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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.


Part Time Custodians report to the Director of Facilities and are part of the Facilities Team. The Custodians responsibilities include cleaning, event set up/break down and other misc. tasks required to keep the facility clean. All Facilities Employees work together on special projects and events.

Compensation: $16/hr. Shifts vary 24-30 hrs/week.

To Apply: Candidates should submit resume to Julia Alvidrez, Director of Facilities, at with subject line “Facilities Management Assistant” or drop off their resume at the Two River Theater Box Office located at 21 Bridge Tuesday-Saturday 12p-6p.



Seeking customer-service oriented candidates to join our Front of House team. Staff members will be cross trained in variety of positions that support the Front of House operations of the theater and will be scheduled to work each position as needed. All hired staff must be able to work all positions as outlined below. This is a part-time position, requiring approximately 15-20 hours of work per performance week. Front of House staff report to the House Manager.

Compensation: $14-$16 hourly rate. This position is non-exempt and eligible for overtime pay after 40 hours at a time and a half rate. This position accrues sick leave in accordance with the NJ State Earned Sick Leave law.

To Apply: Candidates should submit a letter of intention (including where you saw this job posting) and resume to Front of House Manager Angela White No phone calls please.

Subject line should read: Front of House Staff



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.