Actor, Filmmaker, Political Activist Sean Penn in Conversation at the Osher Marin JCC on April 10, 2018

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The Osher Marin JCC’s Literary Café presents Sean Penn in conversation at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 10 in association with Book Passage. In this on-stage interview, Mr. Penn will discuss his intriguing new novel "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff".

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An almost literally up-to-the-minute fever dream of a novel. - Bill Maher

Actor, filmmaker, and political activist Sean Penn discusses his most recent endeavor and first novel. "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff" is a scorching, darkly funny novel about Bob Honey — a modern American man, entrepreneur, and part-time assassin.

A thunderbolt of provocative words and startling images, "Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff" marks the fiction debut of one of America’s most acclaimed artists.

WHAT: An evening of lively on-stage conversation in the Hoytt Theater with question & answer opportunities and additional book sales.

SEATING: General Admission Seating

WHEN: Tues. April 10 @ 7:30 ~ Doors @ 7:00.

WHERE: The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N San Pedro Rd, San Rafael, 1/2 mile E off 101

PARKING: Ample FREE on-site parking.

CONCESSIONS: Peets Coffee, Numi Teas and a variety of snacks and freshly baked goods available for purchase.

  • Concessions may be enjoyed in the theater throughout the evening.
  • No table service.

TICKETS: $42 (includes book)             

MORE: Sean Penn won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performances in Mystic River and Milk, and received Academy Award nominations as Best Actor for Dead Man Walking, Sweet and Lowdown, and I Am Sam. As an actor, writer, producer, and director, he has worked on over 100 theater and film productions. His journalism has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Nation, and The Huffington Post. This is his first novel.

The Kanbar Center is the Performing Arts Department within the Osher Marin JCC in San Rafael, California. For over 25 years they have been building community through the power of the arts with music, voice, humor, taste, culture, movement, and words. You may find classical music, comedy, musical concerts, jazz, theater, and performance in the grand Hoytt Theater, as well as lectures, chats, and demonstrations in the Kurland Lounge and the award-winning family-friendly, multicultural Summer Nights outdoor music festival on Swig Field.
The Kanbar Center also oversees the rental of these spaces for special events, fundraisers, and community celebrations.

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