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  • *NEW* Audition Camp (Entering Grades 9-12)

    This camp is designed for those interested in improving their stage acting, singing and performance skills outside of involvement in the High School shows. The emphasis will be on being “present” and telling stories effectively. Guest theater teaching artists will come in throughout the week to work with participants. Participants will be assigned monologues and scenes to work on during the week. Those interested in a focus on musical performance will be assigned an audition song to refine their singing and performance skills. A showcase performance will take place for all at the end of the week.
  • *NEW* Trolls 2 Musical Theater Camp (ages 4-8)

    What happens when you discover there are more troll worlds beyond your own? Come join this epic quest to unite them all in this musical theater camp. Learn the music and choreography from Trolls 2 and put together our own musical. Everyone will learn how to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak your lines, block a scene, develop your character and more. Play 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 beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class.
  • Conservatory Theater Camp (entering grade 6-9)

    Conservatory theater is advanced theater and performance training, all are welcome. Focus on all disciplines of theater: preparation, movement, vocals, character study, stage combat and daily improvisation. Learn what it is like to be a professional actor, from the dynamics and protocols of auditions through the rehearsal process and performance. Explore how life skills vital to success can be found in acting including communication, high level listening skills, an awareness and control on how you are perceived, and collaboration and cooperation with others. Please bring snack and a beverage each day. The camp is run like a professional theater production, leading up to a final end-of-week performance. Family and friends are invited to attend the final performance on the Friday of camp week at 11:30 am.
  • Descendants 3 Musical Theater (Ages 6-11)

    New villains are stirring up trouble in Auradon. Help to bring order back to the kingdom with a musical. Everyone will learn how to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak your lines, block a scene, develop your character and more. Play creative games with scarves, animals and parachutes. Play 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 beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class.
  • Prairie Fire Children's Theater- Peter Pan (ages 7-16)

    Date Change Since Publication 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. Students will be performing Peter Pan. The case will include: Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, Nana the Dog, the Lost Kids, the Crocodile, the Beasts, the Pirates, and the Indians. On Monday, all actors/actresses will audition and be assigned a part, no experience necessary. Everyone will receive a part and get to perform! Auditions will take place on Monday from 1-3 pm, with select roles staying until 5:15 pm. 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. 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. 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 requested to assist with ticket sales and makeup application before each show. Tickets are $4 for adults, $2 for youth and seniors. See both shows for a reduced price of $6 for adults, $4 for youth and seniors.
  • Snow Queen Musical Theater (ages 4-8)

    What happens when the Snow Queen and her friends venture far from their kingdom to find the truth to their icy past? Find out in this spectacular class. Learn music and choreography from your favorite frozen sequel and create our own musical. Everyone will learn how to put together a professional show from start to finish. Learn how to properly speak your lines, block a scene, develop your character and much more. We will 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 a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class.