Eden Philp is a professional actor, drama facilitator, and film and television acting coach. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Performance, and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology she has taught drama and on camera acting to students age three to adult for over fifteen years. Highlights of Eden’s teaching career include: delivering a two week Arts Umbrella, arts outreach program at Prince Rupert’s Roosevelt Park Elementary School, she led a demonstration class to a team of administrators and educators from Manchester, England, Eden presented a workshop exploring how drama can be integrated in all subjects at the National Learning Through the Arts Conference in Toronto, and taught a national Media Literacy Program. She has also been a workshop leader for the “Teaching from the Heart Program” for student teachers at the University of British Columbia.
Some of Eden’s favorite acting credits include: The Watermelon Girls (Amira Productions/Vancouver Fringe), Muncha Buncha Munsch (Citadel Theatre), The Tempest (Globe Theatre), The Glass Menagerie (Poor Man’s Shakespeare Coop), My Sister in this House (Naked Goddess Productions), and The Canterville Ghost (Raymond Burr Theatre).