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Terri Crain Goodman

A Sycamore native, soprano Terri Crain Goodman, graduated from Sycamore High School in 1982 and earned degrees in Vocal Music and Music Education from N.I.U. She taught K-12 general and choral music and directed theatre in the Mt. Morris, Oregon and Sycamore school districts for 26 years. Even after leaving teaching music in the schools, she continues to maintain a private voice studio and is currently the PR Specialist at Bill White’s C.A.R. Hospital.

Goodman is extremely active in the theater, having directed, music directed, produced and held starring roles in numerous plays and musicals over the past 40 years. She has worked with theatre groups from Naperville, Wheaton, Freeport, Dixon and Sycamore and was honored in 2014 to be a SCOTY Award recipient from Stage Coach Players in DeKalb. She is currently serving on the Stage Coach Marketing Committee and is cast in the role of Mrs. Lovett in the upcoming October production of “Sweeney Todd.”

Goodman has been a member of the Sycamore Pumpkin Festival Committee since 2015 and is the current Parade Chair. She and her husband, Ken Goodman, Sycamore High School band director, have one daughter, Alise. She is thrilled to be performing with the DeKalb Municipal Band for the 12th time.




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