The Human Race Theatre Company’s signature subscription season at The Loft Theatre consists of plays and musicals, world and regional premieres, as well as reinvigorated classics. Productions in the Loft Season are rehearsed, built and produced in Dayton. The Human Race produces under a Small Professional Theatre contract with Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional actors and stage managers.
Subscribers always get the best available seats. Many of the performances at The Loft Theatre sell out rapidly. Guarantee yourself the seats of your choice.
Subscribers do not pay the Ticket Office service fee. Single ticket buyers pay the fee if ordering by phone or over the internet.
As a subscriber you may change your plans and change your tickets for another night – no problem. A small up-charge fee will be applied if you switch into a more expensive performance.
Misplace your tickets? Call the Ticket Office to reprint them!
Looking for Drama/Topical Shows we suggest: Grounded, A Soldier’s Play, Barbecue, and Indigo. Lighten up for the holidays by adding on Who’s Holiday!
Comedies and Musicals more your style we suggest: Deadline, Barbecue, and Indigo. Don’t forget to add the must-have holiday laughs of Who’s Holiday!
It’s a great way to support and enjoy The Human Race Theatre Company all year round. Think of it like your streaming account! For just $14.99 a month you join an exclusive group with access to prime seats to ANY performance you want – up to four per production for just $10 each. Learn more about The Human Race Theatre Company membership plan now!
Both subscribing or becoming a member are great and convenient ways to save!
She’s back!!!! That over-indulgent, holiday celebrant “Cindy Lou Who” is back to make your holidays bright! WHO'S HOLIDAY! – last season’s smash-hit comedy by Matthew Lombardo – is back with the hilarious and multi-talented Alex Sunderhaus, offering up some old, some new, some borrowed and some “blue” Christmas to kick your holidays into overdrive.
In 1944, on a Louisiana Army base, two shots ring out. A Black sergeant is murdered. And a series of interrogations triggers a gripping barrage of questions about sacrifice, service, and identity in America. Broadway’s Norm Lewis leads a powerhouse cast in the show Variety calls “a knock-your-socks-off-drama," directed by two-time Tony® winner Kenny Leon.
“BARBECUE manages to roast its raw characters, while at the same time basting the audience in juicy observations about race and class, truth and authenticity, and modern addictions, including to fame.” - Jonathan Mandell, New York Theatre