Nic Saville began acting in a G.I.T.A summer theatre program at The Cambridge Centre for the Arts when he was10-years-old. He began taking weekly acting classes at Growing In The Arts and has had several featured roles in our many stage productions including Dr. David Mortimer in It Runs In The Family, Creampuff Skittles the Second in Ella Enchanted (2016), Jacob Portman in Miss Peregrine's School for Peculiar Children (2016) and The Prince in Sorry Walt (2017).


Nic has successfully competed at the Kiwanis Drama and Speech Arts Festival in Stratford; repeatedly placing first with honours and receiving the prestigious Festival Trophy as well as the Silver Lining Trophy along with several other scholarships. In 2014, Nic’s outstanding talents as a performer advanced him to the Provincial Level where he placed First overall in Ontario.   


Nic has been a Teaching Assistant for weekly acting classes as well as a Co-Director for various stage productions. Nic is the lead instructor and program developer of Theatre InQueery. Currently, Nic is in his 4th year at the University of Waterloo in the Sexuality, Marriage and Family Studies Program.

Hannah Findlay is a grade 12 student at Forest Heights Collegiate Institute. She has actively been participating in drama and/or dance activities for over 13 years. Hannah joined Growing In The Arts in 2013 and has enjoyed participating in classes, the Kiwanis Festival. Hannah's most recent role was in November 2019 where she played Matilda Wormwood in There's Something About Matilda. She enjoys painting, hiking and watching movies. Hannah is looking forward to her first year as a Teaching Assistant.


Morgan Ernest is a grade 12 student at Eastwood Collegiate Insitute where she studies drama and visual art. Morgan has been a strong performer in various Gita's Girls productions where she has celebrated winning the prestigious Festival Trophy from the 2018 and 2019 Kwanis Drama and Speech Arts Festival in Stratford for Group Spoken Word Performance. This is Morgan's second year as a teaching assistant and she is really looking forward to getting to know everyone this coming season.