITIES TO SIT IN WHEN THEY’RE IN HIGH SCHOOL. JEFF: CRYSTAL CRUZ TAKES US TO THE DRESS REHEARSAL FOR THE INTIMIDATION GAME. THE MUSICAL IS SO AWESOME, IT’S TEACHING PEOPLE ABOUT MUSIC AND BULLYING. HERE’S A BEHIND-THE-SCENES LOOK AT REHEARSALS AT INTIMIDATION GAME SET TO DEBUT AT THE WALLACE IN BEVERLY HILLS. THIS PARTICULAR PERFORMANCE STARTED WHEN ONE OF OUR STUDENTS CAME TO CLASS AND SHE’D BEEN BULLIED. REPORTER: THE STUDENT FROM THE MIRACLE PROJECT WENT FROM BEING BULLIED TO PLAYING THE BULLY IN THE MUSICAL. ANOTHER PERFORMER, 17-YEAR-OLD SPENCER HART PLAYS A GEEK IN THE MUSICAL BUT NOTHING NERDY ABOUT HER SPECIAL TALENT. ♪. REPORTER: HART HAS PERFORMED ON STEPHANIE’S DAY, THIS YEAR ON JUNE 11th AT THE CBS STUDIOS, IT RAISES AWARENESS ABOUT AUTISM. IT’S AWESOME, I GET NERVOUS ABOUT EXCITEMENT AT FIRST. REPORTER: ELIAS BIRNBAUM SAYS HE’S BEEN BULLIED IN THE PAST. I’VE GONE THROUGH IT WHERE PEOPLE REJECTED ME. SO WE WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, WE WANT TO SHOW ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS REACH OUT AND BE KIND TO SOMEONE. REPORTER: THE SHOW STARTS ON THE 22nd AND RUNS FOR THREE

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