Rogue Pack allows youth to find creative tools of expression while helping them discover a common language to better integrate.

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We live in a time of social media. Children are on Tic Toc more than communicating face to face.

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Physical interaction is integral to a child's development. Youth break social barriers through theatre arts by working together towards a common goal, mentoring, and supporting each other regardless of background. Rogue Pack is a vehicle for building connections with the local community through Sellwood Community House.

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Board of Directors

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Myronie McKee

Acting Instructor

Writer/Director

Turner Sato

Director of Marketing

NurseGrid

Alan Miles

Systems Analyst

Bureau of Technology

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Young Portland Speaks!

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Leadership & Advisory Council

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Dr. Claire Poche'

Primary Care and Community Pediatrician

Monica Rocio Leon

Precision Cast Parts, Masters in Engineering

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Collective Instructors

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Paul Stein

Paul Stein

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Paul Stein has directed and produced plays, comedy events and solo shows in theaters and festivals across the United States, Canada and Europe. Formerly an Executive Producer for Comedy Central, Mr. Stein supervised over 1,600 live stage presentations. Paul teaches playwriting, sketch comedy writing, solo performance, and technical theater production in PDX with The Actors Conservatory, Portland Community College and Kickstand Comedy.

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Jaqueline MacDonald

Jaqueline MacDonald

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has performed in London, Edinburgh, and the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon. She’s done theatre in NYC, Seattle, SF Bay Area, N. California, and Portland and several independent films in NYC and Portland. Her most recent role was Death/Beggarwoman in Blood Wedding at Shaking the Tree Theatre. In addition to acting, she has taught acting,improvisation, and  has written, devised,and directed projects in the US and Great Britain. She is currently preparing a solo production.

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Thomas Sepulveda

Thomas Sepulveda

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A local actor, he graduated from Portland State University with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Arts. Roles he’s played are Casimar in the Bag &Baggage production of Red Velvet and Mario in the premiere reading of Christopher Oscar Peña’s new play Our Orange Sky at Profile Theatre and at Milagro Theatre in their world premiere production of City Without Altar. Thomas hopes to help others find the spark of creation his drama teacher nurtured in him when he was younger. 

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Andrea Parsons

Andrea Parsons

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Andrea began choreographing and performing as a young age. As an adult she danced 11seasons with Northwest Dance Project and choreographed for the project company and students. Passionate about storytelling, she has self-produced three solo shows that combine dance and physical theater. She will present her latest work, You Can’t Be Serious, in November 2023. She also teaches and choreographs contemporary dance and is on faculty at Pacific University.

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Rae Davis, he/they

Rae Davis, he/they

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Rae’s passion for storytelling comes from his innate desire to nurture human connection and foster curiosity about, and compassion for, one another. With a BFA in Acting, Rae’s most prominent artistic expression is submerging himself into imaginary scenarios, performing in stage productions,to investigate the human psyche and ways we can delve into mental health,creating tools to interact with ourselves and one another with self-worth and integrity.

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Rachael Himsel

Rachael Himsel

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Rachael Himsel earned a BA in musicfrom DePauw University and a master’s in art education from Indiana University.Rachael is also a mental health advocate and co-founded Project STAY, a suicideprevention organization that focuses on training people inpeer-to-peer intervention and using the arts for self-expression. She isthrilled to be part of the current Creative Revolution and helping childrendiscover and develop their talents at Rogue Pack.

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Myronie McKee

Myronie McKee

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When not ironing her husband’s tube socks or flossing her cat’s teeth, Myronie loves watching others succeed and fail at improv. She has her Master's in Spiritual Development and when not acting, loves to direct productions for local theaters. Her last role on stage was playing  Auoda in Around the World in 80 Days just before quarantine started.. You might also spot her in the occasional commercial thanks to her agent. Her greatest joy comes from helping people finding their own voice.

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Ann Singer (she/her)

Ann Singer (she/her)

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Is the Executive Director and founder of Rogue Pack. She holds a BFA in Theatre from NYU and a Masters in Education from San Francisco State. Ann has taught children and adults throughout the world, including Spain, Chile, South Africa, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. She has taught storytelling workshops and performances for underserved populations in the Portland Metro area since 2009. She served on the board of Soroptimist International and Echo Theater. Currently she sits on the board of the SMBA.

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Sustaining Donors

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Rosemary Gould

Since 2016

Jane Babcock Hewett

Since 2017

Maxwell Gottfried

Since 2018

Charlotte Rubin

Since 2019

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