A new year is here and we remain committed to giving young people the chance to build valuable skills through musical theatre performance! This year, we’re continuing to adjust to health guidelines with new class options.
Teen Solo & Duet Showcase
This new showcase offers students a chance to hone their individual performance skills through a selection of solos and duets! Music director Mak Kastelic will cast each participant in a piece to explore over the course of this four week, in-person class. Students will practice their vocal skills and learn how to develop a character through song. On the final of the eight sessions, the students will record a socially-distanced, mini-showcase to be shared with family and friends. Please note that in order to maintain a safe distance from one another, each class will be limited to 10 participants.
February 16 – March 11, 2021 at the Broadway Rose New Stage
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Ages: 13 – 18 | Fee: $156 | Register here
Instructor: Mak Kastelic
Teen Ensemble Showcase
In this four-week, in-person class at the Broadway Rose New Stage, a small group of campers will meet twice per week to rehearse a selection of songs. On the final of the eight sessions, the group will perform a socially distanced mini showcase to be recorded and shared with family and friends. Please note that in order to maintain a safe distance from one another, each class will be limited to 10 participants.
February 1 – 23, 2021 at the Broadway Rose New Stage Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Teen Ensemble Showcase is now FULL—waitlist spaces are available! Contact Amaya Santamaria for more information. Ages: 13 – 18 | Fee: $156
Instructor: Mak Kastelic
Meet the Instructor
Mak is a music director and coach working in the local Portland music scene since 2012. He has worked with Broadway Rose Theatre Company, Staged!, Stumptown Stages, Fuse Theater, triangle productions!, Portland and Mt. Hood Community Colleges as a music director, bandleader, and performer. Mak has also worked as a music director for the Episcopal Diocese of Oregon and conducts private music coaching online. On the side, Mak runs about in the psych-rock scene with local band Queen Chief as principal arranger and keyboardist. Mak recently graduated from Mt. Hood Community College with a degree in Environmental Science and Safety, and hopes to pursue a career protecting the environment from pollution and abuse.