Directors

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Claire Rouleau and Erin Winsor trained together at Sheridan College in the Music Theatre Performance Program.
 
They have combined their shared love of the arts with their passion for connecting people of all ages in a positive and educational way, that is meaningful to all generations.

Erin Winsor

Erin Winsor is a graduate of Sheridan College: Music Theatre Performance Program. After two years as a Child and Youth Care Worker with Key Assets followed as a Private Home Care Worker through Eastern Health, Erin now is working as an administrative assistant for NL Housing & Homelessness Network. She is currently studying Executive Administration at the College of the North Atlantic by distance while working towards building Old School. Erin has remained active in Newfoundland theatre since graduating in 2013; she has worked with companies such as Rising Tide Theatre and Spirit of Newfoundland. Erin is well known for her portrayal of Mary Poppins with Theatre St. John's and Eponine in Atlantic Light's production of Les Miserables. Erin has organized, hosted, and performed in two fundraisers for The Singing Legionnaires and worked at Kenny's Pond's Retirement Residence as a Dance Fitness Instructor to help keep the residents active and involved. Erin has a rare skill of building a special rapport with older adults and children. Her hope is to continue to bring her love of the arts into their lives to build creativity and maintain happiness.

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Claire Rouleau

Claire Rouleau is an artist-educator and performer passionate about engagement through the arts. Claire holds a B.A in Child and Youth Studies from Brock University and a diploma in Music Theatre Performance from Sheridan College. Claire has had the opportunity to perform professionally from one end of the country to the other, finding a home in St. John’s Newfoundland. She currently occupies the position of Creative and Performing Arts program lead at MAX arts, athletics and wellness and is co-founder of Old School Intergenerational Projects with collaborator Erin Winsor. Notable work experience includes two years as a resident artist-educator, drama school instructor and performer at the Young People’s Theatre in Toronto, managing and creating curriculum for Seedlings, an early childhood development centre in St. Johns, working as an education assistant at The Rooms, and touring seniors homes in Ontario with Smile Theatre. Claire has a wealth of experience fostering collaborative learning environments for the young, and young at heart.
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