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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Teens with Autism, Brain Injuries and Other Neurological Disabilities Perform in Ivy Street School's “Extravaganza” Talent Show June 11th

From MAB Community Services
via Ivy Street School

April 2, 2015

On June 11th, the students of Ivy Street School will again take center stage as they perform in the school’s fourth annual Extravaganza! The event will be held at 6:00pm at the Berklee Performance Center, located at 136 Massachusetts Avenue in Boston.

Extravaganza is a spectacular annual talent show in which Ivy Street School’s students sing, dance, act and thrill the crowd as they prove what we already know: they are stars!

This year’s special guest performers include local band Flipside, professional Elton John impersonator Bill Connors, Boston Improv actor Mac Gostow and magician David Hall. Students perform in each and every act, whether it be singing with the musicians, acting in a skit or serving as a magician’s assistant. The event will once again be enthusiastically hosted by former WCVB broadcaster David Brown.

We encourage you to attend! 

When:   6:00 - 8:00pm June 11, 2015

Where: Berklee Performance Center
                   136 Massachusetts Avenue
                   Boston, MA 02115

RSVP by emailing For additional information, please call Josh Warren at (617) 732-0241 or email

You can also visit the event website.

About Ivy Street School

The Ivy Street School is a residential school in Brookline, MA for adolescents aged 13-22 with autism spectrum disorder, brain injuries, and other neurological challenges. The school is one of only a handful in the country that specializes in behavioral health diagnoses, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), post high school transition programming, and brain injury and other neurological transitioning.

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