Centennial High School Theatre presents “Red, White, and Blue Musical Revue”:
Celebrating 40 years of Staging Excellence!
The “Red, White, and Blue Musical Revue” is a celebration of 40 years of theatrical excellence on the Centennial stage. Alumni and current students will be performing musical numbers from some of the wonderful shows that have graced our stage since Centennial’s doors opened in 1977. We hope you can join us for this historical event! The show is a part of the Homecoming weekend festivities on October 14th at 1pm in the auditorium. Admission is $3 for students and $5 for adults. Tickets are available online and at the door. To purchase online, go to chs.hcpss.org, then to online payments, then to tickets for “40th Musical Revue”. Or you can do directly to the following link:
If you purchase tickets online, you can pick them up at the Will Call desk in front of the auditorium. They will be listed under your last name.
Donations are also welcomed and encouraged. You can donate at the door with cash or check or with a credit card online at: https://osp.osmsinc.com/HowardMD/BVModules/ProductTemplates/BVC%202004%20Layout/Product.aspx?productid=DA041-VAR2
Come and see the outstanding alumni talent featuring Melissa Corona, Anne Marie Demme, Joy Fox, Jeremy Goldman , Danielle Kalivretenos , Eddie Lovern, Jeff Miller, Nina Parekh , Katharine Pembroke, Alex Porter, Allie Press , Whitney and Melanie St. Ours, Danny Townsend , Anna Turpin, and Melinda Wise. The first theatre teacher of Centennial High School, Mo Dutterer, will grace our stage as well!
Our current students will be performing in “Magic to Do” from Pippin, “Comedy Tonight” from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, “Oh, the Thinks You Can Think” from Seussical, and “Lullaby of Broadway” from 42nd Street. The current student ensemble features Ifechukwu Alachebe, Allison Brown, Kai Daley, Sydney Grossman, Noah Katz, Ethan Kinstler, Cole Lashley, Ilana Mongilio, Kieran Newell, Sabrina Ochoa, Caroline Pekrul, Ahkil Pramanik, Julia Stitely, Lauren Wei, and Abby Zoller-Griz.
The ensemble numbers were choreographed by Kurt Boehm who has been working with Centennial Theatre since 2009 and vocally directed by Berta Sabrio who has been working with Centennial Theatre since 2012. The show is co-directed by Kathryn Carlsen, the Centennial theatre teacher since 2004 and Holly Pasciullo, the Centennial English Department Instructional Team Leader and Drama teacher from 2001-2004.