The Playfellow Workshop

The Playfellow Workshop was an American creative studio responsible for creating and producing Welcome Home, which served as their only production. Ronald Dorelaine is currently the Playfellow Workshop's only known member, and by virtue of being the alleged creator of Welcome Home, assumed to be its founder.



Virtually nothing is known about the origins of the Playfellow Workshop. It is currently assumed that the studio began and ended with Welcome Home, which ran from 1969 to 1974.


The Playfellow Workshop was part of the Welcome Home Restoration Project's findings from the site's initial launch, although little information about the inner workings of the studio has emerged since then. On July 27th, 2023, several pieces of merchandise were discovered, revealing that during Welcome Home's run, the Playfellow Workshop had partnered with a toy manufacturer called Marlo, Inc. to produce several tie-in products, including a few that were sponsored by the cereal brand Crispy Sweets.


Note: In order to ensure that this wiki has the most accurate information it can, this list does not cite any posts prior to January 2021.