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  • *NEW* Centennial Alumni Summer Stock Theater -C.A.S.T. (entering grades 6+)

    Former theater alumni and current Centennial theater students (participants do not have to be Centennial students, all are welcome) will perform together for a summer show based on a Shakespeare production (production to be determined). All ages are welcome from middle school to adult. If you may be nervous about Shakespeare each play will have non-speaking and speaking roles so don’t be intimidated. Tech crew will also be needed: lights, sound, props, costuming. Participants can register as actors or tech crew. 11 sessions + dress rehearsal, (dress tech invite), at 2 pm and performance at 6 pm July 29 (friends and family are invited to attend either or both events on the 29th).
  • *NEW* It's Showtime! Disney's Mary Poppins (Entering Grades 2-8)

    No theater experience required - all welcome! Your favorite “practically perfect” nanny takes center stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious adventure. Based on the award-winning Broadway musical and classic Walt Disney film, “Disney’s Mary Poppins Jr.” takes us on a Jolly Holiday to London, England. There, we share a series of magically memorable moments with beloved classical characters, including Mary Poppins, Bert, and the Banks family. Youth are invited to showcase their talents onstage and bring this fantastical and familiar tale to life. Through a partnership with the Zephyr Theatre, all participants will receive quality training in dance, voice, music and acting. Additionally, this program will strengthen social and emotional skills, as we explore collaborative storytelling and social relationships in a supportive and positive environment. This program will conclude with 2 public performances to allow family and friends to share in their children’s newfound confidence and skill set. Those interested in principal roles will audition during the first week of rehearsal with a song of their choice. Those auditioning may bring a musical track or perform acapella. Director: Rebecca Thavis, has a degree in theater and education, and has taught at the Children’s Theatre and St. Paul Public Schools. She has also taught dance for five years and is excited to make her directorial debut with the Zephyr Theatre. Choreographer: Sharayah Lynn Russell, has been a professional actor, director, choreographer, stage manager, and musician since 2005. She co-founded LaMarca Theatre and has directed and choreographed for several theatre venues locally. Performances: Friday Aug 5 at 6:30 pm; Saturday Aug 6 at 2 pm Tickets: $5/adults; $2/youth & seniors (ticket prices support our ability to keep participant costs approachable). Performances will be held at the MS auditorium. For those youth who may be taking the Summer Stock Theater Camp and Mary Poppins, our Zephyr Theater performance team will modify the day for them on July 29 (Summer Stock performance day).
  • Encanto Musical Theater Class (ages 4-8)

    If you could choose to have any amazing ability, what would it be? Let’s all put our special gifts into a story. Learn music and choreography from Encanto and create 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. No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and sneakers or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to observe a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class (if current conditions allow). If COVID-19 recommendations suggest not gathering in that way, a video will be provided to families of the final performance.
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  • Moana Musical Theater Camp (ages 4-8)

    The ocean is calling. We will dance and sing to the music from Moana 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. No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and sneakers or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to observe a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class (if current conditions allow). If COVID-19 recommendations suggest not gathering in that way, a video will be provided to families of the final performance.
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  • Prairie Fire Children's Theater: Peter Pan (ages 7-16)

    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 Peter Pan, which tells the story of the boy who wouldn’t grow up. He spends his days adventuring with all the inhabitants of Neverland but one day he flies to a far off land where he meets Wendy, John, Michael, and their nursemaid Nana. They fly away with him to Neverland and our adventure begins. The cast will include Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, Nana the Dog, the Lost Kids, the Crocodile, the Beasts, the Pirates, and the Indians. 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 asked to assist with ticket sales and makeup application before each show.
  • Sing 2 Musical Theater Class (ages 7-12)

    You and your friends want to put on a show in glamorous Redshore City? Let’s work together to make that happen. Learn music and choreography from Sing 2 and create your 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. No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and sneakers or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to observe a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class (if current conditions allow). If COVID-19 recommendations suggest not gathering in that way, a video will be provided to families of the final performance.
  • We Can be Heroes Musical Theater (ages 7-12)

    We need your help to save the world. Let's team up and put together a show. We will learn music and choreography from We Can be Heroes 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. We’ll also play fun creative games. No experience necessary. All that is needed are comfortable clothing and sneakers or dance shoes. Friends and family are invited to a special performance beginning the final 30 minutes of the final class (if current conditions allow). If Covid-19 recommendations suggest not gathering in that way a video will be provided to families of that final performance.