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Oliver!

Alli Walker
7 p.m. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Sunday. , Saturday December 08 | $36-$45 for adults, $34-$43 for seniors, $17.50-$22 for students.

 The 2012-2013 Eichelberger Loft Season continues with Alan Souza's uniquely revisionist version of Oliver!, Lionel Bart's play for an orphan who dared to ask for more. Exchanging the full orchestra of musicians and the workhouse full of children for a gifted cast of ten performers who play multiple roles, Souza reduces the story to its relevant core in a play within a play. 



Where: The Loft Theatre
Phone: 937-223-2105
Address: 126 N. Main St.
Website: www.humanracetheatre.org

The Loft Theatre

126 N. Main St.
Dayton, Ohio
45402
 
Home to Human Race Theatre Co., Dayton’s professional theater, offering high-quality regional premieres.
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