Human Race Season Will Feature Vertical Hour, Ordinary Days and Lend Me a Tenor

News   Human Race Season Will Feature Vertical Hour, Ordinary Days and Lend Me a Tenor David Hare's The Vertical Hour and the regional premiere of Adam Gwon's musical Ordinary Days have been announced for the Human Race's 2009-2010 season at the Eichelberger Loft.

Opening the season will be Ken Ludwig's popular backstage comedy Lend Me a Tenor, running Sept. 10-27. The Tony-winning Dale Wasserman, Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh musical Man of La Mancha will follow, playing Oct. 29-Nov. 15.

The holidays welcome Leigh Allan and Scott Stoney's adaptation of Dickens' A Christmas Carol, featuring music by Greg Coffin, Dec. 10-27.

In the New Year, the Human Race will present David Hare's The Vertical Hour (Jan. 28-Feb. 14, 2010) and Richard Dresser's Little League comedy Rounding Third (March 11-28, 2010).

The final production of the season will be the regional premiere of the Adam Gwon musical Ordinary Days. The new work, which follows the lives on four New Yorkers, will run June 10-27, 2010.

Casting and creative duties for the 2009-2010 Human Race season will be announced in the coming months. Subscriptions are currently available by phoning (888) 228-3630 or in person at the Schuster Center box office in downtown Dayton. For further information visit www.humanracetheatre.org.

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