The Disability Pride Parade
The first of its kind, the Disability Pride Parade kicks off at Disability Pride Way (401 S Plymouth Court) and moves through Chicago’s Loop, north to Jackson Street and west to Dearborn Street. There at Daley Plaza, a festival of participants and guests can visit booths, mingle and enjoy diverse live entertainment. In 2016 a fun group made up of Tellin’ Tales cast, crew and board members marched on parade route and greeted the crowd at our own informational booth. Please join us in 2017!
After School Programs
Tellin’ Tales teaching artists are trained to come into your elementary, middle school or high school for residencies or short-term workshops in storytelling and acting. We specialize in working with students with disabilities.
Would you like to Tellin’ Tales to create a program at your school? Contact Tekki Lomnicki.
Tellin’ Tales actors and speakers with disabilities are available for disability awareness performances for conferences, churches, corporations, schools, universities and community groups.
Does your company need disability awareness training? Contact us to schedule a consultation.