EQUIVOCATION (2010) Andrew Hurteau, Craig Marker and Lance Gardner
EQUIVOCATION (2010) Andrew Hurteau, Craig Marker and Lance Gardner | Photo by Kevin Berne


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  • Jasson Minadakis

    Jasson Minadakis

    Artistic Director | x3304


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    Jasson (he/him/his) is in his 12th season as artistic director of Marin Theatre Company, where he has directed Shakespeare in Love, Thomas and Sally, Guards at the Taj, August: Osage County, The Invisible Hand, Anne Boleyn, The Convert, The Whale, Failure: A Love Story, the world premiere of Lasso of Truth, The Whipping Man (San Francisco Bay Area Critics Circle Awards for Best Production and Best Acting Ensemble), Waiting for Godot, Othello: the Moor of Venice, The Glass Menagerie, Edward Albee’s Tiny Alice, the world premiere of Libby Appel’s adaptation of Chekhov’s Seagull, Happy Now?, Equivocation (SFBATCC Award, Best Director), the world premiere of Sunlight, Lydia, The Seafarer, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, A Streetcar Named Desire, said Saïd, Love Song, and The Subject Tonight is Love. As artistic director of Actor’s Express Theatre Company, he directed The Pillowman; Bug; The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer; Echoes of Another Man; Killer Joe; Burn This; The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?; Blue/Orange; and Bel Canto. As producing artistic director of Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, he directed Jesus Hopped the ’A’ Train, Chagrin Falls (2002 Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Production), and numerous others, including 19 productions of Shakespeare. Regional credits include The Whipping Man at Virginia Stage Company, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Hamlet at Georgia Shakespeare, Copenhagen at Playhouse on the Square (2003 Ostrander Theatre Award for Best Dramatic Production), and Bedroom Farce at Wayside Theatre.

  • Keri Kellerman

    Keri Kellerman

    Managing Director | x3305


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    Keri (they/them/theirs) began their tenure at Marin Theatre Company in January, 2017, after having served the Playwrights’ Center as its managing director since 2013, bringing over 20 years of experience in nonprofit leadership to both organizations. During their time with the Playwrights' Center, they led the organization to greater financial stability, bolstered its capacity, and solidified the board and staff. Prior to joining the Center, they spearheaded Intiman Theatre’s revival and new sustainable business model in partnership with artistic director Andrew Russell. They have also held leadership and development positions at prominent Seattle arts organizations such as UW World Series at Meany Hall, On the Boards, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Repertory Theatre. They have served as a Minnesota State Arts Board panelist and as a board member for multiple arts organizations in other regions, including the Seattle-based dance company zoe | juniper.

    They are honored to be a part of MTC's dedicated community of artists, board members, staff, and audiences to embrace theater in all its complexity and humanity. 

  • Angela M. Colombo

    Angela M. Colombo

    Director of Development


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    A native to Marin County, Angela (she/her/hers) was born and raised in San Rafael and has a background in fund development, community and government relations and communications. She has focused her career on supporting projects that build community and increase opportunities for the arts and those in need to have access to enriching and impactful experiences. She comes to MTC from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Marin and Petaluma (BGCMP) where she was responsible for restructuring the development department and increasing contributed revenue. Prior to BGCMP she was the Director of Development for the Marin Symphony where she was responsible for overseeing fund development activities that accounted for more than 60% of the organization’s operating budget and successfully secured the largest gift from an individual in organizational history. Prior to her work at Marin Symphony, Angela worked as a Field Representative for then California State Assembly Member and current Congressional Representative Jared Huffman and prior to that was the Vice President at North Bay Leadership Council, a nonprofit comprised of major employers in the North Bay focused on policy issues.

    She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre from the University of California at Santa Barbara, was a North Bay Business Journal 40 under 40 winner in 2011 and is a member of the Marin Forum as well as the Government Affairs Committee for the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce.

  • Trevor Scott Floyd

    Trevor Scott Floyd

    Director of Ticketing & Audience Services


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    Trevor (he/him/his) has been with Marin Theatre Company since August 2015, when he began as an Artistic Direction intern. He now works full time across multiple departments as the Artistic Associate, Director of Ticketing, and Company Manager. Originally from the beaches of South Carolina, he graduated with a dual major in Theatre and Political Science from Clemson University before trading in the Palmetto trees for the Redwoods. He is a director and playwright who has had the privilege of Directing and Assistant Directing for many fabulous theatres including Marin Theatre Company, Playwrights Foundation, Novato Theater Company, PianoFight, GLOW Lyric Theatre, and The Warehouse Theatre. He is committed to a form of storytelling that is diverse, reflective, and disruptive.

