Divercity at St. Martin’s Church
One Day Only
Sunday, July 30
12 pm Reception
1 pm Show
2:15 Talk Back
If you missed Divercity in June come to see it at the lovely St. Martin’s Church. Nine writers and performers with disabilities share their stories of St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans, runaway wheelchairs, Barbara Streisand and a talk with our mayor. Come for the noon reception, see the show and then stay for the Talk Back. Sign language interpretation and audio description will be available.
St. Martin’s is at 5700 W. Midway Park (Corner of Race and Waller). Off street parking available in an open lot at the northeast corner across from the church.
Diverse, Loud & Proud
Our young adult writers have been invited to perform at the Sulzer Library as part of the Chicago Public Library’s Diversity Initiative. Please join us for an afternoon of side-splitting and touching personal storytelling.
Support Tellin’ Tales Theatre
“My experience with Tellin’ Tales and Tekki have made me a better writer, actor, director, teacher…a better human!” Cast in the very first production of Six Stories Up in 1998, Simone LaPierre went on to participate in just about every aspect of Tellin’ Tales possible. As she matured through the teen years, she embraced the mission of Tellin’ Tales and focused on how she could impact societal changes.
As you can see with Simone, and so many others, Tellin’ Tales Theatre has a long reach into the future. We as a community are stronger, closer knit and challenged to go beyond. You can support this mission with your time as a volunteer or ambassador, with a financial gift or through in-kind contributions. Please consider making a gift to Tellin’ Tales now. 85% of all donations go directly to the mission.