CTG’s award-winning Centerstage Youth Performing Group provides a prestigious opportunity for experienced performers in grades 3-12. Founded in 2006 by CTG Education Director Roz Fulton, these audition-only troupes meet the needs of serious young actors. Once accepted, students will work with professional instructors, concentrating on acting and musical theatre and dance. For more information on how your child can become a member of Centerstage please contact Roz Fulton at 333-7470 ext. 201 or RFulton@ctgso.org.

 

The 2018-2019 cast members, ages 8-18, presented selections from “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” and showcased the new work, “Sister Act Jr.”

 

Many of the CTG students were given callbacks, and Trinity Evans made it to the final call-back for future Broadway Junior shoots for “how-to” choreography videos for soon-to-be released Broadway Junior musicals.

For more information on the Junior Theatre Festival visit: itheatrics.com

Centerstage performers will compete against thousands of other students from around the country. CTG’s Centerstage group has brought home an award every time it has competed:

  •     2007: “Best Acting” (School House Rock, Jr.)
  •     2009: “Best Music” (Into the Woods, Jr.)
  •     2011: “Best Acting” (Annie, Jr.)
  •     2012: “Best Choreography” (Aladdin, Jr.)    
  •     2013: “Best Choreography” (Suessical, Jr.)
  •     2014: “Best Ensemble and Choreography” (Once on This Island, Jr.)
  •     2015: “Best Overall Performance” (Hairspray, Jr.)
  •     2016:  ”Best Overall Performance” (Shrek Jr.)
  •     2016:  ”Playbill Community Service Award”
  • 2017: “Best Overall Performance” (The Lion King, Jr.)
  • 2017: “Best Music” (The Lion King, Jr.)
  • 2017: Showcased New Work (Madasgcar Jr.)
  • 2018: “Excellence in Music” (Legally Blonde, Jr.)
  • 2018: “Footloose Friday” National Dance Off Winners
  • 2019: “Best Music” (Beauty and the Beast)
  • 2019: Showcased New Work (Sister Act Jr.)

Centerstage 2019-2020