“Stephanie Herrera’s relentless energy is paralleled only by her depth of improvisation knowledge. She makes students keen to learn more, improve and perfect their art. What I like best is that they absolutely learn team-play with Stephanie rather than one-up-manship which tends to be their want. She can get them to do things that brings joy to my heart as their main drama educator. Stephanie Herrera is well worth your time and pennies…it’s merely pennies when you consider what she does with them in an hour!”

Lydia Hughes, Teacher, Sir John A. Macdonald

All regular sessions are 6 weeks in length. Specialty classes vary and fees are listed below their descriptions. *Workshop fees are non-refundable, class credit can be uptained up to 72 hours prior to the first class. All credit must be used within the year and are applied to classes of the same value. Most of our regular classes have a “Try before you buy” policy, ask about trying the first class before payment.  Classes run on a minimum enrollment, register your spot by e-mail: or call (647) 899-3342



(Ages 11-13)
Version 2Led by Connor Atkins, this 6-week workshop will take our students who have taken at least two sessions with us, to a more advanced level of improv. The kids will be introduced to more advanced games and open scenes. They will be introduced to “Long form improv” where they will be creating more theatre than quick games. Their acting chops will be challenged! There will be a show for friends and family on the last day.

Dates: Sundays starting May 1st to June 5th (skipping May 22nd for Victoria Day long weekend)

Time:  1pm-2:30pm

Cost: $120 + HST

Location: Harmony Creek Community Centre, in the “Lounge” (lower floor of the church building)



Ages: 11-13

summer camp 2012 on stageThis class is comprised of mature kids learning the Whose Line is it Anyways style improv games which centre on: focus, team work, listening, and creativity. Led by Connor Atkins, the kids will work on the skill of creating scenes spontaneously, and will let their imaginations fly! There will be a showcase for friends and family on the last class, where these Tweens will perform their favourite games.

Dates:  Sundays starting May 1st to June 5th (skipping May 22nd for Victoria Day long weekend)

Time: **New Time** 2:30pm-4:00pm

Cost: $120 + HST

Location: Harmony Creek Community Centre, in the “Lounge” (lower floor of the church building)


(Ages 14+)

teen2008(20) Learn those “Whose Line is it Anyways?” style improv! Improv has been shown to boost confidence, focus, communication skills, and to be a whole ton of fun! Taught by Connor Atkins.

At the end of the 6 weeks there will be a “show” where friends and family are invited to watch the kids perform their favorite games.

DATES: Sundays starting May 1st to June 5th (skipping May 22nd for Victoria Day long weekend)

TIME: 4:30pm-6PM

COST: $120 + HST

LOCATION: Harmony Creek Community Centre (15 Harmony Road North, in Oshawa) in the “Lounge” (lower floor of the church building)

On-camera acting!

This ONE-DAY workshop will take the group through a variety of scripts from film, TV, and commercials. The class will be all about practicing the art of acting on-screen in front of the camera, where to stand, where to look, what to say, how to approach a script. There will also be “mock auditions” so they know what to expect when they step into an audition room.

The best takes on camera will be e-mailed back to the participants. Taught by Stephanie Herrera.

Date: Sunday, April 3rd, 2016

normal_Jennifer_Lawrence_behind_the_scenes_of_The_Hunger_Games_02Time: 1pm to 4pm

*At 3pm we ask the parents to return and sit in on the talk about the next steps: what a head shot looks like, a resume, how to find an agent, etc.

What you’ll need to pack: A water bottle, snacks, a highlighter.

Fee: $100 + HST

To register: contact Stephanie at