Tue, 08/20/2013 - 11:00am - 11:30am
Dmae Roberts presents a documentary special on Stephen Marc Beaudoin and PHAME. PHAME which is celebrating its 30th anniversary season starting with PHAME IS A CABARET.
Executive director Stephen Marc Beaudoin is also a successful community activist who has been able to produce disaster relief benefits that have raised an amazing amount of donations. His benefit ‘Songs For Haiti’ brought more than $150,000 for Mercy Corps, International. The benefit ‘From Oregon, With Love’ brought in more than $250, 000 for disaster relief after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.Stephen Marc Beaudoin is a talented and respected singer and actor who has performed throughout the country. In Portland, he’s worked with Opera Theater Oregon and Hand2Mouth Theatre to name a few.
We’ll also meet students like Aaron Hobson, Nikki Lane, Pat Hansen and Katie Carlson, artistic director Jessica Dart and music director Matthew Gailey.Beaudoin first saw the PHAME
choir perform at the Haiti benefit concert. He joined the board of the directors and is now the executive director bringing PHAME to a new level of growth.
Hear members of the PHAME choir and staff rehearse for the upcoming four-county tour and performance at the Aladdin Theatre in this ‘Making Change’ documentary special on location at PHAME.
‘Making Change’ was a year-long series about the how artists, performers, writers, innovators and community organizations use creativity for social and cultural change.
It was made possible with funding by the Regional Arts and Culture Council
and individual donors including June Arima & John Schumann Fund of the Equity Foundation. These features and specials will air throughout the year.
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