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"Elizabeth Irwin’s involving, thoughtful 'My Mañana Comes,'…is character study with a political edge — honed nearly as sharp as the men’s paring knives."
— New York Times
August 26th - September 20th, 2014 at The Peter Jay Sharp Theater, 416 West 42nd Street
"By turns humorous and haunting... Director Chay Yew guides four terrific performances."
— New York Daily News
"Irwin writes fast, funny, lived-in dialogue"
— Time Out New York
"Irwin takes a boning knife to the stereotyped class of Mexican busboys... a surprisingly complex taste of the American Dream"
Just beyond the elegant dining room of an Upper East Side restaurant, four busboys angle for shifts, pray for tips, and cling to dreams of life beyond their dingy back-of-house grind. Expertly juggling delicate entrees, fussy customers and beer-swilling line cooks, the young men face off with management and each other. As tensions reach a boiling point, how far will each of them go to see their own mañana come?
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by Anton Dudley
Directed by Stephen Brackett
January 26th - February 21st, 2015
Four disparate Americans journey to Paris in search of love. A mysterious symphony of speech and dreams unfold as their lives entangle in a web of paintings, opera, and absinthe.