The Baltimore Waltz

June 21 - July 21

Wednesdays at 7pm
Tuesdays at 8pm
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
No performance June 28 or July 4

Ticket Price - $25
By Paula Vogel
Directed by Victoria E. Flores

Diagnosed with terminal "Acquired Toilet Disease," a first grade teacher from Baltimore embarks on a madcap trip through France, Germany, Holland and Austria with her beloved brother. She aims to taste all of life’s sensual pleasures; he wants her to undergo a whacky alternative medical cure in Austria. Writing this Obie Award winning play, Paula Vogel employs all her brilliant creative tools---comedy, drama, music, her love of movies, art and literature---to come to terms with a profound personal tragedy.

Presented with generous support from:

The Baltimore Waltz - Cast and Crew

Scenic Design by Ryan McGettigan
Costume Design by Robin McLaughlin
Lighting Design by Susan Nicholson
Properties by Mary Fritz

The Baltimore Waltz

Third Man
Andrew Farmer
Ryann Weir
Salty Brine
Vogel's 'Waltz' finds humor in the horror
June 23, 2012

"The Baltimore Waltz" ... had the opening night audience laughing uproariously through most of it." The Cape Cod Times

Baltimore Waltz wrings laughter out of tragedy
June 29, 2012

"The Baltimore Waltz, is a hysterical romp...a gem of a play"  The Barnstable Patriot

Cape Rep’s ‘Baltimore Waltz’ Is A Farce With A Message
June 30, 2012

"...the play is a comedy, a farce that keeps the viewer laughing aloud, but at the dramatic conclusion, the audience realizes it’s a play with a message to contemplate for days. Powerful theater and something Cape Rep Theatre excels at. Director Victoria Flores and a cast of three put on a production that must not be missed."
  The Cape Cod Chronicle

Laughing in the Face of Death at Cape Rep
July 4, 2012

"The Baltimore Waltz will keep you laughing, gasping, and generally appreciating life. It’s a definite winner and a must-see this summer."  InsideOut Cape Cod

Laughs, sadness in one act parody at Brewster's Cape Rep
July 5, 2012

"Cape Rep Theatre offers a thoroughly entertaining production with fluid direction by veteran New York director Victoria E. Flores. An excellent cast of three brings their quirky characters to life."  The Cape Codder