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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Raz Mostaghimi (Improvisational Comedy) is an improviser, teacher, writer, and actor. During her time at Portland State University, the theatre department put on her award-winning play entitled Man of the Year about the 1953 coup in Iran. She has more than ten years of experience as an improviser and improv teacher, and is grateful that her love of teaching improv has become a career! When Raz isn't teaching improv at Northwest Academy or Rogue Pack Theatre Collective, you can find her performing improv at Curious Comedy Theatre and going on extended neighborhood walks searching for plants to forage.
Randy (Acting for the Camera) is a writer/director/actor and co-founder of The Collective Theater Company in LA. His plays: Inﬁnity, La Gioconda and Luminous Birch have won him more than a dozen awards. Randy has worked in local film and television, with the L.A. Philharmonic, and as a performer at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. He loves to teach kids and adults the craft of acting for TV, Film and Commercials.
Lily Linz is an actor, performance artist, and visualartist. She studied at Dell'arte international for Physical Theatre and theSchool of the Art Institute of Chicago for performance art. Credits includeDell'arte: Red Light Cabaret(Singer), Fools Delight (Co-creator/Clown),Hollow Palm (Co-creator/performer),Chicago Shakespeare Youth Ensemble Richard III (Queen Margaret), and e ProximityTheatre, in Santa Barbara. She believes the perspective youth bring to this current time is invaluable.
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.
I’m the Executive Director and Writing Facilitator for Rogue Pack.
I hold a BFA in Theatre Arts from NYU and a Masters in Education from San Francisco State University. I have taught children and adults throughout the world, including Spain, Chile, South Africa, Bosnia, and Herzegovina.
I have organized and taught storytelling workshops and performances for underserved populations in the Portland Metro area since 2009. I served on the board of Soroptimist International of Portland whose mission is to improve the lives of women and children around the world, for four years. I currently sit on the board of Echo Theatre Company.
The theatre is a place where all labels can fall away. People can accept each other, no matter their background. Communities can support one another and individuals can feel safe. I want to create that experience for teens today. Especially those that are struggling. Rogue Pack is a place where children are lifted up, so they can be seen and heard.
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