Two River Theater Company 2023-24 Season – Two River Theater Company

Two River Theater Company 2023-24 Season – Stage manager submissions

Two River Theater Company | Red Bank, NJ

Notice: Stage Manager


LORT Non-Rep

$776 weekly minimum (LORT D)


Equity stage managers for Two River Theater Company’s 2023-24 Season.

Two River Theater is committed to inclusive hiring processes and strongly encourages stage managers to submit regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, familial status, sexual orientation, national origin, ability, age, or veteran status.



Please submit your resume to Erica Leigh for consideration.

Deadline: 07/21/2023



Two River Theater Company 2023-24 Season


The American Love-Rock Musical

Book and Lyrics by Gerome Ragni and James Rado Music by Galt MacDermot

Directed by James Vásquez

Choreography by Mayte Natalio

The Joan and Robert Rechnitz Theater

First Rehearsal: September 5th, 2023

First Preview: September 30, 2023

Opening Night: October 6th, 2023

Closing: October 22nd, 2023


Artistic Director, Justin Waldman

Producing Director, Lauren Kurinskas Associate Producer, Dennis Chambers

See breakdown for production specific personnel.


See breakdown for production specific dates.


Two River has committed to five-day rehearsal weeks and no 10/12 tech days.

Equity’s contracts prohibit discrimination. Equity is committed to diversity and encourages all its employers to engage in a policy of equal employment opportunity designed to promote a positive model of inclusion. As such, Equity encourages performers of all ethnicities, gender identities, and ages, as well as performers with disabilities, to submit.

Extension: October 29th, 2023

Let the sunshine in! During the Summer of Love, a group of young Americans dream of a beautiful future filled with harmony and understanding. The groundbreaking rock musical includes the Grammy Award™-winning hits “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine,” and the title song’s ode to long, brilliant, beautiful “Hair!” Opening Two River Theater’s 30th anniversary season, Director James Vásquez (Old Globe Resident Artist, American Mariachi) and choreographer Mayte Natalio (Love in Hate Nation) bring their 2021 staging from the Old Globe Theatre. For mature audiences.


By Kate Hamill

Based on the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Directed by Shelley Butler

The Joan and Robert Rechnitz Theater

First Rehearsal: January 9th, 2024

First Preview: February 3rd, 2024

Opening: February 9th, 2024

Closing: February 25th, 2024

Hester Prynne dares to strive for a better life for herself and her daughter. Kate Hamill, one of American theater’s most celebrated contemporary playwrights, reimagines Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic tale of courage. This world premiere, directed by Shelley Butler, showcases the strength of a woman who will not let the rules of an unjust society define her.


By Tony Meneses

Directed by May Adrales

Marion Huber Theater

First Rehearsal: March 12, 2024

First Preview: April 6, 2024

Opening: April 12, 2024

Closing: April 28, 2024

Cordelia’s stuck. Cordelia needs to design a maid’s costume, but she can’t stop thinking about The Help and Maid in Manhattan and Gone with the Wind and As Good As It Gets and… and… and… How can she find a way to show these women for who they really are? Two River favorite Tony Meneses returns with this world premiere comedy, directed by May Adrales


By August Wilson

Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg

The Joan and Robert Rechnitz Theater

First rehearsal: May 14, 2024

First Preview: June 8, 2024

Opening: June 14, 2024

Closing: June 30, 2024

Citizen Barlow is looking for peace. To get it, he’ll knock at Aunt Ester’s door every day if that’s what it takes. Set in 1904, the opening installment in August Wilson’s The American Century Cycle includes the playwright’s most fantastical journey, where the secrets of the past point towards future liberation. Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg, Gem of the Ocean is the seventh production in Two River’s commitment to stage all ten of Wilson’s visionary epics.