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In response to the latest guidelines and information from local and state public health authorities, NCTC has, with much regret, canceled the remainder of the 2019-20 Season. This included three productions, including the world premiere of The Book of Mountains and Seas, Sugar in Our Wounds and Fun Home. While letting go is often the hardest thing to do it is often the surest path towards moving on.

 

If you are a ticket holder, please contact the Box Office at boxoffice@nctcsf.org or 415.861.8972 to donate your tickets or receive a refund on your purchase. By donating the cost of your ticket to us, you are directly investing in our return next season.

 

NCTC's Conservatory classes have transitioned to online learning via Zoom with a selection of new options added. Offsite and After School classes are on hold until further notice. At this point, we hope that summer camps, beginning June 22, will be able to go on as planned. Please contact Conservatory Director Stephanie Temple at stephanie@nctcsf.org with any questions.

 

Moving forward means investing in our future, and we hope you will do so as well to keep our work’s vision alive for the community. Recovery won’t be easy but with your help it will most certainly be possible. If you are able, please consider donating to support NCTC so that we may open our doors for our 20-21 Season stronger than ever.

 

In the meantime, head to NCTC’s Offstage to Online for links to our new livestream, videos from playwrights, actors, students, and more. You can also dig into our favorite resources for joy at home including film and book recommendations, exercise links, recipes, and free online courses at Intermission with NCTC.

 

We hope you and yours stay well during this time and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Ed Decker

NCTC Founder & Artistic Director

 

Barbara Hodgen

Executive Director