The Human Race Theatre Company’s signature subscription season at the Loft Theatre consists of plays and musicals, recent releases, classics and premieres. Productions on 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.
The Human Race Theatre Company also has a new membership plan! It’s a great way to support and enjoy The Human Race Theatre Company all year round. Think of it like your Netflix account! For just $14.99 a month you join an exclusive group with early access to prime seats – up to four per production for just $10 each. Learn more about The Human Race Theatre Company membership plan now!
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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!
Subscribe to all five shows on The Loft Season and you’ll receive one complimentary companion ticket voucher, good for any current season Loft production. It’s a great way to introduce your friends to The Human Race Theatre Company. (Some restrictions apply.)”
Based on a real event, which has been the subject of gossip for years in Hollywood, Looped takes place in the summer of 1965, when an inebriated Tallulah Bankhead, well-known for her husky voice, outrageous personality, and devastating wit, needed eight hours to redub — or loop — one line of dialogue for her last movie, Die! Die! My Darling!
When Luke and Jess decide to allow their 8-year-old Morgan, who was assigned male at birth, to identify as female, they relocate in order to give the family a clean start. But when an accident threatens to expose the truth about Morgan, tensions run high in this Dayton premiere written by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder.
A money-strapped family tries to cope in 1973. 19-year-old Linda O’Shea is our narrator and she is attempting to re-enact the most turbulent day of her life, but her family keeps interrupting to tell their side of the story in this Dayton premiere written by Katie Forgette.
In this delightful new musical, Charissa, a quirky, twenty-something actress, meets Milton, a quick-witted, eighty-something millionaire who loves Schubert, Shakespeare, and Dallas BBQ. From a chance encounter to the unlikeliest of friendships, Charissa discovers there’s much she can learn from her surprising new companion.