The summer of 2012 saw Terri-Lyn at Camp Fircom, where she created an original play, Land of the Cast-A-Ways, with a cast of 43 children from 6 to 17 years old. Land of the Cast-A-Ways, was a roaming play, in which the audience moved with the actors from scene to scene staged on beaches, a cliff side, the forest, and nestled into a valley of ferns. Land of the Cast-A-Ways featured singing, dance pieces, sword fights, and a speaking part for every one of the 43 actors. Pure creative magic.
Terri-Lyn has also led workshops for new immigrants to B.C. and people wrestling with addiction and homelessness. Since 2008, Terri-Lyn has been a Kid Start one on one mentor, which helps to coach kids through the game of life.