Teleaha Krause

Teleaha Krause

AGE: 20
BORN: Hay, regional NSW

Teleah got involved with OTYP through an after school drama workshop and performed “Eyes to the Floor”, a play by Alana Valentine.

I began studying my diploma of nursing and got married a little under 12 months ago and am now expecting my first child ūüôā

Most importantly OTYP taught me how to express myself. I went from a shy girl who no-one knew to a bright bubbly confident girl who would get involved in group activities without hesitation.

Before my involvement with Outback Theatre I would dread the words “group activity” I was shy, I¬† had no confidence and was near enough invisible. I didn’t believe in myself or that I could or would ever achieve any of my life goals or dreams. But that shy girl no-longer exists. I’m confident that I will achieve whatever I put my mind to whether it be academic or personal – if I put my mind to it, I will achieve it.
It is all because of Outback Theatre that I am a confident happy young lady. If it wasn’t for my involvement with Outback Theatre I’d no doubt be a small town girl who dropped out of school and wasn’t going anywhere in life and relied on Centrelink payments to be able to live day by day. That however is far from where I am today. Today I am happily married, starting a family and learning how to help others just like they have helped me. Because of Outback Theatre I have a personality that can’t be missed. I’m bright, bubbly and¬† happy. Instead of the girl who used to run the other way when it came to group work, I’m now the first to volunteer. Thank you Outback Theatre

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