Kevin Cubillas (President)
Kevin has been a member of the CenterStage board since 2014 serving as Treasurer before moving into the President position in 2020. He has recently taken on the role of sound engineer in recent productions of All Together Now and Seussical. He has also appeared in a few shows with Tapestry theater including Schoolhouse Rock, Elf, and the upcoming Cinderella (summer 2022). Kevin has over 30 years of experience in financial systems implementations and web application design. His first big task when joining the board was a complete overhaul of the CenterStage website.
Elizabeth Goodrich (Vice President)
Elizabeth is honored to have gotten an opportunity to work with the cast, staff and many volunteers of Tapestry Theatre. Over the past 15 years, she has worked on many of CenterStage’s musicals. Besides directing with Tapestry, Elizabeth is a Special Education teacher. She would like to thank the CSTC and Tapestry family for the gift they have given her. A special hug and thank you to co-director Lynne Niston, who brings heart and expertise to the shows, and to my incredible friends for always putting the actors first. These shows couldn’t have happened without all of you. Love to her husband Whit, who understands and supports the vision and keeps the home fires burning.
Megan Navarro (Treasurer)
Eric Roth (Secretary)
Eric has been a member of CenterStage's Board since 2013, and a volunteer with the technical staff since 2007, primarily focused on lighting operations. He has supported numerous productions and events for CenterStage, Tapestry and the Emerging Artists series. Eric is retired from a career as a software engineer in the telecom industry, and has Computer Science degrees from Brown University and The University of Michigan. In addition to volunteering at CenterStage, he is a technology tutor (aka the "Tech Guru") for patrons of the Louisville, CO, Public Library and an IT consultant for the YWCA of Boulder County.
Julie Blankinship is a Colorado native who got involved with CenterStage when her daughter decided theater was a passion she wanted to pursue. With her daughter having been a part of Centerstage since middle school, Julie has enjoyed many fantastic productions such as School of Rock, Wizard of Oz, Lion King and Spelling Bee. Julie comes to us with a background in marketing and events, as well as brings an expertise of fundraising, email marketing and social media. She also volunteers as the lead with the Boulder High Choir Music Parent Group and assists with the Boulder High Instrumental Parent Music Association and Boulder High Theater Troupe 60.
Julia became a member of the CenterStage family in 2010 when her son was cast in his first CSTC show. Thereafter she began volunteering for CSTC behind the scenes. Believing strongly in CenterStage’s mission to give youth and young adults of all ages and abilities a safe environment to explore their talents as individuals and members of a team, Julia joined the Board in 2020, where she manages the annual Colorado Gives Day campaign for CenterStage and Tapestry Theatre. Julia comes to the Board after a career in public policy followed by full-time parenting.
Graham Fuller is an experienced civil law attorney who has argued cases as high as the Colorado Supreme Court. Graham moved to the Boulder area when he was 10 years old, leaving only to attend law school in New York City. Graham previously worked at Stone, Rosen & Fuller, P.C., and merged his practice into Kottke & Brantz in 2019. Graham recently received recognition from Boulder County Legal Services for completing 200-300 hours of pro bono legal services in 2019-2020. Graham is a contract attorney for Boulder County Legal Services, representing low-income residents in cases that are typically extremely complex and time sensitive.
Graham is heavily involved in Music and Theater. He has produced four musicals and is the co-composer of 'In the Trenches,' a musical comedy about parenting that has been performed along the Colorado front range. In his free time, Graham enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children and rooting for Colorado sports teams.
Cammie Kolber began performing with CSTC in 2000, and has been involved ever since! She graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Music Education (vocal) and currently teaches K-5 general music at Village East Elementary School.
She began directing summer camps for CSTC in 2012 after being involved as a counselor, stage manager, and music director for camps and other CSTC productions in years prior.
In 2013, Cammie toured with Up with People, where she performed throughout the US, Mexico, and Europe. Since her return she has performed in many theater productions in the area, continued her work directing CSTC summer camps, and music directed many of the Tapestry Theatre musicals.