Due to the provincial government’s recent decision to delay March Break, Creativity Camp has been suspended until further notice.


The Thousand Islands Playhouse is delighted to offer a virtual half-day March Break Camp for participants aged 8-10 years old. Creativity Camp will meet on Zoom every morning from 9am-noon (3hrs), where kids will be led through exercises that will have them up on their feet, telling stories, making art, moving, and grooving.

Creativity Camp’s main goal is empowering kids towards unabashed self expression. Our camp facilitators, Sophia and Delaney, are committed to creating a safe and supportive atmosphere where creativity is celebrated and imaginations can run wild.

A typical day at Creativity Camp will include:

•    Drama games and character creation exercises
•    Group storytelling and work with simple puppets
•    Music, movement, and dance
•    Arts and crafts
•    Themed dress-up days like Crazy Hat/Hair Day and Hallowe’en in March Day

We know the pandemic has been hard on the young people in our lives, so we are working to make Creativity Camp extra special. Each participant will be sent a GOODY BAG containing simple costume and prop pieces, as well as arts and crafts supplies. With parental consent, we will also be recording elements of Creativity Camp and editing a compilation video so families and friends can get a sneak peek at what we’ve created.


•    Dates: Monday March 15 to Friday March 19 from 9am-noon (3 hours).
•    Time will be allotted for a snack break mid-morning.
•    Ages: 8-10 years old.
•    Small group size: 10 participants with 2 facilitators.


About the Facilitators

Sophia Fabiilli is the Associate Artistic Director of the Thousand Islands Playhouse and currently oversees TIP’s new Education Department. Through her work at the Playhouse she is teaching Acting, Playwriting, and Creative Writing. Sophia is also a trained actor who has worked extensively in theatres across the province. She is also an award-winning playwright and screenwriter; Sophia recently wrote on the Emmy Award winning kids TV series Odd Squad Mobile Unit (TVO/TBS).

Delaney Lathigee is a passionate Theatre Educator completing her final year of studies at the Queen’s University Faculty of Education. As a student, she appeared in many University productions throughout her Undergraduate program, including The Drowsy Chaperone (2019). An experienced camp leader and school teacher, Delaney has taught Drama in Ontario, BC, and in England. This past summer, she migrated her practice to an online space as a program creator and instructor of Sandbox: The Online Theatre Company, where she gained fantastic insight into teaching Drama through a digital platform.