Dance to perform Oct. 24 and choir to perform Oct. 25
Performing Arts Center
The Centerville Schools Performing Arts Center contains a 1,200-seat theatre, a lobby designed for art exhibits and presentations, a dance studio and a technical theatre work area.
Each year thousands of people attend events at the facility. A number of concerts are performed here including the bands, choirs and orchestras from various schools within the district, as well as the CHS dance students. In addition, the Miami Valley Community Concert Association holds concerts in the theatre each season.
This 1,200-seat facility also is available for rental. A secondary performance space that can accommodate about 340 people, located in the Central Unit of the main high school, also can be rented. Please contact Mike Cordonnier at (937) 439-3535 to check on availability and rental fees for either of these spaces.
Photo: More than 500 students are involved in performing arts (band, choir, orchestra, dance and theater) at Centerville High School.
Students create "brick" walls for set of upcoming fall musical
Alumnus Jon McCullough-Benner, principal bass of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, will perform with CHS Philharmonic Orchestra on Oct. 22