Hillorie Schrock graduated from California State University Fresno with a Bachelor's degree in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. She currently teaches American Sign Language at Northwest Christian High School and has nearly 20 years of signing experience.
Genevieve Morris graduated from Eastern University with a BA in Dance in 2006. She has been teaching all levels of classes throughout Pennsylvania from 2001-2018. Genevieve, her husband Jed and 3 children moved from Philadelphia to Phoenix in July 2018. Read More
Michele Trent and her husband, Bob, were founding players in SCRAPS Improv, Spontaneous Creations Requiring Audience Participation. When Michele is not on stage or behind a microphone, she loves helping people tell their life stories through spoken word.
Bob Trent is excited to return to improv comedy after being a founding member of SCRAPS Improv and performing with ComedySportz. When he is not on stage, Bob loves to travel and workout. Read More
Eric Gagnier is a multi-talented artist who loves Creative Engineering and Design. Over the last 12 years his professional titles included Creative Director, Graphic Designer, Director of Visual Communication and even Front-end Developer. Read More
Jenna Wilson is a college student in Tennessee, originally from Phoenix, Arizona. She started dancing at 9 years old at L.A. Dance. She received studio-wide awards during three of her years at L.A. Dance including Dancer of the Year. Read More
Guitar & Upper Strings
Having spent 17 years in Nashville, TN, as an artist, musician, and songwriter, Jonathan Lawson has had the fortune of bringing music to hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.
Angie started taking classical ballet at age 5, and despite her extreme shyness quickly fell in love with the performance arts, especially modern and interpretative dance forms. She soon excelled as a company member, choreographer, and instructor at several competitive studios in Texas. Read More
Voice & Piano
Katie Brown is a Phoenix native who is passionate about music and people. She joins the Copper Hills Center of the Arts as an Instructor in Piano and Contemporary Voice. Katy has taught piano and voice for 7 years, guiding over 60 students in the Valley. Her biggest joy is watching young minds become aware of the beauty of art, and giving them tools to create it.
Amanda Ratkovich has loved all things creative since she was very young. She spent most of her childhood painting and sketching fashion illustrations. She fell in love with sewing and decided to combine her love for drawing and sewing. Amanda studied Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles and graduated with honors in 2013. Read More
Director & Piano
Cathy began studying music at 5 years old and has 30 years experience with private piano lessons. She studied piano, voice, flute and violin, performed in award winning Marching Bands and Choirs, and performed in fun ensembles like Wire Choir throughout her childhood and teen years. Read More
Drums & Percussion
Jonathan Withem started drumming at the age of five. His professional drumming career began as a teenager performing with orchestras, jazz groups, and rock bands throughout California. In 2012, he received his BA in Music from California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo. Read More
After graduating in music performance from the University of Colorado, cellist Jennifer Cox completed her master’s degree in performance from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, OH, studying with world-renowned cellist, Yehuda Hanani. Read More
Mark Stoddard holds an MA in Educational Theater from New York University, and has taught all aspects of theater for colleges, high schools, conferences, workshops, and numerous summer camp programs over the past 30 years. Read More