Two River Theater brings the theater to you with online reading of Romeo and Juliet

Two River Theater’s bringing the theater to you with their upcoming online benefit reading of Romeo and Juliet, set to take place on September 30 with Act 1, and followed by Act 2 on October 1.

By William Shakespeare
Modern Verse Translation by Hansol Jung
Directed by Chay Yew
Live Event: Act 1 on Wed, Sept 30 and Act 2 with Q&A on Thurs, Oct 1 at 7:00 PM EDT
Last year we announced a partnership with Off-Broadway’s NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company) and their Artistic Director Mia Katigbak (Two River’s I Remember Mama).Two River is also working on an ambitious project to produce a festival built around Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. As part of that project, we plan to produce, in partnership with NAATCO, this modern verse translation of the Shakespeare classic by South Korean playwright, Hansol Jung (Wild Goose Dreams, Cardboard Piano). The translation was originally commissioned by Oregon Shakespeare Festival as part of “Play on! 36 playwrights translate Shakespeare.”
Benefiting Partner Organization: To be announced.

Tina Chilip
Tybalt, Servingman, Servingman 1, Musician 1, Balthasar, Page
Joel de la Fuente
Stephanie Hsu
Juliet, Prologue, Citizen 2
David Huynh
Mercutio, Gregory, Citizen 4, Paris, Musician 3
Vanessa Kai
Lady Capulet, Apothecary, Watchman 2
Mia Katigbak
Nurse, Abraham, Citizen 5, Lady Montague, Potboy, Watchman 3
Andrew Pang
Friar Laurence, Montague, Servingman 3
Jon Norman Schneider
Peter, Sampson, Citizen 1, Prince, Head Servingman, Petruchio, Friar John
Mitchell Winter
Romeo, Prologue
Jeena Yi
Benvolio, Capulet’s Cousin, Servingman 2, Musician 2, Chief Watchman

The Two River Rising Series is sponsored by Bank of America.

$25 | Sales will close four hours prior to event time.

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

Tickets for the online reading are available for purchase at $25 per person through the ink below. It’ll be held starting at 7:00 p.m. on both evenings, with Act 1 on September 30 and Act 2 on October 1.

source: Two River Theater via Facebook


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