Stephanie Herrera’s work in the arts has led to nominations for a Latin American Achievement Award and a Canadian Comedy Award. In 2012 she won the “Business for the Arts” award from the Scugog Arts Council, the “Business of the Year” award from the Durham Home and Small Business Association, and the Creative Arts Award for “Best Entertainment” in Durham Region.

Stephanie has performed in a plethora of theatre, improv and sketch shows, including “Tony and Tina’s Wedding” at Second City and as a main-stage performer of TheatreSports Toronto. She was the co-host on the Rogers TV show “Hurry up love” and was the community producer and host of “Stephanie’s Comedy Chat” as well as “A night of Comedy with Colin Mochrie”.

Stephanie recently expanded her Improv school and now, (with a roster of 4 additional teachers), she is officially an “Acting Studio” where they continue their Interactive Dinner Theatre and Improv shows as well as workshops for kids, adults, corporations and schools in all forms of comedy, stage, film and TV.

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