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The Food and Beverage Manager’s primarily responsibilities include management and the implementation of the theater’s concession food and beverage operations; and leadership, planning and logistical support for special events and projects related to food and beverage service. This position, in part, is newly created in connection to the theater obtaining a Plenary Retail Consumption Theater Exception liquor license. The position provides the right candidate a unique opportunity to create and manage a new patron amenity at one of the New Jersey’s premiere arts organizations.

Compensation:  $22/hourly

To apply: Candidates should submit a cover letter (include where you saw this job posting), a detailed résumé and a list of 3+ references to, Alma Malabanan-McGrath, General Manager.  No phone calls please.

Subject line should read:  Food and Beverage Manager



Seeking a friendly, enthusiastic, and customer service oriented individual to join our box office team. Should possess strong computer and problem-solving skills and must present a professional and helpful attitude with all of our patrons, donors, and volunteers.

This is a part-time position requiring approximately 10–20 hours of work per week and includes working select shifts in a supervisory role.

Two River Theater is dedicated to the goal of building an equitable and culturally diverse work environment and strongly encourages applications from members of underrepresented groups.

To apply: Candidates should submit a cover letter (including where you saw this job posting), and résumé to, Michele Klinsky, Box Office Manager. No phone calls please.

Subject line should read: Box Officer

Application deadline: February 26/2020



Two River Theater, a LORT D producing theater in Red Bank NJ seeks professionally experienced and dependable theater teaching artists for periodic outreach programs on a rolling basis. Teaching Artists will incorporate the arts in schools using the work on our stage. Applicants should have extensive experience teaching theater to grades 4–12. Experience teaching Shakespeare, as well as in-school workshops, should be noted. Teaching artists need patience, a good sense of humor, intelligence and a sincere desire to inspire and make a difference.

To apply: Candidates should submit a cover letter (including philosophy on theater education), a photo/résumé and a list of 2 references to, Kate Cordaro, Director of Education. No phone calls please.