Imagine IF


A place to build confidence and social skills through theatre and collaborative play
A place for shy kids to safely come out of their shells
A place for energetic kids to focus creatively
A place for everyone to imagine together
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Creatively exploring the stories that surround us.
Play. Share. Discover.
Imagine, together.

Spring 2017 10- week series starts March 25th!
Ralph Thornton Centre, 765 Queen St. East, Toronto
Imagine IF: 4-8 years old Saturdays 10:00am-11:15 am (75 min)

Spring 2017 class dates:
Saturday, March 25th – Saturday, June 10th
(please note there is no class on Sat April 15th and Sat May 20th) 

Register 2 children and receive 10% off. View our fee schedule
New to Imagine IF? Contact us to schedule a trial class!

Imagine IF is a theatre and play-based program that teaches kids to creatively share their stories, create new stories, play and imagine together.

character play

character play

At Imagine IF, young people will participate in art, creative movement, improvisation, character play and storytelling, in addition to mindfulness movement activities. They will learn about themselves, each other and the world around them. Through collaborative creative play, kids will have fun while building communication skills, self-esteem, and greater social awareness.

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Parent testimonial: “Imagine If: Theatre and Creative Play is a fun, interactive and child-centred program. My two children, ages 4 & 6, took part in the program for two seasons and they enjoyed every minute of it! It was a great chance for them to do active play with lots of use of imagination and movement. Every Saturday a new creative theme will be selected and explored with the children using costumes, props and art. As a mom of a shy boy, I wanted him to feel more comfortable with expressing himself and just be silly among friends. The learning space for the children is very safe and the instructors bring experience and an excellent ability and empathy working with children. They appreciate each child’s unique personality and use theatre games to help them flourish.”  ~ Jessica Farias