  • Mike Post

    Mike Post

    Director of Production | x3301


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    Mike came to Marin Theatre Company after a 20 year period working in professional theatre in the Southeast.  He spent seven years as the Master Electrician of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival and then served as the Assistant Production Manager for two more years.  During that time he developed a second career as a Free Lance Lighting and Projection Designer working for most of the producing theatre companies in Atlanta and other towns.  Mike has been the Production Manager for The Center for Puppetry Arts, Georgia Shakespeare, Southern Arena Theatre, and Theatrical Outfit.  Mike has also worked as a College Professor for The University of Southern Mississippi and Georgia Perimeter College. 

  • Sara Waugh

    Sara Waugh

    Director of Marketing & Communications | x3302


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    Sara (she/her/hers) previously served for two years as the Marketing Director for the LA-based, touring performance company Four Clowns and its partner organization The Clown School in Los Angeles, while simultaneously serving as a Marketing/Advertising/Producing Graduate Assistant in the Theatre Arts department at California State University, Long Beach. She also worked as a producer and awards adjudicator for the Hollywood Fringe Festival from 2013 - 2015.

    She has been on stage before (and on ice!), but most of her experience has been working a variety of both artistic and administrative jobs ranging from casting, producing, directing, stage management, and production management to front of house management, general management, marketing and community outreach with LORT theatres like Center Theatre Group in LA, The Roundabout Theatre Company in NYC, and the Clarence Brown Theatre in Knoxville, TN. She has been a theatre kid all her life, having grown up in a household with a costume designing (and singing and dancing) mother. 

    Sara earned an MBA & an MFA in Theatre Management with an emphasis in Marketing from CSU Long Beach in 2015, and a BA in Theatre Arts from the University of Tennessee in 2007.

  • Ashleigh Worley

    Ashleigh Worley

    Director of Education


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    Hailing from the east coast, Ashleigh (she/her/hers) paid her dues working in the trenches of education as a public school theatre teacher for grades 6-12. As an award-winning director and educator, she was charged with designing curriculum for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction to use as examples of best practice. Ashleigh has worked for theatre companies across North Carolina in a variety of capacities from special effects makeup, directing, teaching artistry, and design. While full time in-school teaching holds her heart, Ashleigh decided to make the leap to professional theatre to expand her reach to students beyond her classroom walls. Since then, Ashleigh has worked as a director, stage manager, teaching artist, and educational consultant for multiple arts organizations around the Bay Area. Ashleigh joined the Marin Theatre Company Education Team in 2015.


  • Laura A. Brueckner

    Laura A. Brueckner

    Literary Manager & Resident Dramaturg


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    Laura Brueckner has been supporting productions and playwrights with her dramaturgical work for over 20 years, with an emphasis on digital dramaturgy, world premieres, and commissions. During this time, she has been proud to count among her collaborators stellar artists such as MTC Playwright in Residence Lauren Gunderson, Christopher Chen, Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig, Mina Morita, Marissa Wolf, Idris Goodwin, Lachlan Philpott, and Dominique Serrand, as well as groundbreaking companies Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Crowded Fire Theater, The New Harmony Project, Playwrights Foundation, and, now, Marin Theatre Company. As an artist, she is committed to theatre as a path of social action, critical inquiry, discovery, and delight. Her journalistic writing on artistic process and audience engagement has been published by HowlRound and Theatre Bay Area; her dramaturgical writing has been published by Berkeley Rep, California Shakespeare Theater, and Crowded Fire. A current member of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, she holds a B.A. in English dramatic literature (magna cum laude) from U.C. Berkeley and a Ph.D. in dramaturgy from U.C. San Diego.

  • Trevor Scott Floyd

    Trevor Scott Floyd

    Artistic Assistant & Company Manager


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    Trevor (he/him/his) has been with Marin Theatre Company since August 2015, when he began as an Artistic Direction intern. He now works full time across multiple departments as the Artistic Associate, Director of Ticketing, and Company Manager. Originally from the beaches of South Carolina, he graduated with a dual major in Theatre and Political Science from Clemson University before trading in the Palmetto trees for the Redwoods. He is a director and playwright who has had the privilege of Directing and Assistant Directing for many fabulous theatres including Marin Theatre Company, Playwrights Foundation, Novato Theater Company, PianoFight, GLOW Lyric Theatre, and The Warehouse Theatre. He is committed to a form of storytelling that is diverse, reflective, and disruptive.

