Directed by Charlie Flynn-McIver
RIVETING | CHARACTER-DRIVEN | DRAMA
Winner of the 2022 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play
Keith, a mortgage broker and Ryan, a yogurt plant worker, are two men who, at first glance, have nothing in common. Their meeting, in Keith’s cubicle, evolves from a business discussion to a thoughtful exploration of parenthood, financial insecurity, empathy, and human resilience. Both intimate and expansive, this heartbreaking new play from Samuel D. Hunter (author of The Whale) is not a theological argument, but a plea for hope even in the face of profound loss as two men with seemingly very different lives grow to care for one another.
Pre-selected Masked Performances
In response to county infection data, feedback from audiences, and protocols implemented by peer organizations, NC Stage is instating the following protocol during our 2023/24 season for all public events in our building during this timeframe:
Until further notice, face masks are currently optional in all of our spaces except during select performances for each show (this show’s dates listed below). These performances are being offered to accommodate immunocompromised audience members or those who are more comfortable in fully masked settings, and are available to any patron who would like to attend. By purchasing a ticket to one of these performances, you are agreeing to wear a mask throughout the entire performance.
If you would like to exchange your ticket into or out of one of these performances, please contact the box office at 828-239-0263 or [email protected].
A Case for the Existence of God
Friday, October 20 at 2pm
Thursday, November 2 at 7:30pm
Thank you for your kindness, patience, and cooperation as we continue to navigate the best way to accommodate the wide spectrum of comfort levels among our patrons regarding masks.