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  • *NEW* Pinocchio Musical Theater Class (ages 4-8)

    What do you wish upon a star? We will choose our own characters, learn music, and choreography from Pinocchio and put together our own musical. Everyone will learn to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak lines, block a scene, develop a character and much more. We’ll also play fun creative games with scarves, animals and parachutes. No experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to observe a special performance the final 30 minutes of the last class.
  • *NEW* Strange World Musical Theater Class (ages 7-11)

    Journey to a strange new world and meet fantastical creatures. Choose your own character, learn lines, songs and dances and put on a show. Everyone will learn to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak lines, block a scene, develop a character and much more. We’ll also play fun creative games with scarves, animals and parachutes. No experience necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and lightweight tennis or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to observe a special performance the final 30 minutes of the last class.
  • Improv Club (Gr. 9-12)

    Students with beginning to advanced theater experience welcome. Short form and long form improv covered. Improv is proven to greatly improve focus and problem solving skills. Final Performances: Friday, March 17, 6 pm show (3-5 pm rehearsal) PAC & Saturday, March 18, at "HUGE" Improv Theater, Uptown, Minneapolis, time TBD.
  • Prairie Fire Children's Theater: The Wizard of Oz (ages 7-16)

    No experience necessary. Everyone will receive a part and get to perform! Prairie Fire Children's Theater Company is returning to Centennial for another great show. This experience in youth theater is open to any child ages 7-16 regardless of experience. Students will perform The Wizard of Oz. The cast will include Dorothy, the Tinman, the Lion, Toto, the Munchkins, Glinda, the Yellow Brick Road, the Monkeys, the Winkies, the Green Guard, the Traders of the Emerald City, the Wizard of Oz, Aunt Em and Uncle Henry. Auditions will take place on Monday from 1-3 pm with select roles staying until 5:15 pm. Please plan on picking your child up at 3 pm, unless you hear differently on Monday afternoon. You will receive a call or text message from Community Education if your child needs to stay. Tuesday - Thursday rehearsals will be from 1-5:15 pm. Your child will receive a schedule on Monday as not all parts need to rehearse for the entire time. On Friday everyone will report at 1 pm and stay through show time. Two performances will be held on Friday at 4:30 pm and 7:30 pm. Actors will have a dinner break from approximately 6-6:45 pm. Parents can send a bag dinner with their child and/or eat dinner with their child on site. Parent volunteers are asked to assist with ticket sales and makeup application before each show. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for youth and seniors. See both shows for a reduced price of $10 for adults, $5 for youth and seniors. Tickets purchased day of performance at the door.