Curtain Call Theatre, Inc.

Curtain Call Theatre, Inc.

Community Theatre of Montgomery, New Prague, and Lonsdale Area

Holiday Cabaret 2018

Our first ever fundraiser cabaret will take place this winter! It will feature several singers performing several pieces of varying genres. The performances will take place December 28th and 29th at 7:30 P.M. at the New Prague High School. There will be no ticket sales, instead we ask for a (tax deductible) free will donation at the door. We are excited to introduce this new third show to our season as a fun fundraiser and we hope to see you all there!

Directed by Aaron Roessler


Our 2019 Season:

February 2019: “The Odd Couple, Female Version” by Neil Simon

Directed by Denise DeVinney


July 2019: “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” by Tim Rice Andrew Lloyd Webber

Artistic Direction by Andrew Velishek

Musical Direction by Aaron Roessler

Choreography by TBA

Cabaret 2019: All I Care About Is Love

Directed by Aaron Roessler


Our Mission

The Mission of Curtain Call Theatre shall be to provide opportunities for persons of all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, expressions, creeds, sexes, religions, and sexual orientations in the communities of New Prague, Montgomery, Lonsdale and the surrounding areas to experience and participate in live theatre; to provide a quality theatre experience for both our audience and for the people that volunteer their time to make it happen; to provide training opportunities in the technical, artistic, and administrative aspects of theatre; to provide a financially stable environment for the theatre; to stage productions which meet our current audience's needs, attract new audience members, and volunteers, and fulfill our niche within our communities; to enhance the cultural environment within our communities; to have fun and enjoy the experience!

Get a hold of us:

Ticket Line: (507) 744-TIXS (8497)

Facebook: @CurtainCallThMn

Twitter: @CurtainCallThMn

Instagram: @CurtainCallThMn

Snapchat: @CurtainCallThMn

I regard Theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being
— Thornton Wilder