Sarah Clemency (improv, comedy, musical theater) has her B.A. in music and theater from Monmouth University. Her concentration was in voice. She took many courses in education and childhood psychology. Sarah has been teaching vocal and piano lessons for over seven years. Currently, she is a performer at the Philly Improv Theater and teaches for the kids and teens program. She also performs for StoryUp, which is an interactive children's theater. Sarah approaches every student differently to fit their way of learning to maximize creativity and progress.

 


Dave Ebersole (playwriting, drama, storytelling)has been a theater director in the greater Philadelphia area for over fifteen years. Having served as associate artistic director for HATG Theater Company, resident director for Theatre For Transformation, and artistic director for Diversion Productions. His plays have been produced by Casabuena Cultural Productions, The Independent Voices Festival, GAYFest!, The Ithaca Fringe Festival, Stagecrafters Theater, The Las Vegas Fringe Festival, Spotlight Theatre, and PCS. Dave made his debut as a comic book writer with DASH published by Northwest Press. Other companies he’s written for include A Wave New World, Grey Haven Comics, and One Shot Horror. He holds a BA in Theater Arts from Temple University and an MFA in Writing for the Stage and Screen from Point Park University. He lives outside Philadelphia with his Yorkie Ernie.


Kate McGrath (improv, playwriting, drama) is an award-winning thespian with a passion for teaching the dramatic arts. She earned her BA in Dramatic Art at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and obtained a MA in Theatre from Villanova. Her list of credits is lengthy. It include teaching acting and improvisation at Wolf Performing Arts Center, After School Activities Partnerships, Family Stages, Walnut Street Theatre, Walking Fish Theatre, Creative Clubhouse, ArtSpace Lansdowne, Montgomery County Heart of the Arts, Holy Child Academy, and at The Shipley School. She also teaches play-writing with Philadelphia Young Playwrights and Theatre Horizon. In addition, Kate is a published and produced playwright and she spent years touring the country as an actor and performing with improv groups at a variety of venues. She excels as a teacher and loves transferring her talents and knowledge of theatre to students of all ages.