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Studio Tour

Tyler Perry Studio’s was established in 2006 and moved into its current facilities in the fall of 2008. This 200,000 square foot Studio, located in Southwest Atlanta, consists of 5 sound stages, a post-production facility, a back lot, a 400-seat theater, a private screening room, and designated areas for entertaining and hosting events.

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  • Nina Hobson Ohio

    Wow...from such humble begins to truly gigantic blessings. Thank you, Mr. Perry. You give hope as a fiction writer to have my books gather a huge following to be later turned into movies. I make it a point to listen to your 10 Top Rules for Success once a week on Youtube. Keep up the good work and I wish you well in all your present and future endeavors. Many Blessings, Nina Hobson

  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    05/02/2016 Hello Tyler, I have always admired your body of work, you have put out some great inspiring plays and movies that has help many of us. I want to share an idea with you for a project that I have. Without hesitation, I strongly believed that you can put wings to this project. The end result of the project will be remarkable. I know that you are a very busy person, and your plate is over flowing with other demands. However, please take the time to reach out to me and I can give you more details about the project. I know you will make all of us happy, meaning your fans to bring this project to the big screen. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I hope to hear from you soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

  • Karen Winston Salem

    Not looking for anything but a moment to say "Thank you". I went to my first play the other night in Winston-Salem and it was amazing. You are such an entertainer. What really touched me was how you incorporated Winston Salem in the dialogue. Hanes Mall, Parkway Plaza. It was super cool since the naming of placing I was familiar with made it personal to me. The message I take from each movie I see or play I rent makes it personal to me in my application to my life. Not a lot of things excite me but being able to see one of your plays put a smile on my face but the feeling I have had since puts a smile in my heart. Thank you for bringing your tour to Winston Salem.

  • Valeria Burnett Andalusia, Alabama

    I'm just a country girl with one big dream is to work with Tyler Perry. All your work is awesome. I would love the opportunity to work with you. Is there anyway possible to visit your studio? Do you give tours and if so what days and hours? If you give me the opportunity you would not be sorry.

  • Sharon Renae Dixon Mississippi

    Happy Birthday Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. I love you.

  • Tina Smith Atlanta. Ga

    Im a singer, actor, model and some business. Owner..Im looking. For Tyler Perry.I moved from Ohio to follow my dreams of working with Tyler Perry. I wrote a song called Family and I had. A vision. Of Tyler allowing me to sing my song. In one of his produtions. I been filming sence last year..recording my search for Tyler Perry trying. To follow. My dreams. Praying that a big door open.

  • Tracey Presberry-James Bonaire GA

    Hello Mr. Tyler Perry and Family. I thank GOD for allowing you to share your amazing gifts to the world. I'm huge fan and is fascinated about sharing some of the many ideas I have for you. Born in Chicago Illinois and raised in a small town called Caruthersville Missouri, I too am a dreamer. I would so gracefully appreciate it if I could hear from you and your team in regarding some outstanding ideas I have for you. Good day and GOD Bless. Love you'll. Tracey Presberry-James

  • Elizabeth United States

    CHINABERRY LANE..Concubines of Yazoo. Elizabeth M. Singleton. Would you be interested in producing this story. Let's talk. A diamond in the rare. Let's talk. Please contact Mr. Norman Johnson..Agent..or Dorrance Publishing Company in Pittsburgh, PA. First Offer.

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  • Ann Van Dielen Northport, WA

    Watched the PBS special last night. These men went to a town in Northern Idaho where they had never seen a African American before. They were not happy to see them and I guess were hostile to them. But theses men did not let that bother them and went on to save Avery and changed the minds of the people of Avery. I think their story needs to be told. This is how change starts. The Forest Fires of 1910 Main article: Great Fire of 1910 In the summer of 1910, the newly created United States Forest Service was fighting hundreds of fires across northern Idaho, Western Montana and eastern Washington. Drought conditions, high winds, high temperatures and lightning had created hundreds of forest fires. Dispatched by the Army to assist in the firefighting efforts, members of Company G, 25th Infantry Regiment, stationed at Fort George Wright in Spokane, Washington were sent to Avery, Idaho. Arriving on 17 August 1910, the soldiers worked on the fire threatening the town over the next four days. On 21 August the forest fire, pushed by strong winds and joining other fires, forced the evacuation of Avery, and the Soldiers of the 25th Infantry Regiment were instrumental in the safe evacuation of hundreds of townsfolk. By the time the fire ended a few days later, over three million acres had been burned. After the fire the soldiers assisted with the cleanup and in the search and recovery of the many that were killed during the fire. In the PBS documentary titled "The Big Burn", historians credit the Buffalo Soldiers with saving the town of Avery by building a "back" fire that collided and then consumed the "front" fire until there was no fire. Their "wit" saved the town from utter destruction.

  • Kisha Brown Bradenton Fl.

    I know you're probably tired plays but I have one in mind true story. The title of it is forced into silence. Now some of it is on paper a lot of it is hard to say or even write down. However it is the truth about a little girl that stop talking when she was seven continuously forced into a sexual lifestyle she did not choose. It took until she was 37 to finally really speak again. Then she died but not before she told her story how she kept leaving trails behind even though she could not speak she tried to tell her story but no one was listening. Now mr. Perry if you give me the opportunity I will write it down in play form or story. I work in a nursing home I have been a nursing assistant for 20 years and I hear many untold stories

  • Tashiana S. Daniels Navarre, FL 32566

    Hello Mr. Perry, Hello, My name is Tashiana (Tasha) Daniels. I'm a 23-year-old mom from Florida who's ready to work! I take direction very well and I have done some training with John Casablancas in Houston, Texas. I am very interested in receiving direction and assistance with my acting career. I get along with everyone I meet, and I am totally open and willing to learn. I have looked into the clients that you all have and I am very anxious to be trained and molded to work with them. I work hard and only see success in my future. I'm not asking for a starring role or anything major, I'd just like the chance to showcase to you my talent and see where you'd find it appropriate to place me. Like I said I'm totally coachable, and I'm just wanting the experience and chance to prove myself. Thank You.

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