Arts for Autism is a one night annual Broadway benefit concert where the biggest names on Broadway come together for a one night only performance to benefit autism awareness. Over the past two years, actors from over 30 hit Broadway shows have participated and joined performing arts students from around the country and performers on the autism spectrum onstage at the Gershwin Theatre (home to Broadway's production of Wicked). This year's show will be hosted by Emmy Award winner, Grammy Award winner and Tony nominated actor Christopher Jackson (Hamilton). Tony Award winner, Kelli O'Hara (The King and I) hosted the show in 2016 and 2017. Broadway actors, student performers, and those the on spectrum will work with Broadway directors, producers, choreographers, and orchestration to put the show together providing a true Broadway experience.