SHENANIGANS is about communication - relating - flexible thinking - being open to new ideas - adapting to change - understanding context - having fun and making friends. We use the techniques of improvisational theater to practice games and exercises that address the social challenges and rigid thinking of Asperger’s and other mild-to-moderate autism spectrum and related conditions.

Now registering: Shenanigans Winter and Spring classes; Code Breakers;

and - NEW!! - Girl Talk!*

*NEW!!
Our newest program, Girl Talk, addresses the unique challenges and vulnerabilities of young women ages 15-19, including those with Asperger's and related conditions, as they transition to adulthood. Our pilot class meets in Sandy Springs, and we look forward to reaching out to other areas.


We are a pending 501(c)(3) non-profit as of Nov 1! We hope that, with your support, we can build a scholarship fund to allow more people to benefit from our programs, and we can grow a stronger organization for the long term. If you'd like to be a part of our success, please click on the Donate button on the left.


Our weekly classes are held at locations around metro Atlanta and continue throughout the year. We also partner with service organizations and schools to bring our classes to even more children and adults.

Want to see Shenanigans, Code Breakers, and Girl Talk in your area? We're always looking for new opportunities to bring our activities to more neighborhoods.

Call 770.354.5770 or email us for more information and to register.

See Shenanigans on Atlanta's 11Alive news!

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Click here to see the CIRCLES feature our Atlanta NBC affiliate 11Alive did on the filming.

Shenanigans is excited to be a production partner in this project written and directed by Jesse Cramer. Circles authentically showcases a day in the life of individuals with autism, without any of the stereotypes and melodrama often portrayed in popular culture and cinema. With a neurodiverse cast and crew, including over 80% with autism, we believe the concept is groundbreaking in furthering autism understanding and acceptance.

The short will be submitted to prominent film festivals in anticipation of a feature-length project that will follow the same concept.

Now that the filming is finished, we still need funding for post-production and film festival submissions. If you're interested in helping out, please contact us.