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"Whether you’re looking for an escape from the daily slog, a challenge to the status quo, or simply for a deeper understanding of our shared humanity you are sure to find it here. I invite you to join us for seven exceptional stories that speak to joyfulness, dignity, compassion, and unity."

 

-NCTC Founder & Artistic Director Ed Decker

 

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It’s 1950’s Hollywood and the Cold War is about to come knocking on silver-screen star Mary Dale’s palatial front door in this outrageously funny and ironically timely parody from Charles Busch, the master of camp.

Red Scare on Sunset

Sept 21 - Oct 21, 2018
By Charles Busch

It’s 1950’s Hollywood and the Cold War is about to come knocking on silver-screen star Mary Dale’s palatial front door. The Master of Camp is back in this outrageously funny and ironically timely parody from Charles Busch.

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Cardboard Piano is a riveting testament to the power of the past to shape the future, and the bonds of love, family, and forgiveness.

Cardboard Piano

Oct 26 - Dec 2, 2018
By Hansol Jung

In 1999 Uganda, teenager Chris meets with her girlfriend, Adiel, in the village church to marry in secret. But the war outside breaks its way into their sanctuary in the form of a child-soldier, tying all three lives together, forever.

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Avenue Q, Your favorite foul-mouthed puppets return home for the holidays. It's “a local tradition” according to San Francisco Travel.

Avenue Q

Nov 30, 2018 - Jan 6, 2019
6th Anniversary Tour

Your favorite foul-mouthed puppets return home for the holidays. It's “a local tradition” according to San Francisco Travel.

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At turns both beautiful and brutal, Late Company is a hotbed of visceral tension as questions are raised that no one is prepared to answer.

Late Company

Jan 18 - Feb 24 2019
By Jordan Tannahill

After a family tragedy, Debora and Michael invite their son’s bully and his family over for dinner. As the night progresses, pain, loss, and rage all come to a head, and there’s enough blame for everybody to have a share.

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Chock full of acidic wit, musical theatre references, and plenty of heart, Steve is a hilarious and relatable comedy about growing up, without growing old.

Steve

Mar 1 - 31,2019
By Mark Gerrard

Steve got his happy ending, but years later, his Prince Charming is sexting another man, his best friend is ill, and he’s hitting the expiration date on his desirability. Steve is a comedy about growing up, without growing old.

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The Gentleman Caller features two icons of American theatre, Tennessee Williams and William Inge who were just two aspiring playwrights sharing a night together, shut away from the world’s judgement.

The Gentleman Caller

Apr 5 - May 5, 2019
By Philip Dawkins

Two legends. One interview. Plenty of secrets. Before they were icons, Tennessee Williams and William Inge were just aspiring playwrights sharing a night together. As liquor flows and confessions spill, these men reveal sides of themselves the public never saw.

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Glam-rock, gospel and modern pop collide in the smash Off-Broadway hit The View UpStairs.

The View UpStairs

May 10 - Jun 9,2019
By Max Vernon

Glam-rock, gospel and modern pop collide in the smash Off-Broadway hit "The View UpStairs". When impulsive entrepreneur Wes buys a dilapidated building in New Orleans, he’s transported to its glory days: the UpStairs Lounge in 1973.

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