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 The Last Waltz by Bernard J. Taylor tells of a doctor who commissions a composer to create a piece of music as an anniversary present for his wife, who is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s. Music is one of the few things that seem to give her peace and joy. In the beginning we see the doctor committing some highly questionable acts on his wife but his motivation becomes clearer in his discussions with the composer. After his wife dies, the doctor has a life changing experience.

A talkback with the cast will be held after the show. A representative from The Alzheimer’s Association of San Antonio will be available to answer audience questions and provide helpful resources. A silent auction benefiting the Alzheimer’s research will be held on opening night, and will feature paintings from the Playwright and other artists. The theater will also accept donations for the organization. 

The Last Waltz by Bernard J. Taylor tells of a doctor who commissions a composer to create a piece of music as an anniversary present for his wife, who is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s. Music is one of the few things that seem to give her peace and joy. In the beginning we see the doctor committing some highly questionable acts on his wife but his motivation becomes clearer in his discussions with the composer. After his wife dies, the doctor has a life changing experience.

A talkback with the cast will be held after the show. A representative from The Alzheimer’s Association of San Antonio will be available to answer audience questions and provide helpful resources. A silent auction benefiting the Alzheimer’s research will be held on opening night, and will feature paintings from the Playwright and other artists. The theater will also accept donations for the organization.

The Last Waltz by Bernard J. Taylor tells of a doctor who commissions a composer to create a piece of music as an anniversary present for his wife, who is suffering from early onset Alzheimer’s. Music is one of the few things that seem to give her peace and joy. In the beginning we see the doctor committing some highly questionable acts on his wife but his motivation becomes clearer in his discussions with the composer. After his wife dies, the doctor has a life changing experience.

A talkback with the cast will be held after the show. A representative from The Alzheimer’s Association of San Antonio will be available to answer audience questions and provide helpful resources. A silent auction benefiting the Alzheimer’s research will be held on opening night, and will feature paintings from the Playwright and other artists. The theater will also accept donations for the organization.

WHEN

WHERE

The Overtime Theater
5409 Bandera Rd.
Suite 205
Leon Valley, TX 78238
http://theovertimetheater.org/the-last-waltz/

TICKET INFO

$8-$15
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