Get tickets now for Six Stories Up in Equality!
Tellin' Tales Theatre presents its seventeenth annual original musical! Middle school students and their adult mentors with and without disabilities explore equality in our country's history and their own lives.
Fridays, November 7 & 14 at 7:30 pm
Saturdays, November 8 & 15 at 7:30 pm
Sundays, November 9 & 16 at 2:00 pm
Sign language interpreted & audio described show:
at Athenaeum Theatre Studio Two
2936 N. Southport Ave. Click here for press release
FASHION FORWARD 2014
Thanks from the bottom of our hearts!
From our guests, Richard Jenkins and Karen Tamley, TaleBlazer award winners Molly Wiesman and Simone LaPierre and the beautiful models of all shapes, sizes and abilities—it was a bigsuccess thanks to YOU!
Couldn't make it but still want to donate to help us build our storyteller program at local children's hospitals? Just click the yellow "Donate" button at right.
Thanks a million!
Six Stories Up
Six Stories Up is part mentoring program, part magic. Each year we pair six Chicago storytellers with six middle school children to write six, ten-minute long theater pieces. Each team is encouraged to base their vignette on personal stories. These vignettes are then combined to create a full-length show. The set designer, mask maker, and stage manager also work with middle school-aged apprentices. The show runs two weekends at a professional theater.
Adults and children with and without disabilities, of all races, and income levels work together on equal terms. Both adults and children learn lifelong lessons, self-esteem blossoms, and community is built where none existed before.
360 East Randolph Street Suite 1006 Chicago, Illinois 60601 312-540-1330
The mission of Tellin' Tales Theatre is to shatter barriers between the disabled and able-bodied worlds through the transformative power of personal story. We bring together children and adults from both communities to share their stories in theatrically innovative productions and programs to promote awareness, understanding and acceptance.