WATCH, SHARE & ENGAGE
With Two River Staff and Artists
We miss seeing you at the theater, enjoying our productions together. Until then, we are keeping the love of theater going through curated digital content to share with you all! Please check our website and social media sites daily for artist features, at-home activities, crafts, classes, workshops and more! We encourage you to watch, share and engage with this content until we can once again gather together at our home in Red Bank.
In order to continue entertaining and educating audiences safely from home, Two River Theater is curating digital content and engagement opportunities for all at no cost. Please consider making a donation, of any amount, to help us remain a vital resource to our community and stabilize our future.
Story Time with Author Suzie Hicks: Zaynab the Great and the Giant Plastic Monster
Join author and Two River Theater enthusiast Suzie Hicks as she reads her very own story about plastic pollution, friendship, and community activism!
TWO RIVER PLAYERS: Marisol
José Rivera’s Obie-award winning play has been described as “an apocalyptic urban fantasy, which urges society to ‘wake up’ and somehow find a way to recover the long-lost and much-needed compassion for our fellow man.”
My Funny World with Rodgers and Hart by Barbara Andres
Award-winning stage and screen actress Barbara Andres (I Remember Mama) shares her whirlwind experience in the 1975 Broadway musical revue, Rodgers and Hart, saluting the iconic musical theater compositions of RIchard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.
TWO RIVER PLAYERS: Wedding Band
Set in South Carolina during the Summer of 1918, Alice Childress’ Wedding Band follows the interracial love story between Julia, a black seamstress, and Herman, a white baker.
Teen Poetry Night
Teens! We invite you to join us for Two River’s very first Teen Poetry Night! Step onto the digital stage and read a poem from any artistic era or style that speaks to your experience as a young person living in today’s society.
Spectrum Theater: Creating an Accessible Theater Classroom and Space with Amanda Espinoza
Join TRT Education and Community Engagement Manager Amanda Espinoza as she introduces participants to techniques, imagination exercises, and activities to teach theater to students with autism and autism spectrum disorders.
Ugly Sweaters—Costume Shop Tour
Before-Film Talk: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
Katie's Crafting Closet: Paper Lantern DIY
You’ve seen many of our artists onstage, but how many do you know behind-the-scenes? We’re bringing you weekly staff spotlights so you can get an inside look on the different people who make our theater tick day in and day out!