“TellTale Theatre received the highest evaluations
ever reported from any performing group.”

-Betty Marsden, Presenter for the Marietta School System

“Teachers and principals throughout Whitfield
County say, ‘this is the best program we’ve ever
had’ . . .the performance was electric!”

-Ellen Thompson, Language Arts Coordinator, Whitfield County

“An excellent combination of art and the promotion
of safety.”

-Teresa Matherly, Keheley Elementary
“It was dynamite! The kids were enthralled.  Rarely
do teachers come to me and talk about the show.
But two of them came to me this morning and said
it was the best show we’ve ever had.”

-Steve Coffey, Conley Hills

“I’ve never seen a show that made the point so

-Toni Benton, Baker
“Stuff It! Represented entertainment education at its best. I doubt our children will EVER forget to reduce, reuse
and recycle. We at High Point thought you the best of the best!!!”

-Mary Jo Lund, Cultural Arts Chairman, High Point Elementary
“The best program of its type we have
ever had!”

-Eva Clark, principal, W.P. Word Elementary

“I laughed so hard I cried my make-up

-Teacher at Dowell Elementary
You know what they say about TellTale Theatre?

TellTale has performed for all or a significant part of these school systems:

Paulding County at the Dallas Theater, Sept. and Oct. ‘08 – coordinator/host – Lenay Walker, Director of
Dallas Theater: 678-449-4059.  

Emmanuel County – all elementary schools, k-5, February ’09 – coordinator/host – Bobbi Daughtery, director
of the Emmanuel Arts County: 478-237-2592.

Thomasville Ga. – all grades 1-3 + family festival, March ’09 – coordinator/host – Mary Oglesby, Director of
Education, Thomasville Cultural Arts Center: 229-226-0588.

Villa Rica Parks and Rec – multiple schools, Feb ’09 – played nine consecutive years -coordinator/host –
Courtney Powell, 770-459-7011

Past Workshop Programs:

Cobb Community Services Board – Arts Buffet – In an innovative and applauded program where we helped
troubled teens explore a host of different arts to see themselves on DVD, learning and loving it.

Omosaze Collaboration – Incorporated theatre to enhance their Saturday reading program for children who
are behind and challenged in reading and self expression.

Cobb Collaborative – Last year and again this year we brought our Character Education and Drug
Prevention plays along with connected workshops to 15 schools in Cobb County.

River’s Prison Program – An eight week pilot program, using theatre games and improvisation with
prisoners. It made marked behavioral changes in the participants.

Also have provided workshops for Exodus Osborne Summer Program, Deveraux Laurel Academy, Center
for Visually Impaired, Inner Harbour and served the Georgia Council for the Arts Artist in Education