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Actor|Director|Master Gardener

"Things happen FOR us, not TO us"

Jamacia Born|UK Raised
& Educated


Two-time Kennedy Award nominee for Dramaturgy!

Carol Douglas Welter is the author of several stage productions; About Clarence, Cranes, Who Is Phyllis Wheatly and Utopia (coming to The Clayton State Cresent Theatre Fall 2023). 

Currently, Carol is layering her prior education from a UK Shakespeare Conservatory through the Clayton State University theatre program with a double major in Psychology.  The intention is to combine the two studies, creating
Forums for Social Change and Intimacy Coaching for the stage.

Carol's recent UGA Master Gardeners Award put her on a quest to save the Monarch Butterflies by creating, Monarch Waystations across the state of Georgia and preserving meadows for wildlife internationally.

Carol has three publications in circulation this year: PALAVA, a book of poems, MCGREGOR WOMAN, a book of short stories, and SO WHAT ABOUT CLARENCE, a book of stage plays. Her collection of unpublished writings includes a series of short plays, written for an online format or live stage.

Outside of her passionate works, Carol enjoys storytelling, sword fighting, gardening, walking in the woodlands, and humor in every genre.



Acting, Storytelling &

Stage Readings


Stageplays & Poems

master gardener

Healing & Performance Garden

Table Read
Hamlet Dressing Room
Intimate Apparel

Carol the Actor

Carol the Writer

Coming Soon ...

Utopia is a revenge drama. When Guy was ten years old his father confessed to being gay.  The story follows the quest of Guy who develops a multimillion dollar conglomerate with a focus to destroy as many gay people as possible.  This journey causes him to cross paths, and fall in love with a bi-sexual woman Molly, and to affiliate with an open minded therapist Dr. Pringle.  Guy is challenged by her theory of…each person being of all sexualities, and of the soul having no sexuality.      

Amn 2120
A futuristic AI story about three award-winning minority women who accidentally create a slave society and Voices, the story of an African Attorney who morphs into another being after midnight.  

A tone poem told through dance and dialogue. Sunflower takes audiences on the journey of a seed, carried by birds and wind across the world. The theme in this work covers the mystery of death and resurrection, a recurring theme in Carol’s writings.

Interview with Anthony Page

Carol the Master Gardener

Rememberance & Dedication

Make This Moment Count!

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