Monday, July 26, 2010
6 or more tickets and receive 10% Off
10 or more tickets and receive 15% Off
15 or more tickets and receive 20% Off
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Directed by Seret Scott
September 21—October 10, 2010
Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's vivid tale is set among the bustle of New York in the early part of the 20th century. Esther, a talented African-American seamstress, crafts stunning undergarments for women from the brothels to the Upper East Side. Shimmering with vital and memorable characters, this is a powerful and moving tale of romance, independence, acceptance and what lies just under our outer appearances.
Directed by Matthew Arbour
October 26–November 14, 2010
Making great art is never easy. Making it in perfect harmony might just be impossible. When one member of an esteemed string quartet is fired days before the most important performance of their career, the others must quickly find a replacement. Personalities clash, tensions rise, and the musicians grapple with how far they will go to achieve excellence. This play—about the shockingly difficult dynamics of a string quartet—has been called "vibrant," "astounding," and "truly remarkable." It is a passionate, smart, funny and moving story that resonates with the creative artist in all of us.
Adapted from the book by E.B. White by Joseph Robinette
Directed by Matt Pfeiffer
December 7, 2010–January 2, 2011
You grew up with it. Your kids love it. Now see it brought spectacularly and imaginatively to life onstage. With adults, kids, and puppets, too! Celebrate the true meaning of friendship and family with Charlotte the spider, Wilbur the pig, and all the humans and animals on the Zuckerman farm. From the director of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, this is perfect holiday experience to share with your whole family.
An uproarious, subversive and delightful comedy about a whip-smart kid who lives with his far-from-conventional uncle in 1960s New York. When child services knocks on his door, Uncle Murray is forced to make a decision: hold on to the kid, or hold on to his life of free-spirited fun. A Tony Award-winner and classic movie with Jason Robards, this heart-warming tale is brought to the Two River stage with humor, vigor and a fresh new spirit.
Naughty, funny, dark, and romantic…this is a spectacular, twisty, and intoxicating revue of the work of singer-songwriter Jacques Brel. Over half a century after they were written, Brel’s songs retain their edgy vibe in a show The New York Times calls “a potent mixture of romanticism and cynicism, world-weariness and jaunty whimsy.” If you've seen it before, you've never seen it like this. If you've never seen it, it's about time!
Two River Theater Company — 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, NJ 07701 — 732.345.1400 — trtc.org