Tag: The Baltimore Waltz
A Trip Not Taken Gives Paula Vogel’s Delightful Dark Comedy “The Baltimore Waltz” a Bittersweet Twist
A meltdown that leads to the loss of a job, a fatal illness, a sex tour of Europe, and a mysterious and somewhat sinister stranger who inexplicably shadows these events are the unlikely ingredients for Pulitzer Prize-winning “How I Learned to Drive” playwright Paula Vogel’s delightfully dark 1992 Off-Broadway comedy, “The Baltimore Waltz,” now playing at Deep Dish Theater Company in Chapel Hill, NC.
“The Baltimore Waltz,” a Critically Acclaimed Comedy by Paula Vogel, Opens Feb. 24th at Deep Dish Theater
A sensation when it opened in Off-Broadway in 1992, “The Baltimore Waltz” by Paula Vogel follows a brother and sister (Jesse R. Gephart and Mary Forester) who flee a frightening medical diagnosis by embarking on a fantastical trip across Europe. A third actor (Kit FitzSimons) plays the quirky characters they encounter, including the Little Dutch Boy (at age 50) and Harry Lime, from the classic movie “The Third Man.”