Founder of Full Out Dance, is a diverse performer, choreographer and instructor specializing in a variety of dance styles. She is a graduate of Ryerson University’s BFA program, majoring in Theatre Performance and Dance. Her additional dance certifications include, the Canadian Dance Teachers' Association, the Performing Arts Educators of Canada, and the Acrobatic Arts Canada. Lexy is also a qualified dance adjudicator with the Professional Adjudicators Alliance.
Is a talented actor, teacher and director who has been a key member of our team since 2010. She is a graduate of Ryerson Theatre School and the Second City Conservatory program and she has been acting professionally in Toronto for more than 12 years. She holds a Licentiate degree in Speech & Drama from Trinity College in London, England and has taught in various programs throughout the city, including the Avenue Road Arts School and The Toronto Heschel School.
Nominated as “Best Actress” by the Capital Critics Circle for her performance in WAIT UNTIL DARK (Classic Theatre Festival, 2015), Alison Smyth is a Toronto-based actress, yogini and performing arts educator. On faculty for The Players Theatre Company and Flato Markham Theatre, Alison also has her own company: Alison Smyth Performing Arts – which specializes in personal performance and career coaching for those seeking a career in the Arts.
Sam is a stage manager, actor, musician, and director. She recently graduated from Rochester College in Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and a minor in Business. Upon graduation she was honoured with the Outstanding Theatre Award (2018) not only for her exemplary work in stage management, but also for her dedication to research and performance within her thesis.
Is a dancer/actor who recently graduated from Claude Watson Arts program at Earl Haig Secondary School. She has trained for over 15 years in styles such as classical Ballet at The National Ballet School of Canada, performing with them in their annual production of The Nutcracker. Jenna has performed at CIS Dance Fest, The Pulse Dance Convention, Dancers For Cancer Gala, Toronto Argonauts Games and Toronto Raptors Games. As well she starred in The Fringe Festival's "Wanda T. Grimsby, Detective E
Christine Lindo is a Toronto based Musical Theatre performer, teacher and choreographer. She is a graduate of St Clair College’s Musical Theatre Performance program. After graduating, Christine landed a coveted job as a Production Cast Singer for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Eventually she made the decision to return to dry land where she continues to perform as well as teach at First Act Youth Company and choreograph for companies around the city.