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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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  • Braeyon Randallstown, MD

    Absolutely wonderful. What a Blessing. Sending continuous prayers.

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  • Brandi Butler

    Studio is Amazing impressive..like you!

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  • Marquinta Cash

    Has the audition been cancelled that was scheduled for 7/23/16? Please advise thanks.

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    • Latoya #2197431

      I didn't know about any auditions can you share when and where thank you

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  • Delbert H. Rhodes Decatur, Ga.

    Greetings, Mr. Perry: I enjoyed the virtual tour of your Studio and congratulate you on your accomplishments. I watch little Television but enjoy a good movie from time to time and have seen some of your productions. The Madea films I tend to favor. I think creatively and should an idea linger, I put pen, or, rather, keystroke to the page. After brainstorming and multiple edits, a wonderful tale, of sorts, emerges. Non-professionally: I have enjoyed writing short stories for many years, and fiction is my genre. Poetry, too, is a love of mine, and I, non-commercially, publish my tales. Wordpress.com is my site, www.delbertdelbert.wordpress.com. Additionally, as of late, I have begun production of Video Poetry; and for this venture I publish at Vimeo.com. At Vimeo, I have, to date, published fifty-seven poetic videos. The latest, in July 2016, is "WithoutNoah." Mr. Perry, I have no acting experience and am wondering, are other talents of interest to you. If so, then, please, contact me. Also, I am on Facebook.com. Regards, Delbert H. Rhodes

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  • E Patricia Debrick Washington, DC

    Hi Mr Perry I am so happy of all the great work you are during .When you out open your studio I said brother do it. Keep the good work up

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  • Kimberly

    Bringing my two sons to Atlanta. Hoping to set up a tour

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  • Carla Arizona

    Hi Tyler Perry, I pray that you give me a shot as well. Please let m e know where I need to audition and I will be there. I can write music, sing and I used to rap. I'm very good at what I do. So please with all do respect email me back and I could sing for you on the spot. God willing. Thank you and I love you!

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  • Randy Drake Jacksonville Florida

    Hello Mr. Perry, First and foremost I want to say God bless U and everything That U stand for.. I have been through so much throughout my life , I don't know how to start.. I can't seem to find my way in life. It seems that every time I start to climb something pulls me back down. I'm not asking for a hand out. I need help. I can pull my own weight. I just need a chance. Can U help me Please

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  • Tracey Felder Atlanta

    Hello! I am a girl scout troop leader with a group of 11 scouts ages 10-12, they are learning movie making and digital photography, I would like to get a studio tour set up at your studio for them to see, is this possible?

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  • Brenda Scott West TN

    Will you reach for my hand and pull me up?

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  • Corian West Baytown Tx

    I'm having a hard time to get where you are.acting is my biggest goal. I've tried so many agencies. But have no money. Got so many ideas, but can't even pitch. I would love to know how you did it. Because as i sit here and continue to fail i slowly lose hope. But not giving up. Keep up the great work Mr Perry. Hope to see you as an actor soon. And shake your hand.

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    • Stuart Jackson Moffat Scotland #2197214

      Corian first of all dont give up, If acting is your thing then I would try Amateur theater as a start or some sort of open mic night. I did a search for 'Baytown texas amateur theater' in google and found several 'Little theater' type results. As far as pitching ideas is concerned this is usually about scripts, honestly I would focus on one thing or the other. Pitching scripts is very difficult and would be easier if you whent to College and did some sort of film studies course particularly ones which have famous or influential guest speakers. these tend to be as much about networking as the studies itself, this will open doors for you. In closing I would suggest you focus on one thing as I said before, this will be a start, then concentrate on the chosen thing, good luck

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    • molasses jones Everywhere #2197269

      He didn't give up!

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  • Daniel Johnson 775 East Ave. NE. Atlanta, GA. 30312

    Mr. Perry: My neighbors, who own the sound studio down the street, and I have been approached here recently about us selling our properties for residential development. The sound studio was built at a cost of over $800,000 in the 90's, and has been built with the intent that it be used as a sound studio, with isolated walls, etc. My duplex across the street is built out of hebel and is also soundproof excepting the windows and doors which could be upgraded. We are thinking that the best price we will get will be to someone who can use the studio. I know your primary interest is in video, but I thought I would see if you are interested. It has a lovely view of the Freedom Parkway and is near to your current location. TTFN

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