We Tell Stories
is a 501 (c) 3 Non-Profit Organization.

5740 York Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90042


Board of Directors

Carl Weintraub

William Turner
Larry Guzin 
Vice President  
Dennis Carter 
Gilbert Pacheco

We Tell Stories
is grateful for the support from the following organizations:
Corporate Partnership
Employees Community Fund of Boeing California


Ahmanson Foundation
 City of Culver City Performing Arts Grant Program Fund with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment 
City of Los Angeles, Department
of Cultural Affairs


City National Bank
Employees Community Fund of Boeing California 
Los Angeles County Arts Commission
National Endowment
for the Arts

 Norris Foundation
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation

 Stern Memorial Trust

Arts for All  
Big Sunday 
 Centennial Plaza Park
Children’s Creative Project
Community Arts Resources (CARS)
 Los Angeles County MTA—Go Metro
  Los Angeles
Music Center
Education Division 
Los Angeles County Museum of Art 
  Los Angeles Unified School District, Arts Education Branch

North Figueroa Association
 Old LA
Farmers Market
Orange County
Performing Arts Center 
  Performances to Grow On
  Plaza de la Raza
Community Partners

Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council (HHPNC)
North Figueroa Association
Ed P. Reyes, District 1
Jose Huizar, District 14

Book WTS' Holiday Show
Season of Giving
Perfect for schools, family nights, parties, or corporate events

 Diana Tanaka & Linda Miller in One Channukah in Chelm
Photo: B. Oltmann
Audience members play many title roles in this celebration of the winter holidays that extols the virtues of tenacity and generosity. 

Persephone on Hades is the Greek Myth explaining the origin of winter.
One Channukah in Chelm is a “Stone Soup” story from eastern Europe about the joys of charity.  

A. A. Milne's Christmas poem, King Hilary and the Beggarman tells us, "Don't be afraid of doing thing's."  ~ for younger audiences OR

O’Henry’s The Gift of the Magi may still elicit a tear as "two foolish children" sacrifice their greatest treasures in order to give the simple gift of love. ~ for older audiences

For more information or to book a performance, contact 
Susan Devlin

The Giving is Easy

Planning to shop on Amazon.com during the holidays?  Start on the WTS homepage and click on the words "amazon.com" inside the red icon on the left side of the page. You will enter the amazon.com website, and Amazon will donate a small percentage of your purchase to WTS!  Or you can just click here.
Thanks, Amazon!

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Establish a Recurring Gift

Instead of making a one-time donation, you may set up a monthly giving plan whereby a predetermined gift amount is automatically charged to your credit card. For as little as $10 dollars a month, a recurring gift provides WE TELL STORIES with a steady income to educate and entertain thousands and to nurture our future generations of artists and theatre-goers.  Artistic Director Diana Tanaka reminds us, "Art education creates a healthy, well-rounded person and a person with skills for the 21st century...it encourages creative, innovative thinkers."
A recurring gifts saves you the hassle - and us the resources -- associated with quarterly appeal letters. 
To pledge your annual or monthly gift (ONLINE, FAX, OR MAIL) go to:  http://wetellstories.org/support.htm
If you would prefer not to donate online, you may
print our donor/recurring gift form to send or fax back.  

Or call us at 323-256-2336 

Thank you for your support!
We Tell Stories is a 501 (c) (3) Nonprofit Organization (Tax ID# 95-3803911).
All contributions are 100% tax deductible.
Educating and Entertaining Children Since 1981
fostering a love of literature, art, and theatre