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Hamza Fouad, is a Leo award winning actor, instructor and audition coach. He uses his almost 20 years of experience in the film and television industry to help young artists feel confident with their work and consistently put their best foot forward every time they get in front of the camera. 

He also spent time working as a motivational speaker and trips facilitator for the charity organization, Free the Children, where he delivered tailored speeches in high schools across Canada, and worked closely with teens to develop leadership skills. 

Combining his genuine passion for working with youth, and his love for the craft of acting, Hamza has built a unique space where students can develop as young artists. 


Madeleine Humeny is an award-winning, multidisciplinary, performer based in Vancouver. Growing up bored in the prairies has nurtured her detailed imagination and need for humour, and led her to obtaining her degree in musical theatre from The Canadian College of Performing Arts. 


After graduating in 2017 with the inaugural faculty award for Outstanding Creativity, she has been fortunate enough to work with multiple beloved companies in Victoria, Vancouver, and Chemainus. 


Her style honours her theatre background, while taking huge swings in character, absurdity, and the grandiose. You can find her teaching, facilitating, and performing with The Improv Centre, Arts Umbrella, Queerprov, Yamjam, and her production company, Espoused. 




Xavi had a level of acclaim as a Muay Thai fighter early on in his career, which led him to his first on-camera role, without any acting experience, on ABC’s “Rookie Blue”. Needless to say, he played a boxer. Once on set, Xavi fell in love with the craft of acting and decided to turn his attention to it full-time. Since then he has honed his skills by putting the same passion behind the arts as he did in boxing and has steadily booked roles in numerous film and television projects including the 2021 Emmy Award Winning Netflix miniseries "Maid" from Margot Robbie’s LuckyChap Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television. He's also known for his series regular role on ABC's "Take Two", starring Rachel Bilson, as well as a recent role on the comedy hit, "Easter Sunday" from Steven Spielberg's Amblim Productions.



Shaquan Lewis is a professional working Tv/film and Theatre actor. Shaquan graduated from Wexford school for the performing arts, (Nina Dobrev, FeFe Dobson, and many more) Shaquan is most known for his role as "Marcel" in family channel's hit series "The next step" some of his other credits are : Rookie Blue, Dual Suspects, Disney's How to Build a Better Boy, Cw network's Backpackers , Directv's Rogue and many more. You can currently catch Shequan on stage in The Arts Club production, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical at the Stanley Theatre.

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