Richard Zavaglia and Dan Lauria in DINNER WITH THE BOYS by Dan Lauria
Judith Hawking and Christopher Daftsios in SWIMMING AT THE RITZ by Charles Leipart
Broomstick by John Biguenet with Andrea Gallo
Dan Grimaldi and Michael Irvin Pollard in LUCKY ME by Robert Caisley
John G. Williams and Benjamin Sterling in BUTLER by Richard Strand
ANGELS AND MINISTERS OF GRACE by Elaine Smith with Dana Benningfield, Maureen Silliman and David Van Pelt
Ray Abruzzo, Dan Lauria and Richard Zavaglia in DINNER WITH THE BOYS by Dan Lauria
The Award-Winning New Jersey Repertory Company is a non-profit professional theater in Long Branch. The theater's mission is to develop and produce new plays and to make a lasting contribution to the American stage. In addition, it also seeks to achieve the following: to be a catalyst in the redevelopment and revitalization of its surrounding community; to build and encourage young audiences and inspire interest in theater arts among young people; to nurture the work of writers from diverse backgrounds and to build diverse audiences. In keeping with its mission, NJ Rep has produced 104 plays in 18 seasons including 86 world premieres. The theater is committed to nurturing the work of not only established writers but new and unknown playwrights and has maintained an open-submission policy receiving over 700 scripts each year from throughout the U.S. and around the world. Through its Developmental Reading Series, NJ Rep has presented over 350 script- in-hand readings of new works. The majority of full productions begin as readings, a testimonial to the theater's philosophy of providing a true continuum from play development to full production. As a member of the National New Play Network (NNPN), a consortium of like-minded theaters throughout the U.S., NJ Rep has participated in 10 "rolling world premieres" where a new play is independently produced by three theaters in three different cities within a twelve-month period, often propelling an unknown work toward further productions and publication. These premieres represent a pioneering concept that is revolutionizing how new plays are produced in the U.S. NJ Rep adheres to no specific style or philosophy and seeks only to champion that which engages and challenges an audience with compelling themes and stories, and strives to extend the language and scope of theater as an art form. In addition to NJ Rep's Main Stage productions, 20-25 staged readings are presented each year. These readings give playwrights a chance to hear their play, discuss it with an audience and further develop it as needed. The New Jersey Repertory Company plays an integral role in the revitalization of Long Branch. Please note that all tickets purchased through njartstix are final. There are no refunds or exchanges. Most seating will be in the top section of the theater. Accessibility - please call the theater in advance of your reservation, or we may not be able to accommodate your requests.