It’s time to hit refresh and return to Two River Theater – in person!
Join us this summer for a series of outdoor performances on our newly renovated outdoor Plaza. Each evening will run about 75 minutes and feature performances by Two River Theater artists.
Table of 2 – $50
Table of 4 – $100
Performances run select weekends: June 25 through August 22
6:30 Plaza Opens
Joe Iconis + Lauren Marcus, with other special guests!
Two River opens its Plaza Players Series with Tony-Nominated writer and composer Joe Iconis (Be More Chill, Love in Hate Nation). Joined by Lauren Marcus and other special guests, Iconis will rock Red Bank into Summer.
Real People Things
In Real People Things, we eavesdrop on the intimate conversations between Rosie Peters and Theo Goldberg as they get to know each other through pixels and wires and spotty wifi all leading up to the moment when they have to decide to put down their phones and meet in person.
ToyBox Live with Rinde Eckert
Rinde Eckert (Pericles) returns to Two River with his eclectic collection of instruments to share a selection of songs, readings, monologues, and unexpected imaginings.
Alea and Sinuhé
A high-energy performance that traces the musical heritage of many Latin American countries and walks the line between cumbia, vallenato, ranchera, jazz, and pop.
Upstream By Chesney Snow and Faye Chiao
Upstream fuses piano, beatboxing, spoken word, and soaring vocals to weave a magical musical journey of songs in this Plaza Players performance featuring Chesney Snow (OO-BLA-DEE) with musician/composer Faye Chiao.
Event Series FAQ
What Health & Safety protocols will be in place for Plaza Players?
The safety of our patrons, staff and artists is of the utmost importance to us. Two River Theater’s reopening safety plans have been created using CDC, state and local government mandated practices, in consultation with medical professionals through and . The following protocols will be in place for Plaza Players:
- All surfaces will be sanitized before the arrival of any patrons
- Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the plaza
- Tables will be limited to guests in your party only
Are masks required?
If you need to enter the theater to use the restroom, you are required to wear a mask indoors, at all times. Please remember to bring a mask if you plan to use the theater’s indoor facilities. If you forget your mask, one may be provided.
Masks will not be required for patrons when they are on the Plaza.
How will ticketing and seating work for Plaza Players?
Tables of 2 or 4 will be available for every performance. Tickets will be sold as general admission. Tables will be assigned by the box office closer to your performance date.
Only members of your party will be seated at your table. We will be unable to ‘pull up’ additional chairs. Tables cannot be split and resold.
Entrance to the Plaza begins at 6:30pm. You will check in at the box office table on the Plaza, where you will receive a wristband and table number. You will be responsible for wearing the wristband throughout your time at the event as proof of admittance.
Are food and drink available for purchase?
We are happy to share we have launched a new partnership with Sickles Market for Plaza Players!
All food and drink items must be preordered and paid for at least 48 hours in advance of your performance via Two River Theater’s website and pre-show emails. There will be no walk-up concessions stand. All preordered concessions will be waiting for you at your table upon arrival. Drinks will be kept chilled in table side ice buckets. No outside food or drink is allowed.
What if I am not feeling well?
If anyone in your party tests positive for, or exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 at any time within 10 days of your performance, please contact the box office. You will have the option to exchange your ticket into another performance, have a credit placed on your Two River Theater account, donate the cost of your ticket back to the theater, or receive a refund. For the health of all patrons, artists, and staff of Two River Theater, we ask that you keep everyone’s health under consideration.
What happens if it rains?
In the case of inclement weather, we will notify all patrons of show cancelations no later than 5pm on the day of the performance by email and phone. If a show gets rained out, you will have the option to exchange your ticket into another performance, have a credit placed on your Two River Theater account, donate the cost of your ticket back to the theater, or receive a refund.
Where do I park?
Free on-site parking is available in our recently completed and expanded parking lot.