My last production at Centenary Stage Company was the great reading play Then Came Each Actor with the two magnificent actor and actress, Randall Duk Kim and Anne Occhiogrosso. I was honored to join in their work. For two years, I was involved in many productions as ASM, board operator, stagehand, and set designer. Working in the backstage of theatre was so hard. Everyday I was so tired during the performance week. However, I have learned a lot from this experience, and I will never forget the moment when we got the standing ovation. -Shiori Seki
For me, it is extremely hard to choose only one memory during my time at Centenary. Centenary has given me many great opportunities and I will never forget these valuable memories. I have made countless friends, in addition to expanding my knowledge in terms of academics. The people who I met here will always have a place in my heart. They are beyond important to me and have shaped who I am today. - Suyeon Yang
I went to the Washington D.C with my friends on April. We went to the concert in there.
It was really wonderful memory for me. I will never forget this trip. - Chihiro Hyodo
New York had to be one of, if not the best place that I visited. I fell in love with the city and I would definitely love to live there at some point.
Also, Our American family, Robin and Jeff, made us feel very welcome and showed us the American way of life. - Anum Nazir
I have loads of favorite memories but I will say the hoedown because it pushed me out of my comfort zone. - Iftin Ismail
w/ the symbol of San Francisco.
I like this beautiful and peaceful city.
The weather was so nice and everything was beautiful.
Even just walking the street was fun in San Francisco. - Daeun Kim
I have a lot of fun in Centenary. I met new people, experienced and learned new things. On Saint Patrick's Day, I participated in parade for the first time in my life. I was always observer but on this day I was a part of it. It was little bit cold but my friends and many people around me gave me precious memory. I'm grateful for them and I feel I'm lucky to have them as my friends and spent time with them. - Yoon Ah Jeong
Every moment I spent in Centenary is unforgettable but the most memorable thing was the hayride with American Family. It was October and we were at the end of autumn. When it was getting cold, we sat around a bonfire and it was awesome to have s'mores outside of the church. I cannot forget the shining stars embroidered the night sky I saw on a hayride. I am really sorry to miss a shooting star, but all of the shining stars of that night, sound of a wind, the scent of grass will live in my memory for a long time. - Do Young Gong
My favorite memory was the trip to Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Since the winter of Hackettstown was so long, it was wonderful to meet spring there. There were various flowers like tulip, lilac, and cherry blossom. All of them were so beautiful, and the fragrance was marvelous. - Bokyoung Gowen