On September 25, 2014 Two River Theater will be hosting a special Salon for the TEDxNavesink audience before a showing of “The School for Wives”. We’ll serve complimentary food and drinks for two talks on the subject of comedy before a showing of the classic Moliere farce.
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SPECIAL OFFER: For $30, TwoRiverTheater offers private salon with Sickle’s light fare, craft beer, and talks by Dr Robert Saunders and Augie Carton, including a 7pm performance of Wendy Wasserstein’s “Third,” directed by Michael Cumpsty
On May 10, 2014, TEDxNavesink PLAY was held at the Two River Theater in Red Bank. It featured two dozen live talks and entertainments on the surprising ways that play is a positive force in our lives. Here is some of the press coverage from the event. TEDx shows locals that it pays to(…)
Five unique and talented local artists – Nina Bovasso, Jason Krugman, Lisa Bagwell, Sharon Sayegh, and Erik Johanson – explored the concept of play in their sculptures displayed at the Two River Theater in Red Bank for the 2014 TEDxNavesink ideas conference. The gallery was curated by Elizabeth A. Urbanski,fine art consultant and art historian. (…)
Driving past the Flaky Tart in Atlantic Highlands is damn hard. A pal and I know we aren’t the only ones to grab a post-workout maple walnut scone at this rock star bakery. Life is unpredictable and difficult and splitting a delicious treat with a sweaty friend is what makes us human and whole. Owner(…)
RED BANK: PUTTING TEDx INTO PLAY AGAIN (via redbankgreen) What is TEDx Navesink? Among other things, it’s “nonfiction theater” in which “every talk is a dramatic arc about ideas.” Or so said Rumson-native, software entrepeneur, actor and venture capitalist Brian Smiga speaking to redbankgreen last…
TEDxNavesink presenter Lois Holzman will be talking about the role of play in psychology. Here’s a taste of her thoughtful take on our themes this year. As a developmental psychologist, I have to keep up with discoveries and emerging movements in a host of fields outside of psychology—after all, human development is emotional, cultural, political,(…)
Republished from The Two River TImes. By Mary Ann Bourbeau RED BANK – Planning the TEDxNavesink event was a lot of work for Brian Smiga, in addition to his two full-time jobs, one as a venture capital investor in New York and the other as a video producer. But Smiga isn’t afraid of hard work(…)