"...tightly wound with tension that's inevitably bound to release in explosive fashion."
"It’s a heartfelt, humorous and beautifully written drama by a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright that dances into our memory and remains until the last waltz."
"The three person cast create a passionate show of madness and mystery."
"Thanks to Rutherford’s direction, stellar production values and a gifted cast, this Baltimore Waltz is one for the books."
"People who would like this show are people who like close siblings, slipper-clogs, and smuggle bunnies. I thought this was a great show. It is a very complicated puzzle but it is a lot of fun to watch. I think people should go see this show. It is funny, heartbreaking, and weird in the best way. I really loved it."
"It pops in and out of direct address at a moment’s notice and bounces around from raunchy comedy to self-discovery journey, dips a toe in some shady dealings, and tops it all off with a hint of absurdity to keep the audience a little bit off. Director Ed Rutherford clearly understood exactly what each of those styles meant and how to get each to play well with his actors."
"I was feverishly swept into the heart of the play. This is one of those occasions when you are glad that you live in Chicago where there are so many talented theatre companies and this is one to watch."
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