Inside Two River
Check out our upcoming Inside Two River events below.
Inside Two River is a series of arts & humanities events—specially curated for each of our productions. Multiple events take place each month and most are free. Events include: book club discussions, craft nights, film screenings, social events, open rehearsals, poetry readings and more.
Upcoming Inside Two River Events
Shakespeare Play-Reading Group with John Dias
Led by Artistic Director John Dias, participants in Two River’s third annual Shakespeare play-reading group will read the full text of Twelfth Night out loud, and discuss its language and meaning over the course of three successive nights.
Book Club: Gem of the Ocean
Taking place in 1904, Gem of the Ocean follows Aunt Ester as she guides the first generations of African Americans tasked with defining themselves outside the horrors of slavery. In this book club, we will discuss cultural memory, community, ritual, and legacy.
Hailing from San Diego California, poet David Tomas Martinez has won numerous prizes and fellowships for his work including a Pushcart Prize, New England BookFestival’s prize in poetry, the Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award, the Verlaine Poetry Prize, and an NEA Fellowship.
When his father goes missing, twenty-two-year-old Army veteran Atticus Turner embarks on a road trip to New England to find him, accompanied by his uncle George—publisher of The Safe Negro Travel Guide—and his childhood friend Letitia.
Inside Two River is supported in part by the William T. Morris Foundation.