Christina Harris (Founder/Director) has taught acting and dance classes for kids and adults for over 20 years. As a professional actor and plus-size dancer, she has performed around the country and on television. Most recently Christina was the winner of the hit TLC dance competition, Master of Dance, earning her the title of the same name. As the drama teacher at the Frostig School in Pasadena, Christina has the opportunity to work with kids grades K-12 to enhance their academic curriculum and instill a love of the arts for all her students.
Matthew Herrmann (Instructor) is the founder and president of Soda Pop Revisited, a music and arts festival that provides regional artists a platform to showcase their talent alongside nationally and internationally known acts. Mr. Herrmann was an advisor for Indiana’s Signature High School’s musical theater department as well as the beloved French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts, where he directed over 35 productions. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design and the Groundlings, Mr. Herrmann continued his stage work by originating characters in the Los Angeles’ cult hits Prairie-oke, and Are You There God? It’s Me, Karen Carpenter. He recently produced the New York Premiere of JACK: the life of JFK and is currently in developments on a production with the Grind Arts Company to be presented, in conjunction, with Princeton University.