Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Online This Week at Two River

YOUR SCREEN IS OUR STAGE

We hope you and your loved ones are keeping well. It's been just over a month since the run of August Wilson's Radio Golf was cut short, and last week would have marked the opening of the world premiere production of The Hombres. We're looking forward to the future, when we are all able to gather together at the theater again. In the meantime, we hope to continue to connect with you digitally! Below are upcoming digital events, and events you can view now EXPLORE                      

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UPCOMING ONLINE EVENTS

Join us for these live online events taking place on Two River Theater’s Facebook, Instagram and Zoom Accounts!

A LITTLE SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH

SAT, APR 18 | 7:00 PM | FREE | YOUTUBE

Revisit Two River Theater's 2018/19 season production of A Little Shakespeare: Macbeth, a 90-minute adaptation of Shakespeare's ghoulish tragedy, performed and supported backstage by area high school students. Adapted and directed by Sara Holdren, this production will be available online through June. Recommended for ages eight and up. VIEW EVENT


SHAKESPEARE SUNDAYS: JOHN DIAS AND MICHAEL CUMPSTY

SUN, APR 19 | 3:00 PM | FREE | ZOOM

Actor Michael Cumpsty will discuss and demonstrate how Shakespeare's language overlaps the characters’ innate process of emotionally and intellectually pursuing what they want and dealing with the obstacles that arise. Michael Cumpsty has spent much of his career in the theater working on Shakespeare’s plays as an actor, teacher and director. An Obie Award winner for his performance as Hamlet at Classic Stage Company, he received raves for his Malvolio in Twelfth Night at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park. EXPLORE SERIES


STORYTIME: THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR

WED, APR 22 | 11:00 AM | FREE | FACEBOOK

Associate Director of Marketing Jenna Castano shares this classic tale of one bug's extensive snacking, a salute to our 2014 production of the Eric Carle favorite, brought to life by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia. The reading is suitable for ages five and younger. VIEW EVENT


POETRY NIGHT: CONNECTION

SAT, APR 25 | 7:00 PM | FREE | ZOOM

Continuing Two River's popular Poetry Night series, with a digital stage! Selected poems will follow the theme of "connection," drawing from a variety of artistic eras and poetic styles. Register for the event and receive a list of poems available to read for advance sign-up, or enjoy the poetry as an attendee!  VIEW EVENT


SCENE AT TWO RIVER THIS WEEK

A celebration of Two River Theater artists and productions, with scenes, monologues, songs and memories.


JON RUA 

Choreographer Jon Rua shares a dance sequence from The Hombres.





SHEA GRANT 

Shea shares a monologue from A Little Shakespeare: Macbeth






TRT AT HOME THIS WEEK

Join Two River staff and artists for DIY projects, crafts, activities for kids and families, classes and workshops. We’re here to help you keep busy, learn a little something new, and have fun safely from your homes!



LOVE IN HATE NATION ACTIVITIES WITH KATE







ADAPTING & DIRECTING SHAKESPEARE WITH SARA HOLDREN





SUPPORT TWO RIVER THEATER

Many of our patrons have reached out asking how to help during these difficult times. If you are able to make a donation to Two River Theater, it will help us to remain a vital resource to our community and stabilize our future. Donations can be made on our website, by mailing a check to Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank, NJ 07701, or calling Rachel Hulsart at 732-936-8805 between the hours of 10:00 - 4:00 Monday through Friday.  DONATE

For articles, at-home crafts, and more visit our #SceneAtTwoRiver page.

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SHARE YOUR IDEAS!

If you have an idea or suggestion on digital programming, please share it with us! We'd love to know how we can keep you engaged and entertained until we can all meet again at the theater!

(Due to policies set in place by Actor’s Equity, we are unable to make full recordings of prior performances available at this time)