Two River Theater is proud to launch its brand-new
TIDETIX Program for Theatergoers Aged 35 and Under
The name TIDETIX echoes the Jersey Shore and its vast, powerful community of artists and art lovers.
With that in mind, TIDETIX will enable audience members ages 35 and under to enjoy tickets to all season shows for just $25 a ticket and gain access to special events and promotions, including an under-35 post-show party after all 4-subscription series shows in Two River’s library space. This event gives theatergoers a chance to mingle, chat about the show, and enjoy free appetizers from local restaurant partners, along with up to 2 free drinks per person (soft drinks, water, wine, beer and a signature cocktail will all be available).
The TIDETIX program is free to join, sign up at tworivertheater.org to enter your name and birthdate.
When purchasing a ticket to one of the parties, ticket buyers should use discount code 35PARTY. To get the best deal, you can purchase a “Party Pass” for all 4 parties by adding them all into your online cart. All four party nights and performances for just $80 (regular price $100).
In addition to the TIDETIX program, Two River welcomes back the relaunch of its beloved Inside Two River event series, a collection of free events open to the general public and in conjunction with the upcoming production of Alice Childress’ Wine in the Wilderness, directed by Brandon J. Dirden.
Upcoming events include:
with Brandon J. Dirden and Crystal Dickinson
Thursday, October 6, at 7pm
During this lively discussion, Obie award winner Brandon J. Dirden and actress Crystal Dickinson will chat with WBGO radio host Doug Doyle all about Drama Desk Award winner Alice Childress‘ powerful piece, as well as their history with Two River over the years.
Paint and Sip
with Dontae Muse
Thursday, October 13, from 7:00pm-9:00pm
Dontae Muse of Above Art Studios in New Brunswick will lead the perfect combination of painting and wine in one of Two River’s stunning studio spaces.
Childress 101 with Kathy A. Perkins
Monday, October 17, at 7:00pm
Kathy A. Perkins, the Lighting Designer on the show, is also a theater historian and a friend of Alice Childress. Join Two River for a brief introduction to this talented and powerful artist!
To RSVP to these FREE Inside Two River events, visit tworivertheater.org
HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
We are excited to welcome audiences back for our 2022/23 Season. Effective September 9, 2022, proof of vaccination is not required to attend a performance or event at Two River Theater.
Currently, face masks are recommended, but no longer required, while inside the theater building.
Two River Theater will follow any forthcoming state mandates related to Covid-19. All policies are subject to change, allowing us to best prioritize the safety of our audience members, artists, staff and community.
Should we make a change to these procedures for any performance or event, all patrons will be contacted promptly by the box office and via email.
Production sponsored by Bank of America.
Two River Theater produces a theatrical season that includes American and world classics, new plays and musicals, programs for young people, and festivals of new work. Each year, we also offer 40+ events that reflect our diverse community of Red Bank, New Jersey. Two River produces work on two stages—the 350-seat Rechnitz Theater, and the flexible 110-seat Marion Huber Theater. The theater’s recently opened Center for New Work, Education and Design is a three-story facility that includes two rehearsal studios, artist labs, classrooms, expanded shops and centrally located offices. Two River Theater has commissioned and premiered original projects including Be More Chill by Tony Award nominee Joe Iconis and Joe Tracz (the theater’s first Broadway production) and Hurricane Diane by former Playwright-in-Residence Madeleine George (which won an Obie Award for its Off-Broadway run). In June 2019, Two River was nationally recognized by USA TODAY as one of “10 great places to see a play” across the U.S. Two River serves thousands of students and community members through arts and humanities programs at the theater, in schools and throughout its region.