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Getting There

Jan 20 – Feb 26, 2023

By Dipika Guha

World Premiere Commission

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.

By Dipika Guha (she/her)
World Premiere Commission
Jan 20 – Feb 26, 2023
Performed in the Walker Theatre
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By Dipika Guha (pronouns: she/her)

Directed by Nailah Harper-Malveaux (pronouns: she/her)

Cast: Simone Bloch, Joyce Domanico-Huh, Leigh M. Marshall, Desiree M. Rogers, Erin Mei-Ling Stuart


NCTC is proud to partner with the National Center for Lesbian Rights on this production.


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Full run: Jan 20-Feb 26, 2023

Pay-what-you-wish Previews: Jan 20-27

Opening Night: Jan 28

Post-Show Discussion: Feb 5

Enhanced Safety Performance with Limited Capacity: Feb 22



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


“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



Dipika Guha is an LA-based, Calcutta-born playwright raised in Russia, India, and the UK. Her plays include Yoga Play, The Art of Gaman (Relentless Award semifinalist) and Unreliable. Recent commissions include Azaan for Oregon Symphony, In Braunau for Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, and contributions to You Across From Me (Humana, Actors Theatre of Louisville). For TV, she’s written for the series Sneaky Pete and Black Monday on Showtime.

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