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Plot Points in Our Sexual Development

Nov 12 - Dec 19, 2021

By Miranda Rose Hall

Regional Premiere

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Sex is complicated. Especially if you’ve got a history. When their relationship hits a breaking point, Theo and Cecily look back at their awkward-messy-tender-wonderful-heartbreaking pasts to understand the meaning of true intimacy. There’s no holding back in this provocative exploration of gender, sex, and the risks of being vulnerable with the one you love.

 

By Miranda Rose Hall

Directed by Leigh Rondon-Davis

Regional Premiere

Playing Nov 12 - Dec 19, 2021

 

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These performances will be in the newly designed Walker Theatre in the round and have limited capacity. Find our most up-to-date health and safety policies here.

 

NCTC is proud to partner with The Transgender District and SF's Office of Transgender Initiatives on this production.

 

   

 

REVIEWS

 

“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

“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

 

Playwright Awards and ACHIEVEMENTS 

 

Lambda Literary Award Finalist in Drama for Plot Points in Our Sexual Development 

 

San Diego Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Play for The Hour of Great Mercy


Hot Desk Playwright in Residence at Baltimore Center Stage

 

NCTC PRODUCERS

 

Season Producers: Norman Abramson, Michael Golden & Michael Levy, Robert Holgate, Lowell Kimble, Ted Tucker 

Executive Producers: Jonathan Domash & Stewart Kramer, Andrew Nance & Jim Maloney

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