Dove In A Hurricane 4:400:00/4:40
The Right Place 4:170:00/4:17
What Will We Do? 3:280:00/3:28
Down This Road 3:530:00/3:53
The Power To Believe 4:580:00/4:58
The Woman You Need 4:100:00/4:10
Second Chance 4:140:00/4:14
Blossom in the Dust 5:050:00/5:05
Web Of Dreams 4:230:00/4:23
Through It All 3:320:00/3:32
On Her Way 3:400:00/3:40
One Love 3:500:00/3:50
Wish for Rain 3:540:00/3:54
Kristen Short -
Kristen Short is a singer/songwriter who has been writing, performing and producing heartfelt, multi-genre original music since 1991. She has written and produced over 50 songs and released the following original music CDs on her independent label, Sea Siren Records®:
“Blossom in the Dust” (1998)
“Dove in a Hurricane” (2000)
“The Loan” (2007)
“Water Lily Waits: Music for Movement & Meditation” (2007, with Kathy Gracenin and Rusty Wiltjer)
“Chairs” (2011, dedicated to The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing)
“Smile” (2014, in memory of Vivian St. Onge)
See the “Chairs” music video and other performance footage on the YouTube Sea Siren Music Channel.
She is currently writing and recording her fifth full-length original music CD.
Kristen Short is also an actor and community theater producer in Maine. Performance credits include:
“The Road To Eden’s Ridge: The Musical” written/directed by Sally Jones and Steve Jones, adapted from novel by M. L. Rose (2012, Oxford Hills Music & Performing Arts Association production - OHMPAA, as Maudie and Yankee Chorus).
“Accent on Murder,” murder mystery dinner theater written/directed by Kenn Sawyer (2013, OHMPAA production as Monique the Maid/Evelyn Steinwald, with French and Brooklyn accents).
“Seussical The Musical,” by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, directed by Andrew Scott Turner (2014, Oxford Hills Community Broadway Musical, as Who, Hunch, chorus).
“See How They Run,” British comedy by Philip King, directed by Kenn Sawyer, produced by Kristen Short and Richard McIntire (2014, OHMPAA production, as Penelope Toop).
“HONK! The Musical,” by Stiles and Drewes, directed by Carol Jones (2014, OHMPAA production as Henrietta the Hen).
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," musical by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, directed by Kenn Sawyer (November 2015 OHMPAA production, as Geminae).
"The Wizard of Oz," musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, directed by Andrew Scott Turner. (April 2016, Oxford Hills Maine Community Musical production as Glinda the Good Witch).
"Our Town," by Thornton Wilder, directed by Tom Littlefield (June 2016 OHMPAA production, as Professor Willard and other characters).
"The Game's Afoot,"by Kenn Ludwig, directed by Corrine Turner (August 2016, OHMPAA production, as Madge Giesel).
"Into the Woods," musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, directed by Andrew Scott Turner (November 2016 OHMPAA production, as Cinderella's Mother and the Lady Giant).
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," one act opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, directed by Cynthia Reedy and Karen Chapman (December 2016 OHMPAA production, as shepherdess).
"The Drowsy Chaperone," musical by Lambert, Morrison, Martin and Kellar, directed by Andrew Scott Turner (November 2017 OHMPAA production, as Trix the Aviatrix and ensemble).
"Cinderella," musical by Rodgers & Hammerstein, directed by Andrew Scott Turner (April 2018 Oxford Hills Community Broadway Musical production, as Queen Constantina).
"Little Shop of Horrors," musical by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman (November 2018 OHMPAA production, as a show producer and Customer).
"Godspell," musical by Stephen Schwartz (November 2019 OHMPAA production, show co-producer).
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Kristen Short is a breast cancer survivor and in 2012 she founded the 501(c)(3) cancer support charity, Short Folks For Hope Foundation. She was the recipient of the 2012 Amgen Breakaway from Cancer Survivor Award at the Dempsey Challenge, fundraising event for cancer care organization The Dempsey Center of Lewiston, Maine. She dedicated her song "Chairs" to the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing (now named The Dempsey Center), and song proceeds benefit The Dempsey Center and Short Folks For Hope Foundation. (See the "Chairs" video on the Youtube Sea Siren Music Channel or on the video page on this website.)
The mission of Short Folks For Hope Foundation is to empower, encourage and celebrate cancer warriors with our special projects:
The Vivian St. Onge Memorial Rickshaw Team - Enabling cancer warriors to experience the joy and exhilaration of charity cycling events with team pedicab drivers);
The Hope Bear Project (providing Hope Bears and Encouragement Packs to cancer patients to bring comfort and foster hope);
Wishes For Hope (creatively fulfilling little wishes for cancer patients);
Furries For Hope and Supers For Hope (bringing smiles to kids with life-threatening illnesses with visits to respite camps, charity and community events with our Furry Ambassador Lagoona the Dutch Angel Dragon and friends, and our superheroes and special characters);
Youth Ambassadors For Hope (motivating, guiding and providing opportunities for youth to be creative, compassionate members of our communities, and recognizing outstanding charitable efforts by youth).
We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
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Kristen is also a writer of poetry, prose and historical fiction. Her story, “Boceifus” was published in Dr. Bernie Siegel’s latest book, “Love, Animals and Miracles,” which was released September 2015.
For booking information for Singer/Songwriter Kristen Short and her musical group, Sea Siren Trio, please visit the contact section of this website.
Kristen Short Businesses:
"One of Maine's most promising songwriters..."
Good Times Magazine