Time: 3:00pm CDT March 29
Location: David A. Straz, Jr. Center Studio Theatre
The Carthage Theatre Department presents “The Baltimore Waltz” written by Paula Vogel and directed by Carthage’s Joshua Maloney ’20. Performances will take place March 27-29 in the Studio Theatre.
Presented as a series of comic vignettes, “The Baltimore Waltz” tells the story of a woman, Ann, and her brother, Carl, who plan to take one last incredible trip around the world. Ann has contracted “Acquired Toilet Disease” (or ATD as it is referred to), and in an effort to do one last amazing thing, Ann and Carl travel from Paris to Germany.
On their trip, the pair search for a miracle cure for Ann’s disease, and meet as many people as they can along the way, all aided by a mysterious character called the Third Man who plays all other intermittent roles.
Full of strange and quirky characters and heartfelt connection, “The Baltimore Waltz” is Paula Vogel’s semi-autobiographical ode to her late brother. The dynamic combination of farcical silliness and poignant themes make “The Baltimore Waltz” a show you won’t soon forget.
The Studio Theatre is located in the lower level of the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Natural and Social Sciences.
March 27-28 | 7:30 p.m.
March 29 | 3 p.m.
Seniors (55+) $10
To purchase tickets, please visit www.carthage.edu/tickets 24/7 or call the Fine Arts Box Office 262-551-6661 Tuesday to Friday, noon to 5 p.m. This play contains content that may not be suitable for children.
*Carthage students, faculty, and staff receive complimentary ticket(s) for this event. Please visit www.carthage.edu/fine-arts/box-office for ticket information and policies, or contact the Fine Arts Box Office with any additional questions. All complimentary ticket reservations must be redeemed in-person with a Carthage photo I.D. at the Box Office. Email or phone reservations will not be accepted.