The David and Carol Lackland Center

On October 8, 2010, Centenary College honored the donors and benefactors of The Campaign for Centenary College for their part in bringing The Campaign to a successful conclusion with the “A New Star is Rising” celebration at Centenary’s David and Carol Lackland Center. The Lackland Center, the capstone of The Campaign, made this building a new focal point of the College.

Read the New York Time's coverage of the new Lackland Center. PDF

It is a 68,000-square-foot building that provides a home for the Centenary Stage Company; WNTI 91.9 FM, the listener-supported radio station; and CCTV Channel 23, the Comcast-licensed television station.

It also houses a 485-seat theater named the Sitnik Theater; the Edith Bolte Kutz ’42 Theater, which is a black box theater; a 400-seat dining hall; a 55-seat café; a dance studio; as well as classrooms, offices, meeting spaces and lounges.

The David and Carol Lackland Center was made possible by a lead gift from Centenary alumna Carol Burgess Lackland, a member of the Class of 1954 and a Centenary College President’s Circle Member, and David A. Lackland, a College Trustee. 

The Lackland Center is a cultural and educational destination with a variety of theatre and musical performances, lectures and other cultural and educational events.  It is a regional resource to business and community groups who can use its contemporary conference center to hold meetings and events.

Floor Plans and Photos

Lackland Center - First Floor Plan
Lackland Center - Second Floor Plan
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Visit the Centenary Stage Company

The Lackland Center for the Performing Arts is home the Centenary Stage Company, a not-for-profit theatre dedicated to bringing the performing arts to the Warren, Sussex, Morris and Hunterdon County areas.

See upcoming CSC performances and order tickets online »