Alchemy Works greatly appreciates the financial support we have received from past and present funders: California Arts Council, CA$H (Theatre Bay Area), Gersten Charitable Trust, Japanese-American Citizens League, Sobrato Family Foundation (Sheri Sobrato), and True North Foundation.

Alchemy Works' 2003 season presented:

Where There's a WIL(L) There's A Play

at Julia Morgan Center for the Arts

For it's third season of risk-taking works, Alchemy Works presented an engaging collection of short works by, or inspired by, famous WILs. Though some are old standbys, Alchemy Works added innovative and odd twists.

A woman whispering into a man's ear
Sally Clawson and Zack Stern in "Ikke, Ikke, Nye, Nye, Nye"

The Program of 4 shorts included:

Alchemy Works' 2002 season presented "A Lashing of Malice, A Slice of Humor...the Adult Short Stories of Roald Dahl." Adapted and directed by Dylan Russell. Photo below from "Edward the Conqueror."

Scene from 'Edward the Conqueror' featuring four actors on stage
Rica Anderson, Micaelee Ellswythe, Michelle Hathaway and Lee Williams

Alchemy Works' 2001 season presented "me/" Conceived and directed by Mike Ward, this program included three works by writers with disabilities:

Parting Shots

by Cheryl Marie Wade
[featuring Mark W. Hendrix and Danielle Thys, below]

Scene from 'Parting Shots' with two actors on stage


by Susan Nussbaum
[featuring Nadia Adame and Afi-Tiombe Kambon]

The Rise and Fall of the US/them Empire

by Pamela K Walker
[featuring The Superlative Chorus below]

Scene from 'The Rise and Fall...' with eleven actors on stage

The above productions presented by the Professional Enrichment Program's (PEP) Alchemy Works theatre company.

For additional information on PEP productions, please contact us at [email protected].

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