Before Simon came out, his mother Ora was his best friend and biggest supporter, but now there’s an ocean between them of what can’t be said, especially around his father. After a life-changing secret comes to light, will the family’s bond survive? Critically-acclaimed playwright Harrison David Rivers (This Bitter Earth and Interlude) returns to NCTC with we are continuous, a semi-autobiographical story that explores how people can change and how love can evolve.
“A tremendous theatrical experience” – BroadwayWorld
“Exquisitely personal, yet universal” – Berkshire on Stage
“Rivers is an exceptionally adept realistic dialogue writer” – Talkin’ Broadway
“A deeply affecting play of grace and humanity” – The Berkshire Eagle
“It is a play that I will long remember and cherish” – The Berkshire Edge
“Will devastate you and compel you to your feet” – Nippertown
- Full run: Oct 20 – Nov 26, 2023
- Pay-what-you-wish Previews: Oct 20 – 27
- Opening Night: Oct 28
- Enhanced Safety Performance: Nov 2
- Post-Show Discussion: Nov 5
Harrison David Rivers (Playwright, pronouns: he/him) is an award-winning playwright, librettist, and television writer based in St. Paul, Minnesota. His plays include The Bandaged Place (Roundabout, New York Stage & Film), We Are Continuous (Geva Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Center), This Bitter Earth (Seattle Public, TheatreWorks Hartford, InterAct, The Road, Richmond Triangle Players, Theater Alliance, About Face, Penumbra), Where Storms Are Born (Williamstown Theatre Festival), When Last We Flew (Out Front, Real Live Arts, TheatreLAB, Diversionary, NYFringe), and the musicals Five Points with Douglas Lyons and Ethan Pakchar, We Shall Someday with Ted Shen, and I Put A Spell On You with Nubya Garcia. His television credits include One Of Us Is Lying (Peacock) and The Nevers (HBO).