About Us
Storybook Theatre was founded in 1991 by Lynn Draper and her sister Christi Stuebben.
Lynn and her troupe of fine actors have enthralled well over TWO MILLION children and
adults.  Their dynamic performances at theaters, schools, festivals, teacher workshops,
churches, businesses and other events across America have won rave reviews.
Recognized by the Texas Commission on the Arts , Storybook Theatre is one of the most
popular and sought after children’s theater groups in the country. Often classified as
“edutainers,” they combine entertainment skills and education techniques in a manner that
creates a desire in young minds to excel in reading. They have dedicated their lives to the
growth and teaching of children. Each team member has studied and taught dramatic
presentations on and off stage. They have enriched and broadened their teaching skills by
traveling and living in many places throughout the world.
MONICA CLEGG

Monica has 15 years experience as a public school teacher and has worked with children of
various ages in a variety of settings. She has sponsored school drama clubs and directed
children's programs at her church and has appeared in numerous productions at her church and
in high school. Monica is currently teaching children's theater classes at LA Performing Arts. She
is a scrapbook sales rep with Fred Hill, Inc. An avid scrapbooker, Monica's favorite subjects are
her 9 year old son and her husband. She hopes to one day have a larger tree in her yard.
Storybook Theatre of Texas
RANDEE  LUTTERLOH

Randee has been with Storybook Theatre since April 2016.  She graduated from Abilene Christian
University with a degree in Psychology.   She then married her husband, Jason, and moved  to San
Antonio in 2013. Randee has worked as a nanny and a preschool teacher.  Now in addition to acting
with SBT, she does historical bike tours of the San Antonio Missions.  Randee has been acting on
stage since the age of 13. Some of her favorite roles have been Puck in
A Midsummer's Night
Dream
, Alice in You Can't Take It with You, and Annabella/Margaret/Pamela in 39 Steps.  She is so
thankful to be able to do what she loves in a city that she loves.