The comedy 'Art' raises questions about art and friendship. It concerns three long-time friends, Serge, Marc, and Yvan.
Serge, indulging his penchant for modern art, buys a large, expensive, completely white painting. Marc is horrified, and
their relationship suffers considerable strain as a result of their differing opinions about what constitutes "art".
Yvan, caught in the middle of the conflict, tries to please and mollify both of them.
Ryan Brewer as Marc
Ryan Brewer was born and raised in San Diego with a great respect for musicians and actors and a
desire to be one someday. At an early age Ryan began the musical side of that plan by becoming
a bass player and playing in various bands recreationally for many years. In 2008 he joined a
rock cover band and started to hone his musical skills while performing the music he loves. In 2012
he joined a fully working cover band as a bass player and backup singer and quickly became an
integral part of their three part harmonies and quality sound. In 2015, he finally decided to
get into acting. He started off with a SDSU student scene recreation of The Big Lebowski's
"Where's the money, Lebowski?" scene starring as "The Dude". After only his second audition ever,
he landed the co-starring role of Ken Latham in the upcoming Independent Feature Film Uncle Reesie
which will be released in the Spring of 2016. He is excited about his first theater role in
Art and plans to explore future roles with Mira Mesa Theater Guild productions.
Tim Arends as Serge
Tim has been acting now for 38 years. Some highlights include: Barefoot in the Park,
Footlight Frenzy (both USAFE Best Play winners), the original cast of A Dickens of an Evening,
A Chorus Line, The Music Man, Sleuth, Lost in Yonkers, Greetings, The Rainmaker, Oklahoma,
and MMTG's production of Greater Tuna. As a director, Tim has been responsible for shows such
as The Mousetrap, Forever Plaid, Gaslight, Love Letters, The Dining Room,
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Almost Maine, Love Sex and the IRS, Greetings, Greater Tuna,
The Importance of Being Earnest, and most recently MMTG's production of Lend Me A Tenor.
Adam Wallock as Yvan
Adam Wallock has been in the theater for 25 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Dramatic Art from
UC Santa Barbara. He has studied movement with James Donlon, The Meisner Technique with Jose Angel
Santana, Stella Adler with Carey Scott, and at the Ivana Chubbuck Studio. You may have seen him in
local and regional theater throughout the state. Adam is very proud to be making his San Diego stage
debut with Art.
Regular Showing - $18
Matinee Showing - $15
Dates: Feb. 19,20,26,27, and Mar. 4
Time: 7:00 pm
*SPECIAL MATINEE* Mar. 5th at 2pm
Location: Wangenheim Middle School Theatre
9230 Gold Coast Dr.
San Diego, CA 92126
Tickets are also available at the door. Box office opens one hour before showtime.
I-15 north , exit Carroll Canyon Rd., left on Carroll Canyon. Right on Black Mountain Rd. to Gold Coast Dr. Left on Gold Coast to Westchester. Right on Westchester to Dunholme. Right into parking lot. Theater is at South end of parking lot.