Tomeka L. Tiller



Tomeka Tiller was born in Mobile, Alabama and has been singing for a number of years as a gospel artist. As the daughter of a pastor,  Tomeka began displaying her soulful voice at the age of 4 in her father’s church in Cleveland, Ohio. At the age of 11, Tomeka moved to Atlanta, GA with her mom and began singing in school, different talent shows throughout Atlanta. She later became member of a gospel group called Complete that obtained much success.  In 2008, she wrote and premiered her first gospel stage play entitled "When the Sin Hits the Fan", which deemed successful and she ran 5 successful, sold out shows between 2008 and 2016. In 2010, Tomeka married Altrazo Tiller who would later become her partner in music and stage productions. Between 2015 and 2017, in conjunction with her husband, Tomeka produced and directed 2 more stage plays ( The Ballad of Sweet Auburn & HO) that were both very successful. Tomeka’s singing and theater experience has opened many doors for her. In 2015 she landed a major role in the historical stage production, Beauty Shop, written by the legendary Shelly Garrett. Tomeka is a member of SESAC and NABFEME and has performed for Women Who Jam, Wednesday Winddown (a concert series in Atlanta at Centennial Olympic Park). She has made several TV appearances including WATC Atlanta Live TV 57 and the Charlie More show. She also recently appeared in Lynette Blackwell's stage production, Who's this sleeping in My Bed and Zuri Craig's, The House that Misery Built. Tomeka is currently still touring with Shelly Garrett’s historical stage play, Beauty Shop and creating new productions with her husband.

Alrazo H. Tiller

Born into a musically – diverse and theatrical family on May 15th  1972 ,  Altrazo “Traz” Tiller quickly realized his passion for creative expression. After years of admiring and mimicking his favorite musical artists and musicians, he’d found his niche making mix tapes for friends and family members while in high school. He then enrolled in a creative writing class, and almost immediately his teachers took notice of his “uniquely visual” style of writing. Encouraged to continue to pursue his hidden gift, Traz soon found a way of storytelling through the musical mix tapes that he would put together.  As evolution would have it, it wasn’t long after that his fascination with beats led him to teach himself how to play the drums. After playing with various artists, he jokingly threatened the bassist in an R&B garage band that he had been jamming with; telling him “I’m gonna take your spot.” Traz then went to the local music store, purchased a bass guitar, a practice amplifier, and a ‘How –To’ video, he taught himself to play bass. It wasn’t long after that he became the bass player for that same band. After the group disbanded, he then went on to tour with local and national artists as a musician for hire. Having added “percussionist” to his resume, Traz then began to write and compose Spoken Word Poetry pieces which he was very reluctant to share or perform publicly. Fate would eventually lead him to a fellow artist with which he befriended and realized they had much in common. She invited him to attend a stage play that she’d written, produced and directed called “When the Sin Hits the Fan”. He was mesmerized and awestruck at how vivid and professionally the production was done. The two began dating and collaborating together on various musical ventures. One day while flipping through his notebook, his now girlfriend (Tomeka Tiller) came across one of his poems and encouraged him to expand it. She then helped him turn that poem into a self – published novel. Traz became fascinated with the art of storytelling via stage. The duo then went on to create more music and stage plays. They married in November of 2010 and soon thereafter formed Tillervision Productions, an entertainment company that focuses on the art of uniqueness through visualization. Tillervision Productions  since it’s conception has written and produced 2 music cds, published Traz’s novel (Sometimes Maybe, Never Always), and has written and produced 5 stage plays. They are now in a position where they can run stage plays through the Winter of 2019. Traz continues to write, inspire and be inspired simply by observing what he calls “everyday life”. He then takes it and adds his unique twist to each thing he touches; making it uniquely a Tillervision Productions staple. Always looking to separate himself from the pack, he continues to artistically push the envelope by combining real world situations from an artistic point of view. He lives by the creed “Why Be Normal?”, and his works are a true reflection of it.


Alice Adams-Johnson

This talented native of St. Louis, MO, joined Tillervision Productions back in 2015, as Stage Manager.  Raised in Birmingham, AL, she developed a true passion for the performing arts at an early age.  Alice has since collaborated alongside a plethora of influential entertainment entrepreneurs over the years in Casting, TV, Film and Stage productions.  This has garnered her desires in helping others achieve their aspirations in the industry. 
 Some of her credits includes: “HO”, Lord Why Can’t I Do Right, The Suitcase, Who’s This Sleeping in My Bed, The Ortega Family Musical, The House that Misery Built, The Perfect Pastor, When The Sin Hits The Fan Too, Thick As Thieves, The Couch, The Complex, Insignificant Others, Why Not?,  Why Not 2, What God Joined Together, The Ballad of Sweet Auburn, and Remember the Reason.  Alice is also slated to work in the upcoming production of Shelly Garrett’s Beauty Shop as Stage Manager.

Alice’s dedication and tenacity is what fuels her passion in getting stories told.  Her journey has been 20+ years in the making; however, her spirit of humility keeps her grounded.  When asked about her longevity within the entertainment community, she cites her zealous efforts in making a creative imprint in the spirit of excellence.