Meet the #RoseneathAtHome instructors!
Storytelling and Acting Camps
Cameron is a writer, producer, director and actor. At the age of eighteen Cameron was scouted by Ford Models New York and consequently spent the next seven years as an international model working for clients such as Cosmo, Ralph Lauren, Elle, and Vogue in Paris and New York. Following her fashion career, she went on to obtain her theatre and teaching degrees. She has published academic articles and co-authored a dramatic arts textbook “Dramaworks” which has had Canada wide sales. Cameron completed her Masters of Arts at OISE and has been involved in speaking at conferences such as UNICEF that address equity arts initiatives in education. After a twelve-year position as a high school educator and theatre department head, Cameron recently started a production company with the goal of producing content that explores the intricacies of relationships in all their forms. She an is OCT certified teacher and has taught on both the YRDSB and TDSB. Cameron also works as a set teacher on many film and TV productions in the city.
Drag Style Camp
Depending on who I need to be that day I have two different names; Taite Lehov the developmental psychologist, special needs worker, and Alissa Brink the drag queen. I graduated from UofT OISE’s master’s program in 2019 and since then have continued my work with neurodevelopmental disorders as well as being an advocate for queer issues in Toronto. I have been a drag queen for 2 years in Toronto performing for all different crowds of people, from gay bars to coffee shops to rock venues Alissa has been everywhere.
Being an instructor for the Roseneath Drag Camp is the most beautiful opportunity for me to combine these two parts of my life, having the opportunity to help the next generation open their minds to all kinds of art and expression is truly magical for me.
Armon Ghaeinizadeh is a Toronto based dancer, actor and award-winning choreographer. Productions Armon has choreographed in the city of Toronto would include; Electra, Hairspray, The IrRational Trilogy, DEEP END, and CINDERELLA A Musical Pantomime. Armon has also been choreographing and teaching dance with the Only Human Dance Collective at the University of Toronto since 2016 choreographing for productions including MOSAIC, ONCE UPON A TIME, ELEMENTS, and RIPPLE. As the Artistic Director of New Story Productions, Armon has also taught and lead multiple community building dance and movement workshops for people of all backgrounds and ages.
Devon is a graduate from Queen’s University with Bachelor of Arts Honours in Dramatic Arts. She has also recently graduated from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto with a Master in Teaching. Devon has 10+ years of dance and performance experience. She is passionate about arts education, and youth engagement in the arts.
Devon has previously taught the dance camp for at home program and is excited to have worked with Roseneath.
Dungeons & Dragons and How to Train Your Dungeon Master
Bret has been a nerd of everything involving fantasy novels, movies, and video games. He started with making small stories to share with his local Dungeons and Dragons players. Since then, he has been working with several Tabletop Roleplaying Systems creating adventures for beginners and experts alike. During his education for Science and Technology Studies at York University, he began to work with Roseneath Theatre developing DND series, How To Train Your Dungeon Master, and other TTRPG events.
Working with tabletop has been a transformative experience throughout the years and have increased reading comprehensions, mental math, literacy, foundations of theatre, and teamwork. All of this would not be possible without the love and support of fellow family and friends along with Roseneath Theatre. The adventure never ends!