Welcome Fine Arts Parents, Teachers, and Community Members! Support all the Fine Arts programs at Centennial High School by joining the Foundation For The Fine Arts now! This umbrella organization supports the Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Theater, and Visual Arts programs.
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Almost showtime!!! Centennial Knights Players are hard at work preparing for The 146 Point Flame! Tickets are now available to purchase online! https://chsknightstheatre.weebly.com/ We hope to see you there!
Applications due April 15, 2019 by 4PM in the front office. Please make sure the application is complete and signed!
Come join the Knights Players for Improv Night on Saturday, April 28th. The show starts at 6 p.m. in the Black Box (entry from student lot G Hall). Tickets are $3 at the door.
Student-directed One Acts and Dessert Theatre are right around the corner. Two shows will be held on April 24th including “This Side of Heaven” and “Suspect to Change.” A third show, “The Shadow Box,”
will be performed on May 1st. Directing these shows will be Advanced Theatre seniors Miah Collins and Claire Schroeder, Xander Davis and Anna Hansil, and Shiann Smith and Shaina Scoma.
Rounding out the season will be Dessert Theatre on Friday, April 27th. Josh Agri and Daniel Sandfelder are the talent behind the murder mystery starring Ellery Denmon, Xavier Villanueva, Bradley Scoma, Jose Carrasquero, Duncan Hemauer, Jack Southard, Aria Person-Ramey and Alaya Homes. Intermission will feature scrumptious desserts.
All performances will be held in the Black Box and start at 7 p.m. The trio of One Acts are open to the public and Dessert Theatre tickets ($10) will be available the week of the show. Please see Ms. Howard to purchase your tickets. Don’t forget because the show sold out last year!
Congratulations to Shaina Scoma who will be one of the 110 actors and actresses from around the state performing in the Shuler Student Ensemble at the 10th Anniversary Georgia High School Musical Theatre Awards – Shuler Hensley Awards on April 19, 2018 at 7 pm at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. The Shuler Student Ensemble features talented young men and women who were nominated by their high school theatre directors. They will perform in the opening and finale numbers at the awards show, which celebrates excellence in high school musical theatre and are modeled after Broadway’s Tony Awards.
The Foundation for the Fine Arts and Centennial HS Band, chorus, orchestra and theater will hold a mattress sale on Saturday on Saturday, December 9, 10:00-5:00 in the Centennial band room. The band room will be transformed into a mattress show room for the day. Come out and support the arts and get a good night’s sleep.
Questions? Contact Theresa Scott (Theresa_scott@bellsouth.net) or Amy Kennedy (email@example.com)
Save the date and start telling all of your friends and family about the sale!
The CHS Thespian Society will be participating in TOTS Eat this October. They will collect canned and non-perishable goods for North Fulton Community Charities during the days leading up to Halloween. Posters and flyers will be posted soon for more information about collection sites and times.
The Centennial Chorus is holding their first fundraiser of the year! Track down a Chorus member and check out the Save Around Coupon app. Not only will you help fundraise money for the student, but you also will save money for one full year, nationwide, with over 100,000 coupons good at many major retailers including Macy’s, Petco, McDonald’s, Locker Room, Office Depot, Michaels and more! The fundraiser runs through October 5th.
The Centennial Knights Players will perform A Knight of One Acts on October 12, 13 and 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Centennial High School Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased through a cast member or Ms. Howard. Student advance tickets are $5, or $7 at the door. Adults advance tickets are $8, or $10 at the door.
Two acts will be performed: The Long View by Alan Haehnel, a story that explains the repercussions—both long and short—of a single event that lingers in the memories and lives of all the young people who witnessed it. Doubt, A Parable by John Patrick Shanley is a provocative investigation of truths and consequences through the eyes of two nuns and a priest. Both shows question the impact of different perspectives on our own point of view. The content is recommended for children ages 12 and over.
Doubt, A Parable will be Centennial’s entry into the Georgia High School Association Regional One Act Competition that will include six other schools from our area on October 28, 2017 at Johns Creek High School. The Centennial Players will compete around 4:00PM. In the meantime, those interested can follow actor interviews and backstage stories on the Centennial Theatre Instagram page at chstheatre5855.