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Ket­ter­ing’s Play­house South isn’t above tak­ing risks as it seeks to en­ter­tain with fa­mil­iar ti­tles as well as more con­tem­po­rary shows aimed at a younger de­mo­graphic. $13-$15 Sept. 15-24: “Women Play­ing Ham­let” Nov. 3-12: “Chess” March 2-11, 2018: “The 39 Steps” May11-20,2018:“Rock of Ages”

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Town Hall Theatre pro­vides an ar­ray of fa­mil­iar ti­tles in­clud­ing ju­nior ver­sions of many mu­si­cal hits.

$50-$75; $5-$15 Sept. 15-Oct. 1: “Dis­ney’s The Lion King Jr.”

Oct. 20-29: “Wi­ley and the Hairy Man”

Nov. 3-5: “Babe, The Sheep Pig”

Dec. 1-17: “Fancy Nancy: Splen­dif­er­ous Christ­mas The Mu­si­cal”

Jan. 19-Feb. 4, 2018: “The Giver”

Feb. 16-19, 2018: “Law &Or­der:F airy Tale Unit”

March 9-25, 2018: “Cu­ri­ous George: The Golden Meat­ball”

May 4-20, 2018: “Mada­gas­car: A Mu­si­cal Ad­ven­ture”

June 1-3, 2018: “Camelot and Camelit­tle”

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For over 50 years Troy Civic Theatre has of­fered fam­i­lyfriendly entertainment. Clas­sic come­dies are al­ways stan- dard fare in par­tic­u­lar. $58; $14-$16 Sept. 29-Oct. 8: “Yan­kee Tav­ern” Nov. 10-20: “The Pa­jama Game” March 2-13, 2018: “Es­can­aba in da Moon­light” May 4-14, 2018: “Mak-

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Un­der­croft Play­ers strives to give the­ater­go­ers qual­ity pro­duc­tions at an af­ford­able price. Sin­gle tick­ets: $5-$10

Nov. 16-19: “It’s a Won­der­ful Life: A Ra­dio Play”

April 19-22, 2018: “The Self­ish Gi­ant”

Xe­nia Area Com­mu­nity T heater’s pro­gram­ming em­braces come­dies and dra­mas as well as mys­ter­ies and orig­i­nal works. $12-$17 Sept. 8-17: “Play On!” Oct. 27-Nov. 5: “The Hound of the Baskervilles” Dec. 8-17: “What Hap- pened After Once Upon a Time” Feb. 9-18, 2018: “Last of the Red Hot Lovers” April 6-15, 2018: Un­til Dark” May 25-June 3, 2018: “You Can’t Take it With You” “Wait

Yel­low Springs The­ater Com­pany, de­voted to new and clas­sic works, be­lieves the­ater can“en­rich the soul, chal­lenge the mind, and ex­pand the heart of the di­verse com­mu­nity in which it serves.”

Sept. 28-Oct. 7: “Fefu and Her Friends”

Sin­gle tick­ets: $15 for adults; $12 for se­niors/ stu­dents.

Young at Heart Play­ers is pri­mar ilyd evoted to themes such as con­nec­tion and ageism in an at­tempt to en­hance com­mu­ni­ca­tion, cre­ativ­ity and so­cial­iza­tion in the lives of se­nior adults.

Nov. 17-26: “Tues­days with Mor­rie”

June 1-10, 2018: TBA

Mon­days and select Fri­days at Spaghetti Ware­house, 36 W. Fifth St., Day­ton. (937) 461-3913

May­hem and Mystery is an in­ter­ac­tive the­ater ex­pe­ri­ence known for its feel-good, up­beat come­dies.

$29.95 (din­ner and


show) Sept. 11-Oct. 30: “Zom­bie Non­sense” Nov. 6-31: “A Hol­i­day at the Movies”

The stu­dent arts ed­u­ca­tion or­ga­ni­za­tion con­tin­ues to en­rich the lo­cal arts scene with im­pres­sive per­for­mances stem­ming from a wide range of par­tic­i­pants from nu­mer­ous schools across the Mi­ami Val­ley.

Jan. 2018: TBA

Cel­e­brat­ing its 10th sea­son, “The Sig­na­ture” spot­lights ur­ban cre­ative arts, no­tably the art of spo­ken word, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Oral Funk Po­etry Pro­duc­tions and the Hu­man Race Theatre Com­pany.

Oct. 14: “Razzl eD az­zle: Decade Cel­e­bra­tion”

Dec. 1: “Be­yond the Decade”

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