Jennifer Tindall is studying to get her Associate in Fine Arts (AFA) degree in Theatre at Spokane Falls Community College. She then plans on getting her Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in Theatre.
This will be her second year being involved with camps at Spokane Children's Theatre. She directed SCT’s productions of Schoolhouse Rock Live! and co-directed Disney's Tarzan: The Musical.
She has also been seen on the SCT stage performing in shows such as Shrek the Musical, Bye Bye Birdie, Annie, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. She has also performed on stage at Spokane Civic Theatre, Lake City Playhouse, CYT-Spokane, Stage Left Theatre, and SFCC's Spartan Theatre.
She cannot wait to get started working at camps again this year!
Tim Campbell has appeared on stages across the United States. His professional career spans almost 40 years, performing with such companies as Central City Opera, Southern Opera Theater, Tacoma Opera and Pocket Opera to name a few.
His favorite roles include Don Jose (Carmen), Hoffmann (Tales of Hoffmann), Tony (West Side Story) and Tobias (Sweeney Todd).
Tim was the winner of the Montana NATS competition, 2nd runner-up in the National MTNA Auditions, 3rd place in the Regional MET Auditions and winner of the Kurt Adler Incentive Award from San Fransico Opera. Tim also had the privilege of singing the tenor soloist in ST. John's Passion under Robert Shaw.
Currently, Tim teaches private voice at St. George and is the Artistic Director of North West Opera (NOW). As a vocal pedagogue, Campbell's passion is rooted in helping students develop a healthy, efficient, and balanced way of singing for a lifetime of artistry.
Tim holds degrees in Masters in Vocal Performance – University of Texas at Austin and Bachelors in Vocal Performance – University of Montana.
Audrie Pursch has been acting since she was eleven years old, and has been in many productions in the Spokane area.
Audrie is also attending Spokane Falls Community College for her AFA degree, and was assistant director for the fall production at SFCC last quarter.
Miss Audrie was our drama teacher for our kids camps last summer and absolutely loved it because, "It is an honor to be able to teach and to see so many of the kids fall in love with theatre just like I did when I was their age. It's incredibly fun and rewarding!"