Get Involved With The Theatre Program
Without the help of our boosters club, we would not be able to pull off such amazing performances for the community AND OUR KIDS.
Centennial Theatre Boosters Club is open to parents of grades 6-12 and any community member interested in theater.
To get more information about joining and participating in the boosters' fundraising and event planning, come to a meeting! If you are a Centennial Theatre parent, you are already a boosters club member.
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.
Our meetings are typically held at the PAC unless otherwise noted. Upcoming meetings:
- Tuesday, September 19th at 6pm at PAC (previously scheduled to be at CMS)
- Tuesday, October 10th at 6:00pm
- Tuesday, November 14th at 6:00pm
- Tuesday, December 12th at 6:00pm
- Tuesday, January 16th at 6:00pm
- Tuesday, February 20th at 6:00pm
- Tuesday, March 19th at 6:00pm
- Wednesday, May 22nd at 6:00pm
Centennial Theatre Fundraising
Centennial School District has a strong and vibrant theater program at our Middle and High schools.
The theatrical productions produced by the school have an outstanding reputation within the Twin Cities and are attended by hundreds in our community each year.
Moving forward, the program at the Middle School will now be funded 100 percent through donations and fundraising.
So, we are looking for partners to help us sustain our heralded programs and keep them going for the future.
If you would prefer to mail a donation, please mail it to the following address:
Centennial Theatre Boosters
PO Box 596
Circle Pines, MN 55014
Other Ways to Get Involved
Centennial Theatre Boosters Officers
Centennial Theatre Boosters President
Melissa is excited to be a newer member and president of the Centennial Theatre Boosters. As a Centennial Theatre and Speech alum herself, she has deep roots in the community and a love for the Centennial Theatre program.
When Melissa is not watching her son Brennan and daughter Hazel in their theater endeavors, or playing sports, she enjoys time with her husband Trent and their many animals. She has a love for photography and being outdoors.
Melissa looks forward to many more years of theater activities with her children and working with directors and the rest of the Boosters to continue to make the Centennial Theatre program one of the best in the state.
Centennial Theatre Boosters
Vice President, Marketing, & Fundraising
Brandy is a digital marketing agency owner located in Lino Lakes. She has worked with many of our community and business leaders in a former position as the board president of a medium-sized nonprofit in Blaine.
Brandy's connections and experience are being put to work for the Centennial Theatre department as our marketing and fundraising chairperson.
Music has always been a part of Brandy's life and she believes that a thriving community needs arts programs to create well-rounded adults.
She loves that at Centennial Theatre, the kids and directors have created a community that is welcoming to everyone. Inclusion is near and dear to her heart.
Centennial Theatre Boosters Secretary-Elect
Centennial Theatre Boosters Treasurer
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.”