Individual Tickets: $25
Full Reading Series: $100
Sponsorships start at $1,000
How to access readings:
Ticket buyers will be emailed a link to access each reading, three hours prior to the event’s start time. If you experience any issues, Two River staff will be available to assist you by calling 732.345.1400 or emailing email@example.com.
SERIES LINEUP: Click on images for more information
Sun, July 26 | 7:00 PM
We will launch the Two River Rising Series by revisiting our 2015 world premiere production, an explosive and hopeful examination of America’s racial divides, in an updated script by Tony-Award winner, Ruben Santiago-Hudson.
Benefiting Partner Organization: The Ruben Santiago-Hudson Fine Arts Learning Center
Directed by Joel Grey
Wed, Aug 5 & Thurs, Aug 6 | 7:00 PM
Featuring a star-filled cast, under the direction of Tony-Award winner Joel Grey, we will revisit the classic 1939 play, a magical fantasy about the love between a little boy and his Gramps, which opened our 2013 season.
Benefiting Partner Organization: The Actors Fund
Directed by Annie Tippe
Wed, Aug 19 | 7:00 PM
Originally scheduled to have its run in April of 2020, the cast will reunite for a reading of their much-anticipated world premiere production, a fresh and nuanced look at the complexity and intimacy of male friendship.
Benefiting Partner Organization: The New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice
Directed by Leigh Silverman
Wed, Sept 9 & Thurs, Sept 10 | 7:00 PM
A deliciously smart and funny “academic sex comedy” about life in a small college town. Written by Playwright-in-residence, Madeleine George, the show premiered at Two River Theater in 2011.
Benefiting Partner Organization: The Audre Lorde Project
Modern Verse Translation by Hansol Jung
Directed by Chay Yew
Wed, Sept 30 & Thurs, Oct 1 | 7:00 PM
A modern verse translation of the Shakespeare classic by South Korean playwright, Hansol Jung, presented in association with Off-Broadway’s National Asian American Theatre Company (NAATCO).
Benefiting Partner Organization: To be announced.
All donations made to Two River Theater in support of the series will be matched by a generous donor, to benefit five organizations with a pressing need due to the impact of systemic racism and COVID-19. Benefiting organizations are identified by the playwrights and directors involved in each reading. All artists will be paid for their involvement in the series.