Two Lakes, Two Rivers

Written by: Laura Jacqmin
Directed by: Dani Bedau
Location: Virtual Platform

September 3, 2020 through September 12, 2020
7:00 PM or 2:00 PM
$5 General Admission


Two Lakes, Two Rivers is a play about three college-aged friends living in a north-Midwestern town that has seen too many young boys slip on the ice and drown in the river. A moment of non-consensual sexuality, followed by the drowning death of one of the three friends has a devastating impact on the two surviving friends and the entire community. The play asks us to consider our actions, the complexity of consequences that can result, and what would we do if we were given a second chance.

Seating Policy

Late seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed. Patrons arriving after the start of the performance will be seated at the first available opportunity at the discretion of the house manager.

Children under the age of six are not permitted in the theatre, except for productions identified as “Theatre for Young Audiences”. Each individual attending the performance must have a ticket.

How to Park on Campus

All cars (even those with ADA placards/plates) need an SDSU parking permit to park in student or visitor spaces.

Save time and money by purchasing a parking permit prior to driving to campus. Through the Aztec Parking Portal create a guest account, purchase the $7/day permit and place the printed permit on your dash once parked in a student parking structure.

Permits can be purchased on campus at the top level of parking structure 12 for $3/hour, or via PayByPhone app (download prior to arriving on campus).