Improve your acting, singing, dancing, and writing skills as we create all-new, fully-staged shows during our one week summer camps.
Call Holly Goodrich at 503-280-8614 or email email@example.com for more information.
About the instructors
Mark has a degree in Performing & Expressive Arts from Ithaca College in New York. He has performed as an actor, singer, and puppeteer for many northwest theatre companies. He has directed dozens of theatre camps and stage and/or music directed as many musical productions. Currently, Mark teaches private and group lessons in singing and vocal technique (to children and adults). He is the musical theatre instructor at Oregon Children's Theatre and has directed for Northwest Children's Theatre's school outreach program.
Sarah Grace Shewbert
Sarah Grace has a master's in Music from the University of Portland as well as degrees in Music from Portland State and Theatre and English from Concordia University. She has served as musical theatre instructor and accompanist at Oregon Children's Theatre and is the music instructor for and organizer of the MADE for Kids program at Concordia University. Sarah Grace has directed and music directed at Concordia and is currently working on her doctorate in Music at the University of Washington.
About MADE for Kids
MADE for Kids is Music, Art & Drama Education, a community-oriented opportunity for children who live in North and N.E. Portland. Established by Concordia University in 1996, the program is designed to encourage underprivileged children with interactive arts experiences beyond their regular school programs. MADE for Kids incorporates diverse student help from Concordia's theatre, art and elementary education programs. Saturday Arts Carnivals and Summer Camps have featured local artists-in-residence like Will Hornyak and Tears of Joy, while some CU theatre productions and arts activities are Made for Kids. This intergenerational, interscholastic experiment has been supported through grants from the Pamplin Foundation, Herbert Templeton Foundation, Autzen Foundation, Union Pacific Foundation, and the McMenamin Brothers. Recent MADE activities have included Concordia's own Case of the Broken Zoosafone (presented to eight neighboring Elementary schools), Aladdin (Summer Camp), Folk Tales and World Legends (presented at Faubion Elementary classrooms by Concordia education students) and the 2006 original one-act musical Mirror, Mirror, Off the Wall.
MADE for Kids has been made possible in the past by generous grants from The Herbert A Templeton Foundation, The Anne A. Berni Foundation, Wells Fargo and Co., The Wyss Foundation, Union Pacific Foundation, and McMenamins Brothers.
For more information contact Holly Goodrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.