Wendy from Horton Heath praised the youngsters: “A brilliant production – we loved it. Incredible to believe how young they were. Truly professional.”
The wave of positive responses started from Jane in Eastleigh. On our local social media site Streetlife, Jane recently asked local residents if they had watched The Phantom of the Opera by the Centrestage Youth Theatre.
Standing ovation for Centrestage’s performance
Jane praised the brilliant team: “What a fantastic professional performance from youngsters of Centrestage. No West End Musical could not have been better. The dancing, choreography, film set and singing were exceptional. It is the first time I have experienced a standing ovation at The Point.”
“Well done Centrestage!!”
There are praises for our youngsters from Centrestage and their brilliant production team and leaders. You can read about the rave reviews in this thread on Streetlife: Phantom of the Opera.
The Arch opposite to Chandler’s Ford train station
Mike Mullen, Chairman and Production Manager of Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre, told me that Centrestage has been running for 22 years.
Mike said, “We are already beginning preparations for our next two productions and are always looking for ways to get word out there.
We have been operational for 22 years and there are still people who say they have never heard of us or knew that our facility exists down by the train station in Chandler’s Ford.
We are going to be working hard over the next few months to try and significantly raise our profile in the local area.”
Note: The Phantom of the Opera, Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre, The Point Theatre, Eastleigh: 17th – 21st February 2015
For more updates from Centrestage Production Youth Theatre, visit their new website: Centrestage Production Youth Theatre