Our instructors

Brandon Stewart

Brandon is a certified teacher specializing in working with youth with exceptionalities. He is a full time teacher at the YMCA Academy, with 4 years of experience in the classroom. Brandon graduated from the prestigious Ontario Institute for Studies in Education program at University of Toronto, and he has always been passionate about working with youth to bring out their creative and critical thinking skills. Brandon has run summer camps for Youth University, Great Big Theatre Company, Lyndesfarne Young Company, and is excited to spend this summer with us in The Attic! Don't be surprised if Brandon breaks out his guitar, becomes a goofy dinosaur, or outruns all the kids in a foot race - he is always everyones favourite teacher !

Kasey Dunn

Kasey is passionate about making art happen, and is excited to work with youth to instill a love for the arts! She is a Toronto-based theatre actor, producer, and creator with classical conservatory training and a background in collective creation.  A well-rounded artist, Kasey is a graduate of both the well-respected George Brown Theatre School acting program, and Brock University school of Fine and Performing Arts. Kasey has run summer camps for Carousel Players and Young People's Theatre, and is ready to take on this new experience at The Attic. She has performed for children around southern Ontario with Fantasy Fables Children's Entertainment, and loves making dreams come true!

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Vikki Velenosi

Vikki is a storyteller and a graduate of The University of Windsor’s BFA Honours Acting Program with a minor in English. She has taught summer camps with the prestigious Theatre Aquarius Summer Programme and has over 10 years professional theatre experience. Vikki performed with Treehouse TV stars, Judy and David, touring into elementary schools throughout Southern Ontario, teaching children through musical performance. She specializes in helping reserved children find their voice and confidence and she believes wholeheartedly that theatre has the power to improve the lives of children.