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The Telling Company (TTC) is a not-for-profit organization committed to artistically “telling” stories inspired by real-life experiences that illuminate personal challenges and galvanize social change. Our stories include:

 
stalking the bogeyman

stalking the bogeyman

A humanising tale of transformation: Stalking the Bogeyman follows renowned journalist David Holthouse’s secret pursuit of justice for a crime hidden for 25 years. tickets button

church & state

church & state

A new play that takes an in-depth look at how religion, guns, and social media influence our political system.

phoenix rising

phoenix rising

A new play about the real-life stories of four girls who reclaim their lives after trauma and abuse. tickets button

a bitter pill

a bitter pill

What happens when Big Pharma pushes a new mental health diagnosis for children and their dangerous drugs to treat it?

chronic briefs

chronic briefs

Listen, chuckle and not even realize you're learning about arthritis.

influence

influence

A film involving the first date for two teenagers with Autism who communicate through the help of their parents.

rapunzarella white, a fairly fractured tale

rapunzarella white, a fairly fractured tale

Rapunzel, Cinderella and Snow White in a charming musical for kids.

thought bubbles 2015

thought bubbles 2015

Our very first reading series of new plays on Monday evenings this fall. These exciting new works explore important societal issues and are inspired by true stories.

stupid wig

stupid wig

A true love story for any galaxy. A heroic ten year old, Shirley, battles against monsters more terrifying than Darth Vader: Leukemia! Fear! Alienation! And a very scary, evil, Stupid Wig.

popcorn

popcorn

A play about two kids who go on a cross country killing spree in reaction to violence in media.

bollywood and vine

bollywood and vine

A new musical comedy about love, acceptance and never judging a book by its gold lamé cover.

welcome to tourettaville

welcome to tourettaville

A young boy with Tourette's Syndrome finds inspiration for self-acceptance in his dream world.

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