Rogue Pack is the 2022 recipient of the Mary Brand theatre for youth award. Funds from the award will be used to create a film written and performed by our RP youth. SPRING SESSION REGISTRATION is here: youth ages 9-14 can join RPC's Acting for the Camera Intensive taught by Randy Schulman. Go to The Collective NOW for details!
We facilitate writing and performance instruction where youth write their stories, devise a script, and create a show culminating in a public performance, as both performers and behind-the-scenes technicians.
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Our outreach program for underserved, disconnected and low income youth.
Paid classes that directly support the community outreach of The Pack.
Rogue Pack is an outstanding theatre program... [RP] classes have connected with middle school youth who typically have a hard time feeling successful at school. The curriculum is rigorous and exciting and I hope to keep them working with our students.
Sun School at Jason Lee Elementary
(What helped me learn the most was) we got to play games and learn new techniques here. And my teacher because she had amazing ideas to help us practice and then we had a performance. And doing all the fun activities and learning to work together. - Lucia
RPC Improvisational comedy student
The most wonderful thing about Acting for the Camera were the students and teacher Randy because it was a fun time working with them. My proudest moment was when I performed because I got to show what I learned over time. - Alisa
RPC Acting for the Camera student
A raw and heartbreaking show that cast a bright, unfiltered light on the young adults living on city streets.
Oregonian Staff Writer
Rogue Pack was a great benefit to the youth giving them not only school credit but the opportunity to learn skills such as communication and team building that can help them to be successful when they return to their communities.
Multnomah County Department of Community Justice
Throughout the sessions, we watch our youth visibly grow and change to be more comfortable with themselves, build skills to make healthy connections with others, and use art as a way to process their life experiences.
Boys and Girls Aid
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