Triple Threat Faculty
Actress, Singer, Dancer
Stephanie is a graduate of McMaster University’s Theatre & Film Program and the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts’ Triple Threat Program. She has studied acting, singing, and dance (including ballet, jazz, and tap), and loves combining her skills in musical theatre. As a professional actor, Stephanie has performed in musicals like The Sound of Music, Grease, Pippin, Evita, and My Favourite Year.
Stephanie has also worked as a private acting coach and acting teacher for both children and adults. Growing up as a shy child, Stephanie found solace in theatre. Now as a teacher, she strives to demystify the process of performing, proving that it can truly be a fun and empowering experience. Stephanie works to enhance self-confidence through performance by giving students the tools to create independently and in a team setting.
Shane O’Regan is originally from Halifax, NS. He studied piano privately with Paul Simons and Oksana Zotova at the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts. He is a graduate of both the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts’ Triple Threat College Program in Toronto and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s MA Musical Theatre Performance program in Glasgow. Shane’s theatre credits include Our Town (Annex Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (Randolph Theatre), Company, Active Virgin (Edinburgh Fringe), and Cinders (UK Tour). Recent work on the piano includes Arranger for COLLABRO (Winners of Britain’s Got Talent, 2014), Arranger/Pianist for Andrée Bernard’s House on Fire (Union Theatre, London), Resident Pianist at Joe Allen Restaurant (Covent Garden, London) and Musical Director/Pianist for December Songs (Theatre Passe Muraille, Toronto). Shane is an instructor of Musical Theatre, Voice and Piano and has worked for a number of schools and companies in Canada and the UK including CTA Performing Arts (London, UK), Spirit Young Performers Company (London, UK), Mansion on the Hill Studios (Halifax, NS) and Camp Winnebagoe (Muskoka, ON). Shane has recently relocated to Toronto after a year of work as Manager of the Bella Rose Arts Centre in Halifax.