The Alliance Repertory Theatre Company was founded in 1999 by Jerry Marino and Jeff Streger. We are a non-profit company dedicated to producing distinctive, challenging and thought-provoking theater, and to providing local actors, directors and writers the opportunity to display and expand their talents.
While working as a community theater from ’99 to ’02, the company was nominated for 13 Perry Awards for acting, directing and production value. The Princeton Packet placed three of our shows, “American Buffalo,” “Gross Indecency,” and “Laundry Bourbon and Lonestar” in the top 12 productions for all of New Jersey for 1999, 2001,and 2003 respectively.
November 2002, we were granted associate membership in the New Jersey Theatre Alliance, the consortium of NewJersey professional theaters. As a professional company, we have received recognition for such productions as “Oleanna”, “Spinning Into Butter”, “Lobby Hero” and “Blackbird.”
For the 2009-10 season, we were awarded both a New Jersey Obie and three New Jersey Theatre World Awards by The Star Ledger for supporting roles in “The Drunken City.” Recently in 2012, we earned NJ Tony Award for Best Comedy for “Something In the Air.”
As we move into our 17th season, we are extraordinarily grateful for the incredible support we have received from our audiences. Your support has allowed us to continue to provide exceptional quality productions to the community. We look forward continually to serving you.
Thank you for stopping by and see you in the audience!