Welcome to the wacky, mixed up world of Mutasia, a place that inspires creativity and self-discovery in children of all ages. As mixed up mixes of every animal imaginable, each inhabitant of Mutasia is a unique individual; and through them, we can all learn to embrace what makes us different. Children of every age will laugh and sing as the Mutasian adventures come to life through a series of colorful books, animation, and music.
Mutasia was founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Tami Cotsakos, a former K-8 elementary school music teacher in New Jersey and California. Tami always wanted to develop a family project that involved her love for children and animals by combining it with a creative and entertaining approach to learning about life’s lessons.
Tami’s daughter, Suzanne Cotsakos, an actor, writer, and producer, shared her passion, loved the idea and joined her Mom to co-found Mutasia and bring the project to life.
Tami wanted to create a safe and nurturing environment for children that encouraged creativity and taught about life’s many lessons in a fun and humorous way.
Together, mother and daughter pursued their dream and combined their passion, creativity and love for kids and animals to build a trusted and quality branded, family experience around Mom’s kitchen table — where her team still meets today to create the wacky, mixed up but not confused, world of Mutasia.
And, Mutasia® Children’s Entertainment was born.
Mutasia strives to “Mix It Up” by creating an environment that encourages creativity and teaches about life’s many lessons in a fun and humorous way.
Like the inhabitants of Mutasia, our team is comprised of unique individuals who have come together and blended their talents in an effort to create a world that will encourage children to explore the outer limits of their imaginations through stories, music, and art.
Mutasia Gives Back
Mutasia provides books and merchandise to children’s organizations through its donations in support of hospitals, schools and communities in need. Mutasia also intends to gift a portion of its profits to worthwhile children’s initiatives and projects.