TUSCUMBIA — The Tennessee Valley Art Association has announced its 2013 theater season.

Center Stage kicks things off with Ken Ludwig’s comedy, “Lend Me A Tenor.” Show dates are Thursday-Saturday, June 6-8, and Thursday and Friday, June 13-14.

In August, John Patrick’s “A Bad year for Tomatoes,” will be staged.

Show dates for this comedy are Thursday-Saturday, Aug., 22-24, and Thursday -Friday, Aug. 29-30.

Next for Center Stage is “Foxfire” on Thursday- Saturday, Sept. 26-28, and Thursday-Friday, Oct. 3-4.

“Foxfire” was written by Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn. It is the final show in the Center Stage season.

SummerStock at the Ritz, the art association’s educational theater company, will produce Victor Hugo’s international hit, “Les Miserables.”

Show dates are Thursday-Saturday, July 18-20, and Thursday-Friday, July 25-26.

Season tickets are available. The cost is $60 for adults and $47 for students. Season ticket benefits include priority seating, a rollover policy for unused tickets and names in the season program.

For details, call TVAA at 256-383-0533 or visit tvaa.net.

Patrons also may visit the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art, 511 N. Water St., to purchase tickets.

Business hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

All productions are at the Ritz Theatre, 103 W. Third St., Sheffield.


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