RED BANK, N.J.: Two River Theater Company has named Nora DeVeau-Rosen their new managing director. DeVeau-Rosen, who will join the leadership team next month, joins Justin Waldman, recently named Two River’s new artistic director.
“I am beyond excited to join Two River Theater as its new managing director,” DeVeau-Rosen said in a statement. “TRT’s work over the past decades is truly inspiring, and they have had a long-lasting artistic impact on the greater theatrical landscape. I am honored to have the privilege of continuing to build upon the organization’s impressive history.”
DeVeau-Rosen will begin her tenure on Feb. 6 and will work with Waldman on the rest of the 2022-23 season. Two River is planning several opportunities for patrons and supporters to meet both DeVeau-Rosen and Waldman in the near future.
“It is a thrilling opportunity to partner with a tremendous leader like Nora,” Waldman said in a statement. “She leads with empathy, listening, and an ingrained desire to do right and bring us all together. Two River and the Red Bank community is fortunate to gain a fierce advocate for the collaborative, inclusive power of theatre.”
DeVeau-Rosen is a theatrical administrator and producer from Brooklyn with a deep passion for supporting new voices and stories. She recently served as a member of the development team at Pasadena Playhouse, where she garnered the largest general operating gift in the company’s history. She was previously the general manager of Cirque du Soleil’s the Works Entertainment, a producer of the world’s largest magic shows. From 2016 to 2019, DeVeau-Rosen served as the general manager of East West Players, where she helped the theatre double its operating budget and co-produce the Broadway production of Allegiance. A former managing director at Clubbed Thumb, DeVeau-Rosen has also worked with the Bushwick Starr, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, and many others.
Two River Theater produces American and world classics, new plays and musicals, festivals of new work, and programs for young people. Two River recently opened their Center for New Work, Education and Design, which includes rehearsal studios, artist labs, and classrooms. Two River serves thousands of students and community members through arts and humanities programs throughout the region. As of 2021, the theatre’s budget was around $5.9 million.
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