Favourite Colour: Teal
Favourite Princess: Belle
Favourite Song: “I Can Go The Distance” from “Hercules”
Alysa always had a passion for the performing arts. Countless hours of footage on her parent's video camera can attest to the fact that her desire to perform started at a very young age.
Upon completing her high school education, she enrolled in a post-secondary Theatre Arts program at Sheridan College, and graduated with honours in 2005. She then switched gears and continued on to Queen’s University in Kingston, graduating in 2009 with an honours degree in Dramatic Arts and English Literature and Language, and a Bachelor of Education degree with teachables in Drama and English in 2010.
Once she graduated, she decided to pursue her dream of being a professional actor and became a full ACTRA member in 2015. Since then, she has starred in several feature films and made various television, and commercial appearances on major networks including Netflix, NBC, Super Channel, TMN, Discovery and CTV. She can also be found on stage regularly at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament as Queen Maria Isabella.
As much as she loves acting, her second passion has always been working with children, especially in the arts. For several years, she worked as a children's entertainer in Toronto, playing various Princesses, Fairies, and PopStars for countless children all over the GTA, until she decided to branch off and launch her own business endeavor, Inspiring Imaginations.
Her combined experience with children and live performance makes her the perfect addition to any event, and she would be thrilled to have the opportunity to bring a magical experience to your child's special occasion!
Favourite Colour: Purple
Favourite Princess: Jasmine
Favourite Song: “Colours of the Wind” from “Pocahontas”
Krystina works professionally in the entertainment industry as a dancer, actor, and performer. She was dancing before she could walk and upon graduating from high school, realized that being a performing artist was the only thing she really wanted to do. That, and to one day become a princess. After training at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts and graduating from their Post Secondary Triple Threat College Program in 2010, Krystina pursued work both on stage and on camera. Her credits include work in Theatre, Musical Theatre, Dance, Film/Television, Commercial, and Music Video productions. Krystina also performs regularly as a dancer and acrobat for a variety of entertainment agencies in Toronto.
Aside from performing, Krystina enjoys sharing her passion with children as a Dance Instructor and Choreographer. She has experience working with students as young as 3 years old and absolutely loves encouraging their individual creativity. One of her favourite things to do is sing along to all the Disney songs she gets play in class.
Krystina has always believed that dreams really do come true. She is thrilled to finally introduce herself as Princess Krystina and cannot wait to inspire the imaginations of all the little Princes and Princesses she gets to meet.
Favourite Colours: Green and Purple
Favourite Princess: Ariel, Anna, and Merida
Favourite Song: “Gaston” from “Beauty and the Beast”
Jenna was born and raised in Calgary Alberta. She left home at 18 years old to pursue her passion for the dramatic arts. In 2015 she graduated with a BA in Theatre from The University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Since then she has been working in the entertainment industry; a decision that brought her to Toronto.
She’s so excited to be working with Inspiring Imaginations. Jenna’s worked with children in theatre before, and cannot wait to use her skills to make your child’s birthday special!
Favourite Colour: Purple
Favourite Princess: Elsa
Favourite Song: “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana”
Laura Tremblay is essentially a jill of all trades – singer, songwriter, actor, writer, director and producer. She studied dramatic arts at Queen’s University in Kingston, ON and has a degree in Early Childhood Education from Georgian College in Orillia, ON. Tremblay taught Senior Kindergarten for 2 years before she decided to pursue her dream in the arts. She now has an array of film and television roles to her credit, including The Expanse (Syfy/Space Channel), Ben-Hur (2016; Paramount Pictures), Fugue (Indiecan Entertainment), The Cocksure Lads (Spiral Entertainment) and many more. She also had a leading role in the highly-acclaimed touring stage production of Evil Dead: The Musical and will be joining the cast as Vivienne in Legally Blonde the Musical at Stage West Calgary in Spring 2018. Laura is thrilled to be a team member of Inspiring Imaginations, which allows her to combine both of her passions of performing and working with children.
Favourite Colour: Blue
Favourite Princess: Ariel
Favourite Song: “Friend Like Me” from “Aladdin”
Madison was raised in the small town of Acton, Ontario, where she began dancing and singing from a young age. Throughout her years of dancing and performing she also took to teaching - planning, costume designing and choreographing routines for up to 12 classes per week, with classes ranging from 3-16 years old. She is a graduate of Sheridan College’s Performing Arts Preparation program, where she co-directed, co-choreographed and performed in a student created Canadian music revue. (2015) Madison is also a recent graduate of the Randolph College Triple Threat Program, where she took the stage for the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival in Caryl Churchill's Love and Information, (Directed by Andrea Donaldson) and Moll, a new Canadian musical by Leslie Arden and Cathy Elliott (Directed by Tamara Bernier Evans) (2017) Madison is beyond thrilled to be a part of the Inspiring Imaginations team, and cannot wait to make every party a special one!
Favourite Colour: Blue
Favourite Superhero: My Dad, but Batman is a close second.
Desired Super Power: To morph into different people.
Andrew has been acting in theatre and film since the age of 10. Some of his theatre credits include: Wizard of Oz, Music Man, Annie, Oliver, and Wedding Singer the Musical (Stage West - Calgary). Andrew also has an extensive film resume. His notable credits include: Get Over It (2001) starring Kirsten Dunst and Mila Kunis, Covert Affairs (2010), Mayday (2017) and Canada's Smartest Person (2014).
Favourite Colour: Blue
Favourite Superhero: Spider-Man
Desired Super Power: The power to control stress and reverse aging.
Gabriel is a Toronto actor and entertainer. He was locally raised, but internationally driven. He received his education at Ryerson University, and also trained in on-camera technique with Walter Alza.
Currently, Gabriel is pursuing a career in film/television, and occasionally models for different designers. He is a huge admirer of cinema and networking with industry personnel. His most recent credits include: Blue Christmas (Humber College), Is Everybody Happy? (Jats Film), and The Secretary (Adrian Keats Productions Inc.).
Gabriel also boasts years of experience in live children's entertainment. Drawing from his fandom of Superheroes and fantasy, he has performed as all of the greats; Spider-Man, Batman, Captain America, Jack Sparrow and TONS more. He also loves dressing up as various mascots and can't wait to bring the magic to your child's special day!
Favourite Colour: Green
Favourite Superhero: Batman
Desired Super Power: To have a kangaroo-style pouch that endlessly generates gourmet sandwiches.
Steve Hobbs is an actor/comedian/writer and a long-time Toronto improviser. A graduate of the Second City Conservatory sketch and longform programs, he’s known for his stage performances in hit shows like Toronto Fringe's “Behold the Barfly!” (2016, 5N’s – Now Magazine), the Secret Sessions "Anchorman" Film Experience, and in the co-written/produced Fringe show “Everything Is Fine” (2014, 4N’s – Now Magazine, 4.5 stars – The Torontoist). In improv, he's known for past shows like the James Bond-themed “Double Oh!” show, Impatient Theatre Co. headliners “El Fantoma”, and has been featured internationally in various comedy festivals (Detroit Improv Festival, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, NYC’s Del Close Marathon, etc). On-screen, he was most recently seen in CBC's "Canada: the Story of Us". Off-stage, he’s been a satiric writer for The Second City Network, CBC Punchline and the Beaverton, as well as co-wrote the 48 hour film project 2016 finalist “Fumbled". He's taught a wide variety of classes and improv workshops at Second City, and can be found teaching in various comedy/arts programs around Toronto.