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Emerging Playwright Reading: Mother of Exiles
In 1898 California, a pregnant Eddie Loi faces deportation. In 1998 Miami, her grandson Braulio accidentally summons her spirit while patrolling the border. In 2063 somewhere on the ocean, their descendants try to survive the climate crisis. An epic multigenerational tale of sacrifice, love and survival that spans 150 years in 90 minutes.
Story Time with Amanda: Benji, the Bad Day, and Me
Join teaching artist and actor Amanda Butterbaugh as she shares Sally J. Pla's tender story about siblings Sammy and Benji, illustrated by Ken Min. Recommended for ages 5-8.
We believe that the essence of theater is democratic: it invites us to encounter, consider and perhaps adopt other points of view, if only for a brief time in a darkened theater. We aspire to build an environment in which artists, audiences, employees, and Board members from different backgrounds and experiences together form an institution that is equitable, diverse, and inclusive.
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WORLD DOMINATION: BE MORE CHILL, ICONIS, TRACZ AND TWO RIVER THEATER
As a central part of our mission, Two River Theater is committed to contributing to great American theater by nurturing and producing the classics of tomorrow. Since its founding, Two River has commissioned 16 original plays, adaptations, and musicals. Many productions that started at Two River Theater (including plays that we have commissioned, developed and premiered) have gone on to acclaim in other theaters around the country and internationally.