Mon, Jan 28 at 7:00 PM  |  Bow Tie Cinemas

Event Location: 36 White Street Red Bank, NJ 07701

In celebration of our 25th Anniversary Season, we are hosting a special film screening of our best-selling production of all time, Macbeth. Part of our  14th season in 2008, this Shakespeare production was directed by Teller (of Penn & Teller) and Former Artistic Director Aaron Posner with Magic Designed by Teller. This event coincides with our youth production A Little Shakespeare: Macbeth which runs from January 25 – February 2!

We are creating a pedal-to-the-metal, horror show Macbeth, absolutely true to Shakespeare’s spine-tingling intelligent, passionate, disturbing, and darkly funny text, delivered in a style that connects directly with the great American tradition of horror films—and serve Shakespeare’s dense, twisty and sometimes mad-making and maddening prose.” — Directors Teller and Posner

WED, JAN 30 AT 7:30 PM

In Partnership with The Local Line

Continue your New Year celebrations by creating your own DIY coffee mug or wine glass! Pick a cup, choose your favorite words, quotes or designs, and create the perfect glass for you or a friend!

Cost: $15

Includes one cup or mug, a custom design and light refreshments.




Mon, March 4 from 6:00–8:00 PM
For adults and high school students    |    $40 per person    |    Limited to 16 participants

Unkle Dave

Violence on stage has to look realistic while remaining completely safe for all involved. Founded by David Anzuelo, Unkle-Dave’s Fight-House is the stage combat team behind TRT’s productions of El Coquí Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom, Be More Chill, Seven Guitars, A Raisin in the Sun and this season’s upcoming production of King Hedley II. Combining his training as an actor, director, and martial artist, Anzuelo brings a unique approach to both fight-choreography and stage violence. His core team consists of Jesse Geguzis, Sean Griffin and Gerry Rodriguez. These amazing fight-directors/stage-combat teachers will discuss—and demonstrate—how violence fits into storytelling on stage.

1.       How did Two River Theater help jumpstart the creation of Be More Chill?

Two River commissioned myself and Joe Tracz to write Be More Chill. The theater supported us artistically and financially through our creative process. Two River nurtured me as a writer and as a human being. I’ve never had a better time working at a regional theater and I’ve never experienced a community as supportive and engaged as Red Bank.

2.       What was it like to premiere the show at Two River Theater?

A complete thrill. The theater feels just removed enough from the intense, watchful gaze of New York City but close enough to still feel connected to the NY theater scene. The staff at Two River is a collection of the smartest and most passionate human beings I’ve had the privilege of working with, under the gorgeous leadership of John Dias and Michael Hurst. It feels like a family business in the best way.

3.       What were your expectations for the show following its premiere?

My dream of dreams was that the show would transfer to a fancy non-profit theater in NYC and then move to Broadway. It became clearer after opening that that particular dream wasn’t in the cards for Be More Chill and that was hugely disappointing but not entirely surprising. The fact that the show was reborn two years after closing at Two River and  went on to an off-Broadway production and, now, a Broadway production is the biggest surprise of my entire career. Or possibly my entire life.

4.       How did the Two River Theater original cast recording impact the show’s future success?

The show would not have found its audience without the original cast recording, period. Two River

made the recording happen, period. Without the album there would’ve been no viral sensation and no off-Broadway production and no Broadway.

5.       What are you most looking forward to as the show moves to Broadway?

My dream has always been to have a show on Broadway that I care about, surrounded by artists I love and respect.  That dream is coming true this February on 45th street. I’m looking forward to seeing this misfit musical we birthed in a beautiful regional theater in New Jersey come to life in a beautiful old theater in New York City. The only downside is that I won’t be able to run to the Molly Pitcher for a nightcap after the show. Just another reason to get back to Two River to work on a new musical as soon as humanly possible.


Gift Cards at Any Value!

Let them choose! Gift cards are good for any Two River production, all season long!

Flex Ticket Packages

6 Tickets for $312
Enjoy maximum flexibility, and use tickets for whichever shows and dates work for you!

3-Show Subscription

Starts at $90

Spread some cheer with the rest of the 25th Anniversary Season!

Noises Off

Tickets: $20–$70
The class madcap farce-within-a-farce, to ring in the new year with some laughter!

A Little Shakespeare:Macbeth
Adult Tickets: $20 | 12 and Under: $15
The Bard’s spookiest tale of power, ambition, and corruption—in 75 minutes. For ages 9+.

Tickets: $20–$70
A world-premiere play about love, homecoming, and family.

The Belle of Amherst

Tickets: $20–$70

A rare window into the life of one of America’s greatest poets, in her own words.

Tickets: $20–$70
A play-with-music about a female band of African-American musicians in post-World War II America


For Sale in the Lobby

Great American Theater meets Great Coffee, Great Tea, Great Cocoa.

Fleece Jacket

Cozy fleece to keep them warm throughout the winter, and in that theater A/C!

Tote Bag

Just right for carrying your collection of Two River playbills —and much more!

Car Magnet
Take your Two River love on the road, and add a little Two River love to your bumper!



Be More Chill
Original Cast Recording
Catch up with the 2015 Two River world premiere phenomenon before it heads to Broadway!

Ballad of Little Jo

Original Cast Recording
Enjoy the stirring sounds of Two River’s 2016 world premiere musical

Be More Chill Deluxe Vinyl Album

A must-have for any fan, with colored discs, gatefold illustration, lyric booklet, and so much more!

To order merchandise and other holiday gifts, call the Box Office at 732.345.1400 or visit us at 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank NJ, 07701.

Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday from 10am-6pm, Sunday from 12-5pm & one hour prior to all performances.

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