AWP has made a positive difference in the lives of thousands of kids. Check out what people say:

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“AWP started me down a path to find what I love, and I’ll always be thankful for that.”
Katelyn Nacon is recurring on the #1 cable television show, AMC series, The Walking Dead. Katelyn portrays the quiet and mysterious teenager Enid. In 2014, Katelyn landed her first national television appearance as a co-star on ABC’s Resurrection. She also gained worldwide attention in the same year as Chloe Cook on Cartoon Network Adult Swim’s Too Many Cooks, an episode that quickly went viral on YouTube. In 2015, Katelyn released her first EP Love in May, on which she performs five songs that she wrote.
Check out her EP ‘Love in May’ on iTunes
“AWP was where I first started to learn who I truly was.  It helped me grow immensely, both as an artist and as a human being.”-Damien Haas-Recurring guest star on DISNEY’s SO RANDOM…. awp actors damien c haas
 “AWP allowed me the opportunity to work with professionals, such as the immaculate Don Stallings, who took me under his wing and taught me so much about film and filmmaking.”-Christopher Lowell-THE HELP, Series Regular on PRIVATE PRACTICE, Series Regular on VERONICA MARS, Series Regular on LIFE AS WE KNOW IT….
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 “I got my first agent at AWP” -David Lambert-Series Regular on Disney’s AARON STONE (Below is David being interviewed on the red carpet about his film Disney’s Den Brother)  atlanta workshop players actors david lambert
 “AWP Rocks!”-Nia Imani-Young Nala in Broadway’s THE LION KING atlanta workshop players actors Nia Imani Hunter
 “AWP offered the opportunity to learn about performing, freedom, emotions, rhythm and the power of imagination.”-Tia Texada-Series Regular on NBC’s THIRD WATCH atlanta workshop players actors Tia Texada
“AWP was a key part of me growing as an artist and performer, but also growing up in general. I made several life long friends, and key industry networking connections, as well as learned several life lessons that have helped me on the stage and off. From being a camp counselor specifically, I learned several life skills that continue to help me every day, like multi-tasking and switching gears quickly, which helps me in my show as a swing. I also learned responsibility, and how my everyday actions affect the lives of those around me. To quote one of my favorite musicals, I can honestly say that “because I knew [AWP] I have been changed for good.”-Imari Hardon- Kate Monster on Off-Broadway’s “Avenue Q”
Check out her webseries:www.ItBeLikeThatSometimes.netIMG_20150307_170938
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