BRÜKA THEATRE 21st CENTURY THEATRE ART - BELIEVE
THE BALTIMORE WALTZ
A Farcial * Tragical * Theatrical Love Letter
Written by Paula Vogel Directed by Sandra Brunell - Neace
January 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 28A, 29, 30, 31,
February 7, 8 @ 8 PM 2015
Sunday Matinee ~ January 18 @ 2 PM
*Wednesday Artist Night. $10 for Artists & Teachers
Reno, NV. This is Paula Vogel's daringly comic and heart-stirring theatrical eulogy to the brother she lost to AIDS. Winner of the Obie award, the author went on to win a Pulitzer Prize for her Play, How I Learned To Drive, which was coincidentally directed by Neace at Brüka in 2012. The play begins as Anna is diagnosed with terminal "Acquired Toilet Disease". A first grade teacher from Baltimore, she 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 award winning play, 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. Featuring Bradford Kai'ai'ai, Mary Bennett and Bryce Alexander Kiel.
Reservations are available through our box office at (775) 323-3221. Individual tickets are $20 for general $18 for students, seniors and military and all tickets are $25 at the door. Reservations are also available at the Melting Pot World Emporium @ their new location: 1047 S. Virginia Street in Reno. We validate convenient parking at the Parking Gallery on First and Sierra Streets. Tickets available online at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com. Check us out at www.bruka.org. This play tours to The Brewery Arts Center in Carson City the first week of February, 2015.
ABOUT BRÜKA THEATRE In its 22nd season in downtown Reno, Brüka has been named “Best Theatre Company” by The News and Review seventeen years running. Brüka Theatre is a leader in the region, recognized for its productions, artists and theatre for children series since it’s founding in 1992. Central to Brüka is the commitment to the reinvestigation of contemporary and classic plays and developing new plays within Brüka’s Artistic Collective, which include winners of the Nevada Arts Council and Sierra Arts Foundation artist grants and 9 local best actor honors. Brüka is a non- equity and not-for-profit theater company that has produced over 100 shows in our downtown Reno location. Sign up for our email newsletter by going to our website at www.bruka.org.