How to get involved with the Theatre Program

Centennial Theatre Boosters Club (open to parents of grades 6-12) E-mail to get more information

Participate in the boosters' fundraising and event planning. Without the help of our boosters club, we would not be able to pull off such amazing performances for the community. Boosters club members do not have to be parents of students in the program but typically are. The boosters club is an integral part of our program.

Boosters Club Meetings are held at PAC unless otherwise noted.

  • April 19th at 6:30 pm
  • May 17th at 6:30 pm
  • The boosters club will begin meetings again in the fall for the school year 2022-2023
Booster club members help during set build for Frozen Jr.
Booster club members help during set build for Frozen Jr.

Centennial Theatre Boosters Officers

Jennifer Lavandoska

Jennifer Lavandoska
Centennial Theatre Boosters President

Education: Theater, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Jennifer is a lover of all theater. She worked as a lighting designer and stage manager throughout the Twin Cities for over twenty years and loves that she gets to help the students at Centennial learn about all the incredible options that theater can offer.

Jen has had several children grow up in the Centennial Theatre program and became the president of the Theatre Boosters in 2019. She is incredibly grateful for all the students, staff, and parents that make this program one of the best in the state.

Sarah Bushnell

Sarah Bushnell
Centennial Theatre Boosters Vice President

Sarah is delighted to be part of the Centennial Theatre program. She is mom to Michaela, a freshman who participates in and loves many aspects of theatre: musicals, plays, improv, tech booth, and lighting.

In her “other” life, Sarah is a lawyer who litigates business, employment, and professional disputes. She is a graduate of Northwestern College (now known as the University of Northwestern-St. Paul) and Harvard Law School.

Sarah is married to Anthony and, in addition to Michaela, they have David (19) and Rachael (13).

Sarah says: “There is much that I love about the Centennial Theatre program, including the quality of the performances, the fun and uplifting atmosphere created by students and directors alike, the continuity of the program from middle school to high school, and the wonderful volunteers who give so much time to supporting the work of the theatre.”

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Melissa Krieger
High School Musical Music Director
Centennial Theatre Boosters Secretary

Melissa has been involved with Centennial High School Theatre since 2015 as a director, musician, and Boosters member.

She currently is the music director for "Into the Woods", and Theatre Boosters Secretary.

Melissa has a degree in vocal and instrumental music education from The University of Minnesota. She is a private lesson instructor, substitute music teacher, church music director, and freelance musician. Melissa enjoys photography and traveling with her husband and three sons.

Her favorite part of being involved with Centennial Theatre is getting to share her passion for music and theater with amazing, dedicated students.