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WHEN: Saturday, August 28, and Sunday, August 29, at 2pm and 5pm. WHERE: WHERE: West End Arts Center, 132
West End Avenue, Long Branch. ADMISSION: free There is free parking
in our lot off of Sairs Avenue. To reserve your tickets call 732-229-3166.
Seating is extremely limited so call today.
We at NJ Rep, in order to ensure the safety of our
audience, actors, and staff, ask that all patrons provide proof of
vaccination and that masks must be worn during the entirety of the
festival. Please note that the plays contain strong language and
adult themes and are not recommended for children.
The schedule for the festival is as follows:
Saturday, August 28, at 2pm and 5pm Two Leopards Climbing a Fire Escape by Alexis Kozak,
directed by SuzAnne Barabas, assistant director Janey Huber, and
starring Michael Irvin Pollard and Jenny Vallancourt. Foreigner in My Home by Sheila Rinear, directed by Joel
Stone and starring Mary Francina Golden and Wendy Peace. What Are You Running From by Matthew
McShane, directed by Lindy Regan, starring Darin F. Earl, II, David
Farrington, Joelle Zazz. Sunday, August 29, at 2pm and 5pm Horoscope by Laura Ekstrand, directed by SuzAnne Barabas,
assistant director Janey Huber, and starring Evander Duck, Jr.,
Andrea Gallo, Christina Liang. Escape by Lia Romeo, directed by Gail Winar and starring
Benjamin Satchel and Desiree Pinol. Love Story in Three Phases by Emily Adler,
directed by Joel Stone and starring Deonté Griffin-Quick and
F. Earl, II
New Jersey Repertory Company is a
501(c) (3) non-profit professional theater. Your donation is tax
deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
If you prefer, you can send your
donation to: NJ Rep, 179 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ
We thank the following for their
support: The Shubert Foundation, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation,
New Jersey State Council on the Arts, SBA Shuttered Venues
Program, The Stone Foundation of New Jersey, New Jersey CRF, NJEDA,
JENNJOE Fund, The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, OceanFirst
Foundation, Princeton Area Community Foundation, Manasquan Bank,
Community Foundation of New Jersey, Monmouth County CARES, Investors
Bank Foundation, Jewish Communal Fund, Darien Family Fund, Vasi
Laurence, Linda Mitchell, Caroline Huber, and all our patrons,
year-round subscribers, and new audience members. We are extremely
grateful for all your support during these trying times.