Totally Awesome Players:
Theatre Program for Young People with Intellectual Disabilities

Totally Awesome KidsThe Totally Awesome Players (TAP) Program, established in 1992, has become the cornerstone of the Delaware Theatre Company's Youth-At-Risk Program. TAP employs acting skills and the creation of a play to increase the social skills and creativity of young people with intellectual disabilities. The troupe meets weekly and participants create, write, rehearse and perform a play. These original plays are presented on the main stage of the Delaware Theatre Company and other community venues, including Mitchell Hall at the University of Delaware. The TAP Program serves the entire state by offering in-school workshops at the Howard T. Ennis School, a school for students with significant disabilities located in Sussex County, Delaware.

Totally Awesome Players will present their original pieces
Monday, March 23, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $5.00 General Admission
Tickets may be purchased at the door
or by calling the Box Office at 302.594.1100


Totally Awesome Players 2 - the newest incarnation of the T.A.P. program - began building their ensemble in 2012. As the group reunites this year, they will explore new characters and continue working together as a group.  For more information about Totally Awesome Players 2, contact Allie Steele, Asst. Director of Education & Community Engagement at (302)-594-1104, ext. 249.


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For more information about this program, call 302.594.1104 ext. 226 or send us an


Totally Awesome Players is generously supported by

Delaware Division of the Arts