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Williamstown Theatre Festival presents "we are continuous" by Harrison David Rivers

Artwork for "we are continuous" at WTF -2022

Simon and his mother, Ora, have always been close. She’s been his champion, his defender, and his friend. But when a life-changing secret comes to light, can their bond survive? 2020 WTF Foeller Fellow Tyler Thomas directs "we are continuous" - a WTF-commissioned play by Harrison David Rivers (Where Storms Are Born) that explores how people can change and how love can evolve.

"we are continuous" runs on the Nikos Stage August 2-14.

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