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ART by Yasmina Reza, Directed by Lindsey Erin

Produced by the Milwaukee Entertainment Group

Performed at the Brumder Mansion, 3046 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53208

This dark comedy raises questions about art and friendship and concerns the varying opinions of long-time friends Serge, Marc and Yvan. One of the men, indulging his penchant for modern art, buys a very large, very expensive, completely white painting. The reactions of his friends to his purchase creates tension in their friendship. For one friend, Serge’s purchase of the painting is a cruel joke.

Mark Neufang as Serge

Randall Anderson as Marc

Chris Goode as Yvan

Assistant Direction by Caitlin Clark

Fight Design by Tawnie Thompson

The doors will open 30min before each performance for check in. Once inside, there will be a half hour long Pop Up Art Gallery displaying Pieces by local Artists and Live Music performed by Local Musicians. A Cash Bar for refreshments will be available before every performance.

To purchase tickets please call our Box Office at: 414-388-9104

Or visit Brown Paper Tickets: http://artatmeg.brownpapertickets.com/

Online or Phone Early Bird Discount codes, available until May 5th!

code CRITIC for General Admission

code GALLERY for Student/Senior

“Art” — Performance Schedule

Performance Schedule

Friday, May 5 – Opening Night – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Saturday, May 6 – Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Friday, May 12 – Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Saturday, May 13 – Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Sunday, May 14 – Matinee – Doors/Gallery: 1:30pm – Curtain: 2:00pm

Monday, May 15 – PWYC Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Thursday, May 18 – Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Friday, May 19 – Performance – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm

Saturday, May 20 – Closing Night – Doors/Gallery: 7:00pm – Curtain: 7:30pm


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Performances of Mindy Kaling and Brenda Wither’s ‘Matt & Ben’ will be this weekend at the Brumder Mansion (3046 W Wisconsin). Shows will be at 7:30. Tickets are 15.

 

Synopsis: Living in their New York apartment, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck struggle to make a break , until one script falls into their hands. A hit when it was first presented in 2003, Matt & Ben follows the two men in this comedy which Time magazine called one of the “Top 5 shows of the year!”

 

Cast/Crew:

Matt- Jessica Trznadel

Ben- Abbey Bobzin

 

Director- Kyle Conner

Stage Manager- Chelsea Drenning

 

Here’s a link to reserve tickets online, otherwise it’s CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2582021

 

Hope to see you there!


AUDITION NOTICE

Reconstructing Grimm and Milwaukee Entertainment Group are holding auditions for the role of JAMES MORIARTY in this April’s production of SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE REGRETTABLE ENGAGEMENT by Liz Shipe.

This show is a sequel to the sold out production of SHERLOCK HOLMES AND A MOST IRREGULAR TEA PARTY that premiered last October and will be remounted this March at the historic Brumder Mansion.

This is a paid acting job.  The show will run through all of April and the first weekend in May.

We are looking for an actor that can bring an elegance to the character while still having an edge.

Interested parties should email: production@milwaukeeentertainmentgroup.com

There are only a set number of audition slots for the role, after those are filled we will not be accepting additional resumes.  Thank you.Sherlock Holmes and a Most Irregular T


MOBSTERS AND GUN MOLLS IGNITE MYSTERY
AT MILWAUKEE’S HISTORIC BRUMDER MANSION

Local history buffs know that the imposing four-story brick home at 3046 West Wisconsin Avenue, known as the Brumder Mansion, was once owned by a mobster named Sam Pick. Pick, who had connections with the notorious Al Capone, is said to have used the Brumder Mansion as a private “speakeasy” during the Roaring 20s where he served up bathtub gin, beautiful women and hosted high-stakes gambling. Today, the Brumder Mansion has been beautifully renovated into an elegant bed and breakfast.

Filmmaker and video producer, Tom Carr and his wife Julie, are putting their Hollywood expertise to good use as they debut the first in a series of “Brumder Mansion Mysteries”. The exciting interactive murder mystery event, entitled, “Speak Easy of Murder”, will premier at the Brumder Mansion on Friday 18th, Saturday March 19th and then will be performed for 3 additional weekends.

The Carrs, who are now the owners of the Brumder Mansion, believe that mystery fans will enjoy a lively theatrical experience amid the Victorian splendor of the mansion as they are challenged to solve a puzzling murder. “This play has something for everyone,” explains Tom Carr. “Anyone who loves a thrilling ‘whodunnit’ will have their chance to solve our mystery but history fans will also enjoy stepping back in time to Milwaukee in the late 1920s. The plot of our play builds in lots of local history, period costumes for the actors and even costumes for the audience to wear, plus more than a few twists and turns to keep everyone guessing until the final climax when the solution to the mystery will be revealed.”
PERFORMANCE DATES

Friday, March 18th & Saturday, March 19th
Friday, March 25th & Saturday, March 26th
Friday, April 1st & Saturday, April 2nd
Friday, April 8th & Saturday, April 9th

For tickets, room specials, and more information
on this interactive theatrical experience, please
contact Monica at (414) 218-2202


Hi Fletcher,
 
I was hoping you could help me out with your great email connection to the theatre community. The Brumder Mansion is going to start a Murder Mystery Theatre and I’m going to be hosting the events. We are looking for actors!
 
Info:
Who: Men and women; ages 21-50
What to bring: 1 comedic, 1 dramatic, headshot/portfolio
When: January 29th, between 1-5pm by appointment
Where: Brumder Mansion 3046 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI
 
This will be a paid position and the performances will start in March.
 
Please contact me by email or phone to set up the appointment. (414) 745-6319 or maretesh@hotmail.com

Best Regards,
 
Maretes D. Hein