Centennial High School Theatre Programs

Centennial High School's Production of Into the Woods, April 2022
Centennial High School's Production of Into the Woods, April 2022

Centennial High School Fall Play

Every Fall we do a play! We try to get as many students who audition into the production as possible. We also need students to be on the costume crew, set building crew, props crew, Stage Managers, Make up crew, possible running crew, and booth crew for sound and lighting. The technical end of the shows is student-run.

Centennial High School Spring Musical

Every spring we do a play! We try to get as many students who audition into the production as possible. We also need students to be on the costume crew, set building crew, props crew, and booth crew for sound and lighting. Shows are student-run!

High School Improv

Students with beginning to advanced theater experience are welcome. Short-form and long-form improv covered. Improv is proven to greatly improve focus and problem-solving skills.

To view the entire Centennial High School Theatre schedule for 2022/2023, click here.

PARENTS AND STUDENTS: PLEASE SIGN UP FOR TEAMSNAP
It is our primary way of communication for all Theatre Departments.

Send an email to 5kriegers@gmail.com with parent name, parent email, student name, student email, and student grade. An invitation will then be sent to join Team Snap. Parents and students will receive separate invitations and should have separate accounts."

Centennial High School Improv

Students with beginning to advanced theater experience are welcome. Short-form and long-form improv covered.

Improv is proven to greatly improve focus and problem-solving skills.

Directed by Eric Webster, Actor, writer, and producer with over 25 years of experience, and over 15 years of instruction with Centennial School District.

Eric Webster

Centennial High School Improv Performed at HUGE Theater in Minneapolis, March 2022

Centennial High School One-Act

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One-Act is in December/January and possibly into February of the school year and is a 30-minute play that students rehearse and perform.

They travel to perform with other schools at competitions where judge's evaluations determine if they will move on to the next competition. If they don’t, then the season ends there.

Weekly advancement at the competition can go through the second week of February if they make it all the way to the state tournament.

High School Speech

The speech team at the high school is not part of the theatre program and operates independently from the theatre program.

However; the speech and theatre programs are very supportive and encouraging of each other and work together to make sure any student conflicts with theatre and speech are accommodated.