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  • Returning to the role of Cindy Lou Who is hilarious Cincinnati native and Wright State graduate, Alex Sunderhaus.

    Who’s Holiday! Parents’ Night Out

    Cindy Lou Who returns to Dayton for The Human Race Theatre Company’s Who's Holiday! in an irreverent, hilarious good time

    She’s back!  Cindy Lou Who returns to Dayton for The Human Race Theatre Company’s Who’s Holiday! in an irreverent, hilarious good time, not suitable for the whole family. Playwright Matthew Lombardo serves up an antidote to the holiday blues with a wildly funny and heartfelt adults-only comedy about grown-up Cindy Lou Who.  She trips along … Continue readingWho’s Holiday! Parents’ Night Out”

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  • two beer cans showing the EXIT STAGE LEFT mark with logos from THE HUMAN RACE THEATRE COMPANY and BRANCH & BONE ARTISAN ALES.

    Introducing EXIT STAGE LEFT Pilsner

    Ironically, a drama-free collaboration between Branch & Bone Artisan Ales and The Human Race Theatre Company.

    Available starting December 2 at Branch & Bone Artisan Ales and performances of Who’s Holiday! We are kindred organizations inspired by the passion and spirit of the city that we call home. Fiercely independent, committed to service, committed to creating great art. And hell yes, when it’s done right, beer IS art. Introducing EXIT STAGE … Continue reading “Introducing EXIT STAGE LEFT Pilsner”

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  • Single Show Tickets are on sale now!

    Our Groundbreaking 2022-23 Season has something for everyone.

    This season includes two World Premieres (one play and one musical), a regional premiere, a Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, and the return of a favorite. EXPLORE THE SHOW LIST

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  • Kevin Moore: At the Heart of The Human Race

    36 YEARS OF THOUGHT-PROVOKING PRODUCTION, LEADERSHIP & LOVE WERE CELEBRATED

    On Saturday, May 14, 2022, beloved faces from The Human Race’s past and present came together at The Victoria Theatre to give Kevin Moore the retirement send-off he deserved. Thank you to everyone – the writers, performers, and most importantly, YOU, the people who support The Human Race Theatre Company – for helping us send … Continue reading “Kevin Moore: At the Heart of The Human Race”

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  • The Human Race boldly marches into its next 35 years with a groundbreaking 22-23 Loft Season

    The Human Race embraces its mission of “exploring the human condition” in its 36th season by presenting themes of family, national security, dementia, creativity, race, and autism. Honoring its mission by “promoting enlightenment, inclusion and understanding,” the season includes two World Premieres (one play and one musical), a regional premiere, a Tony and Pulitzer Prize … Continue reading “The Human Race boldly marches into its next 35 years with a groundbreaking 22-23 Loft Season”

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  • Isabella Roberts in Everything That’s Beautiful, 2022.
    Photo by Scott J. Kimmins

    Everything That’s Beautiful draws rave reviews

    The League of Cincinnati Theatres and Dayton.com praised HRTC's groundbreaking production of Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder’s play

    The Human Race’s production of Everything That’s Beautiful received glowing reviews, including this excerpt from David Brush at The League of Cincinnati Theatres: “… And then there is Everything That’s Beautiful – which may be a perfect example of what a 2020’s family drama looks like – earnest but honest, emotional but grounded – and … Continue reading “Everything That’s Beautiful draws rave reviews”

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  • Welcome to the Next Act

    The Human Race Theatre Company passes the artistic leadership baton to Emily N. Wells

    For Immediate Release The Human Race Theatre Company Board of Trustees, the Artistic Director Search Committee and Executive Director, Kappy Kilburn, are pleased to announce the appointment of Emily N. Wells as The Human Race’s next Artistic Director. The Search Committee, comprised of artists, community leaders, Board members and Human Race staff voted unanimously to … Continue reading “Welcome to the Next Act”

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  • Our Commitment to Accessibility

    The Human Race Theatre Company strives to make all our performances and experiences welcoming and accessible for all audiences.

    Free assistive listening devices are available at The Loft box office prior to the performance by exchanging a license or credit card. No advance reservations are required. Scripts for those with hearing loss are available with two weeks’ notice. Contact Tara Lail for more information. The Metropolitan Arts Center building and Loft Theatre are wheelchair-accessible. … Continue reading “Our Commitment to Accessibility”

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