Curtain Call On-Line Volume 12 Number 3
January / February 2004

"The Man of La Mancha" Opens the New Year
[Windmill] Two men are thrown in prison by the Spanish Inquisition. One is a novelist, Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra, arrested for collecting taxes from a church. The other is his faithful servant. Being a novelist, Cervantes presents his case in the form of a story... The Man of La Mancha opens on Friday January 9th in the Roseville Theatre, 241 Vernon Street, and plays every weekend through Saturday February 14th.
"The Reluctant Princess" Opens on January 17th
[Kristen Heitman is The Reluctant Princess] Rosemarie Gerould has done it again! In January we introduce a brand new story to our children's show this season, The Reluctant Princess. If your mother is a queen and your father is a king, do you have to be a Princess?
"Weekend Comedy" At The Tower
[House] Two couples, one middle aged and staid, one young and free-wheeling, rent the same mountain cabin for the same weekend by mistake. Think of it as Granite Bay meets Sun City...
Pancake Breakfast
[Pancakes] A pancake breakfast is being held by the Magic Circle Theatre Guild on Sunday February 1st, 2004. The event is from 9:00am to 12noon at the Roseville Elks Lodge, on Brady Lane (off Baseline). Tickets are $5.00 Adults, $3.50 Child (3 to 13). Raffle Drawings (need not be present to win). Proceeds are for the Theatre Guild.