News and Updates
Summer Theater Camp registration is open now!*NEW* This Year: Spectrum Theater Classes for students with autism (ages 10-17)!
Metro Scholars 2016/17
This Fall we welcomed our new Metro Scholar Class of 2016/17 to Two River Theater:
Michael Aron (Neptune High School), Joseph Broehl (Christian Brothers Academy), Matthew Conkling (FPAC at Howell High School), Ashley Friedman (OCVTS Performing Arts Academy), Kaylin Iannone (Middletown High School South), Alex Kern (Middletown High School North), Charlotte Larish (Middletown High School South), Suubi Mondesir (Red Bank Regional High School – VPA), Sophia Murillo (Saint John Vianney), Dixie O’Connell (Red Bank Regional High School – VPA), Alexandria Principe (Trinity Hall), Clarissa Shirley (OCVTS Performing Arts Academy), and Grace Wilson (Cedar Creek High School).
These high school juniors will spend the season seeing our productions, taking workshops, and working with our staff. For more info on the Metro Scholar program, click HERE.
Teachers, we are now taking reservations for our 2016/17 season. Click HERE for more information on how to reserve your seats.
No Seats Empty: Total Experience
We are pleased to announce that the following schools have been selected to partner with Two River Theater for the 2016/17 season: Arts High School in Newark, Asbury Park High School in Asbury Park, Barringer Academy of S.T.E.A.M. in Newark, Henry Hudson Regional in Highlands, andThomas Jefferson Arts Academy in Elizabeth. They will each receive in-school workshops to further engage their classes before and after they attend our student matinees. For more info on this immersive, grant-funded program, click HERE.
We partner with several local organizations to engage at-risk youth through pre- and post-show workshops and free tickets to our productions. Click HERE for more information on TheaterWorks and how your organization may apply to become involved.
Two River Theater’s education programs are supported in part by the Investors Foundation, the Jorgensen Foundation, the Mary Owen Borden Foundation, and the Stone Foundation of New Jersey, and are made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.