Where everyone shines!
2022/2023 ACTING CLASS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Please click the 22/23 Acting Classes button in the main menu for more information.
Thank you to everyone who came out to audition for our exciting fall production Dear Dumb Wimpy Diary.
If you see your name on the cast list below, congratulations! We look forward to working with you. If you do not see your name on the cast list, it does not mean that you didn't have a great audition. It may simply mean that we do not have a suitable role for you at this time or that we feel you need a little more time to grow.
Keep at it and never ever ever give up!
Gita, Hannah, Gracie and Merrin
Addison G, Akina M, Ashton F, Brady W, Claire F,
Dayaa S, Gabby H, Grace L, Gracie M, Kendall C, Liam W,
Logan F, Maia T, Merrin H, Petra B,
Portia C, Raymond S, Sabrina H, Sadie M, Zoe M.
Sorry Walt June 12, 2022
Photos by @madiesphotowall
What's up next?
June 19 - September 5......Studio Closed for Summer Break
September 7 & 8......Acting Class Registration 5:30 - 7:30 pm the G.I.T.A. Studio
September 10......Dear Dumb WIMPY Diary First Rehearsal 10 am - 4 pm at the G.I.T.A. Studio
September 12 - 15......First week of Acting Classes
November 21 - 26......Dear Dumb WIMPY Diary at The Registry Theatre
December 10.....THE MYSTIC TREEHOUSE Auditions
Growing In The Arts welcomes you if you are LBGTQ+, Black, Indigenious, Brown, Asian, any race, coming out...anything.
We hold a safe brave space for you.
We acknowledge that the land on which Growing In The Arts School of Dramatic & Expressive Arts is situated, is the traditional land and territory of the Haudensaunee, Anishinaabe and neutral people. We recognize and appreciate the enduring presence and deep traditional knowledge, laws and philosophies of the indigenous peoples with whom we are fortunate to share this land with today. We are treaty people, with a responsibility to honor all relations and affirm a collective commitment to make the promise of meaningful
truth and reconciliation real in the community. We strive to build community through
theatre and education and wish to do our part to cultivate respect and relationships
with the Indigenous members of the community at large. We remember the children that
were forced to attend residential schools; those that did not return home and those
that have yet to be found. We honor the children that deserved love and kindness, a
life with culture, teachings and ceremony. To date, a total of 10, 029 unmarked,
unnamed graves have been recovered across Canada. We will never forget......