The first show I ever saw at The Miracle Project was called Work in Progress. It fundamentally changed me as an artist and a student. Although I knew, of course, that performance could be powerful, I never knew it could heal as well.
— Jack Zager

The Miracle Project is a fully inclusive theatre, film and expressive arts program for children, teens and adults with autism and all abilities. For the past two years, Jack has been volunteering for the organization, helping those living with neurological disorders to find their voice. Additionally, he founded a group, The LACHSA Miracle, aimed at building a bridge between one of the most innovative community organizations and some of the best arts students in America.

His work with the program has inspired Jack to pursue a career focusing on the power of music to inspire us all to live our best life.

“The Miracle Project is proud to share that long-time co-actor/volunteer Jack Zager has spent the last month in Northern Thailand bringing the joy of our program to young children with disabilities at the Dulabhatorn Foundation in Chiang Mai. Jack is the inaugural member of our Miracle Project Ambassador program, in which seasoned, trained TMP volunteers are given the opportunity to bring TMP to new audiences. Jack, who recently graduated from Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) and is the founder of the "LACHSA Miracle," sought out the opportunity to work with young students with disabilities and share with them some of the magic of The Miracle Project. Jack lead them in musical exercises, theater games and other TMP activities. Thank you Jack for helping spread the joy of TMP far and wide!”


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