  • Lauren Gunderson

    Lauren Gunderson

    Playwright in Residence

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    Lauren Gunderson (she/her/hers) is the most produced living playwright in America of 2016, winner of the Lanford Wilson Award and Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award, a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and John Gassner Award for Playwriting, and a recipient of the Mellon Foundation’s 3-Year Residency with Marin Theatre Co. She studied Southern Literature and Drama at Emory University, and Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School where she was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship. Her work has been commissioned and premiered at companies across the US including South Cost Rep (Emilie, Silent Sky), Marin Theatre Co (I and You), The Denver Center (The Book of Will), The Kennedy Center (The Amazing Adventures of Dr. Wonderful And Her Dog!), San Francisco Playhouse (Bauer), and many more. Her work is published at Playscripts, Dramatists, and Samuel French (Emilie). Her children's book “Blast Off To The Moon! Dr. Wonderful and Her Dog" comes out next May. LaurenGunderson.com and @LalaTellsAStory.

    Lauren Gunderson is in residence with MTC through of the support of the Mellon Foundation’s National Playwright Residency Program administered in partnership with HowlRound.

  • Dori Jacob

    Dori Jacob

    Casting Director


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    Dori Jacob joined Marin Theatre Company as the Casting Director and Associate Producer in May 2015. For the past 4 seasons, she served as the Director of New Play Development for Magic Theatre in San Francisco and dramaturged the world premieres of Octavio Solis’ Se Llama Cristina, Linda McLean’s Every Five Minutes, Christina Anderson’s pen/man/ship and John Kolvenbach’s Sister Play. As the resident producer for Magic Theatre’s developmental programming, Jacob’s credits include 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2015 Virgin Play Series, the 2012 Asian Explosion Reading Series and the 2013 Costume Shop Festival. Further Bay Area dramaturgy/producing/casting credits include Assassins at Shotgun Players, Marilee Talkington’s The Creative Process at SOMArts, and Laura Schellhardt's The Comparables and Elizabeth Hersh’s Shelter In Place at Playwrights Foundation. Jacob previously served on the executive board and literary committee for the National New Play Network, is a current member of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas and is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.


  • Hannah Keefer

    Hannah Keefer

    Resident Teaching Artist


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    Hannah Keefer (she/her/hers) joined Marin Theatre Company as a Resident Teaching Artist in June of 2015, where she began by directing the MTC Teen Camp production of Mary Poppins. She is a 2012 graduate of Huntington University in Indiana, with a B.S. in Theatre Education. Her theater work at Huntington included full theatrical productions (Once Upon a Mattress, Guys and Dolls, Picnic, The Cherry Orchard, Beauty and the Beast), reader’s theatre (Good People), one-acts (The Actor’s Nightmare), children’s theatre (High School Musical, Jr.) and various musical revues. When student teaching at Warsaw Community High School in Warsaw, IN, she directed the children’s theatre show Humpty-Dumpty Is Missing! or The Mysterious Case of the Fallen Egg, as well as assisting with student productions of Anne of Avonlea and John Lennon and Me. Before college, she taught drama to middle school and high school students with groups like Alive Drama Team in Rock Falls, IL, and New Life Drama Company, a traveling theatre troupe based out of Cleveland, TN.


  • Rachel Hurado

    Rachel Hurado

    Assistant Production Manager


  • Jeff Klein

    Jeff Klein

    Technical Director | x3330


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    Jeff started first working at MTC as an overhire carpenter in January 2006, was hired full time as the Assistant Technical Director in October 2006.  With 9 seasons and nearly 5 dozen productions to his name here, he was then promoted to Technical Director in June of 2015.  A native Texan originally from San Antonio, Jeff has worked in all aspects of theatre.  Getting the theatre itch in high school with some minor acting roles, he attended college graduating with a B.A. in Humanities with a Theatre minor.  Eventually moving into a full time technical/behind in the scenes career in his mid 20s, Jeff has a storied history working from theme park venues in Texas to a magic show in Branson, MO and then landing in the San Francisco Bay Area which he has been proud to call home since 2005.  While Jeff misses the time acting on stage, he considers himself a character of life and does his best undertaking the roles of comedy (and drama, of course) that seemingly come at him everyday.

