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Getting There

Postponed to a later date

By Dipika Guha

World Premiere Commission

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Important Update

NCTC is postponing this production of Getting There by Dipika Guha. Your safety is of utmost importance and unfortunately the current Omicron surge in the Bay Area is disrupting our ability to assure that everyone at our theatre can be completely protected.



Kai and Julie came to Paris to see the sights, enjoy the food, and maybe learn something about themselves. After a falling out sends them on separate paths, Kai is pulled into an affair with a sophisticated older married couple, while Julie encounters an enigmatic woman deep in a war against herself. Twenty-four hours later, none of these five women are the same. Full of surprises and serendipity, Getting There is an intergenerational meditation on love, aging and solitude.

“NCTC gave me the liberty to write the play I was called to write” - Dipika Guha


By Dipika Guha

Directed by Nailah Harper-Malveaux

World Premiere Commission 

Originally scheduled for Jan 14 - Feb 20, 2022




“Worthy of praise” - Fordham Observer
“Intensely provocative” - The New York Times
“Deeply revelatory for anyone—which is to say everyone—who has ever tried to figure out themselves, their bodies, their feelings.” - New York Stage Review
“A universal tale of love” - New York Theatre Guide

“One of the most exciting up-and-coming playwrights hitting the San Francisco Bay Area stages” - India West


“A brilliant playwright” - Playwrights' Center Associate Artistic Director Hayley Finn


“I can therefore only look forward to whatever Guha writes next” - London Theatre 1




Relentless Award semifinalist for The Art of Gaman 


Awarded residencies at the Hermitage Artist Residency, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, SPACE at Ryder Farm, McCarter Theatre’s Sallie B.Goodman Residency, Ucross Artists Residency and the Rasmuson Foundation in Sitka, Alaska.

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