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Locally penned ‘rom com’ debuts at Sutter Street

By January 28, 2011

LEADING MAN Lester Blum (Charlie Holiday) gets a kiss from Mary Handleman (Hazel Johnson) in "There Should Be Roses," opening Feb. 11 at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

LEADING MAN Lester Blum (Charlie Holiday) gets a kiss from Mary Handleman (Hazel Johnson) in "There Should Be Roses," opening Feb. 11 at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom. Photo by Allen Schmeltz

Sutter Street Theatre presents the West Coast Premier of Dave William’s (former morning anchor on Sacramento’s KFBK) romantic comedy “There Should Be Roses” Friday, Feb. 11.

Follow Lester (Charlie Holiday) and Albert (Paul Greisen) as they “break out” of their retirement home to deliver roses to Lester’s wife of 60 years.  You will also see if Kevin (Colin Coate) and Megan (Yuri Tabiri) can come to an agreement on when and if they should get married. Perfect for the Valentine Season with a delightful surprise ending.

The Feb. 11 opening will feature a cast reception following the performance. Additional performances of “There Should Be Roses” continue through March 13. Visit sutterstreettheatre.com or call (916) 353-1001 for more details.

Andy Laughlin

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