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Ivy League Matinee at Marin Theatre Company

A matinee performance of 'My Mañana Comes,’ with post-show conversation between Dr. Tom Peters, Pres. and CEO of the Marin Community Foundation, and Michael Barker (DRA/SOM '10), Managing Director of Marin Theatre Company. Free wine and hors d’oevres


'My Mañana Comes,' by Elizabeth Irwin
Marin Theatre Company (397 Miller Avenue in Mill Valley)
Ivy League Matinee
Sunday, November 15 at 2:00pm (reception and conversation at 3:30pm)
Tickets $30.00 with code IVY30 (bitly.com/MananaIvy) (includes hosted wine and hors d'oeuvres)
Purchase tickets online or call (415)388-5208

About the Play
Join four busboys at an uptown NYC restaurant as they learn the hard way how to deal with circumstances that jeopardize their plans, their dignity and their camaraderie.

The severity of the minimum wage crisis and rights for undocumented restaurant workers are at the forefront of the Bay Area Premiere of Elizabeth Irwin's My Mañana Comes at Marin Theatre Company. "Honed nearly as sharp as the men’s paring knives" (New York Times) in its off-Broadway run last year, My Mañana Comes offers a fresh take on a story about four busboys' pursuits of the American Dream and a sociopolitical commentary on the solidarity of the working class.

About Thomas Peters, PhD.
Combining his clinical and philanthropic careers, Dr. Peters is in his seventeenth year as Marin Community Foundation's President & CEO. Heading one of the largest community foundations in the country, he is a leading national voice for community philanthropy, advocating and facilitating the dedication of private resources for the public good. During these years, he has served in state and national leadership positions in the field, and written on a broad range of issues. Prior to joining the Foundation, Dr. Peters had a 24-year career as a county public health official. He served in the San Francisco Department of Public Health from 1974-1990, including eight years as Chief of Staff, and was Director of the Marin County Health & Human Services Department from 1991-1998. He received his doctorate from the University of Minnesota, and for three years was a Fellow of the National Institutes of Health.

About Michael Barker
Michael joined Marin Theatre Company in 2013. He was previously the general manager of Laguna Playhouse in Southern California, the managing director for the Los Angeles classical theater ensemble The Antaeus Company, associate managing director at Yale Repertory Theatre and managing director of Yale Summer Cabaret. Prior to graduate school, Michael was associate director of marketing for Court Theatre in Chicago and also worked with Goodman Theatre, American Theater Company, Sansculottes Theater Company and the Playground Theater. He holds an MFA in theater management from Yale School of Drama and an MBA from Yale School of Management. At Yale, he was the recipient of the Daniel and Helene Sheehan Scholarship for theater management. He serves as chair of the Mill Valley Arts Commission and on the board of the Yale School of Management Alumni Association.

About Marin Theatre Company
Marin Theatre Company is the Bay Area’s premier mid-sized theater and the leading professional theater in the North Bay. We produce a six-show season focused on new American plays, and a four-show Family Series. We are committed to the development and production of new plays, with a comprehensive New Play Program that includes productions of world premieres, two nationally recognized annual playwriting awards and readings and workshops by the nation’s best emerging and established playwrights. Our numerous education programs serve more than 8,500 students from over 40 Bay Area schools each year.  MTC strives to create intimate, powerful and emotional experiences that engage audiences to discuss new ideas and adopt a broader point of view. We believe in taking risks and inspiring people to participate in live theater, regardless of personal means.  MTC celebrates the intellectual curiosity of our community, and we believe that theater is an important tool to help build empathy. MTC was founded in 1966 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

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