  • Liam Rudisill

    Assistant Technical Director


  • Danny Osburn

    Master Electrician | x3333


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    Danny Osburn is an electrician and lighting designer native to the East Bay. Prior to joining MTC, Danny spent seven years in Chicago. There he worked as the Master Electrician of Lifeline Theatre and of Adventure Stage Chicago, and as the Assistant ME for Northwestern University’s Cherubs program for four summers. In addition, he has worked as a freelance electrician for companies ranging from Steppenwolf to the Museum of Contemporary Art. Danny cut his teeth as a professional electrician as an intern for MTC in 2010. He earned a BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Northwestern in 2011.

  • Sarah Smith

    Sarah Smith

    Costume Shop Manager


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    Sarah was born in raised in beautiful Boulder, CO and moved to San Francisco in 2014. Since then she has been working as a freelance designer, costume builder, and personal tailor throughout the area as well as back home in Colorado. She first worked with MTC in the spring of 2016 as an assistant designer, builder and member of the wardrobe crew and is stoked to officially join the company as Costume Shop Manager. Sarah holds a BA in Theatrical Arts and Classical Studies from the University of Puget Sound and is currently pursuing an Associates Degree in Fashion Patterning and Design at Apparel Arts in Oakland.


  • Jeff Berlin

    Graphic Designer


  • Kate Robinson

    Kate Robinson

    Communications & Public Relations Associate


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    Kate joined Marin Theatre Company as a Literary Intern in August 2016 and after finishing her internship this spring she has made the jump to the Marketing department to serve as the Communications & PR Associate. Originally from the corn fields of Ohio, she graduated with a B.F.A in Dramaturgy from Carnegie Mellon University. While living in Pittsburgh she worked in the literary department of City Theatre Company, as an archivist at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and professionally as a freelance dramaturg. She is a determined listener, avid reader, and aspiring social media wizard.


  • Julia Ludwig

    Julia Ludwig

    Development Associate


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    Julia (she/her/hers) joined Marin Theatre Company in June 2017 as the Development Associate. She previously was the Development and Special Events Fellow at American Conservatory Theater. She has also worked for the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific and the Ojai Music Festival. Julia earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Management at University of the Pacific. She has a strong passion for the arts and firmly believes in arts education. Her passion has led to a variety of endeavors such as performing in operas, plays, and musicals, to playing the clarinet and conducting. Julia continues to perform at various theaters in the Bay Area and loves working in this creative and welcoming community.

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  • Haley Bertelsen

    Haley Bertelsen

    Audience Services Manager


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    Haley Bertelsen is an actor born and bred in beautiful Seattle, Washington, Go Hawks! Haley is a BFA Theatre graduate with a specialization in performance from Central Washington University. Since June of 2015 she has been living in the middle of the beautiful Redwoods and has worked as an assistant director, intern, and finally Education Coordinator and Resident Teaching Artist for Marin Theatre Company. Haley prides herself in being able to say she is also a princess for Amazing Fairytale Parties.

  • Elliott Hanson

    Elliott Hanson

    Front of House Associate


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    Elliott has been working at Marin Theatre Company since January 2017. Before joining the MTC team, he was fortunate enough to work and perform in venues such as The Huntington Theater, the Edinburgh Fringe, and throughout Madrid, Spain. Elliott received his B.S. from Boston University, where he learned that he was too much of a wimp for New England weather.


  • Safi Manzoor

    Safi Manzoor

    Finance Manager | x3309


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    Safi joined MTC in May 2013 as Business Manager. He previously worked as a contractor with the United States Department of Defense, where he held several positions including Executive Administrative Assistant and Linguists’ Site Manager. He has also worked with IBM as Linguistic Consultant in building Machine Translation Devices for the DoD. He holds a BS in physiology and an AA in Business Administration.

  • Pablo Hamlin | x3373

    Pablo Hamlin | x3373

    Office Manager


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    Pablo Hamlin has been working at Marin Theatre Company since July 2015. He started off as a part time house manager and box office associate and eventually moved up to the Interim Director of Ticketing position. After helming the box office for several months, Pablo moved upstairs to his current position of Office Manager and Administrative Assistant to the Financial Manager. Pablo is a recent graduate of San Francisco State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Performance. Outside of MTC, Pablo has acted in shows produced by theater’s such as Ross Valley Players (Robin Hood), East Bay Children’s Theatre (Aladdin), and East Bay Children’s Theatre (Seussical). Pablo is very happy to be working with such a welcoming and hardworking staff to produce some amazing productions.