For those unaware of Alchemy Theatre Company, this was taken from their website.
“Alchemy Theatre Company was founded in 2012 by Cory John, Jeff Lowe, Jesse Runde, Stephen John, and Tiffany Berg. The ensemble met working on productions around Orange County and decided to band together out of a desire to diversify the scope of theatre generated in their local community.”
After a decade of putting on shows in Orange County, the theatre company is permanently moving its productions to Diamond Bar. Continue Reading
Alchemy Theatre Company is proud to present, in association with Concord Theatricals, James Goldman’s The Lion in Winter. Sibling rivalry, adultery, and dungeons – The Lion in Winter, by James Goldman, is a modern-day classic. Comedic in tone, dramatic in action – the play tells the story of the Plantagenet family, who are locked in a free-for-all of competing ambitions to inherit a kingdom. As Eleanor says, “Every family has its ups and downs,” and this royal family is no exception.
Performing One Night Only this with be a virtual performance on May 30th at 7pm. Alchemy Theatre Company is eagerly awaiting when we can get back out and perform live theatre in front of a live audience in person. But until then, theatre doesn’t stop for us; it’s in our veins. As such, this a show Free for Admission.
Harry Potter is one of the top, if not the top, best-selling fantasy books of all time. It’s a story people of all ages know. Puffs utilizes nostalgia and the preexisting story structure of the Harry Potter series to weave a smaller and slightly less epic tale about the lives of average students attending Hogwarts School of Wizardry. Think of them as the crew members on Star Trek who were never named or, better yet, as the nameless extras seen in the Harry Potter movies. Now there’s a play all about them. Alchemy Theatre Company presents: Puffs at STAGESTheatre in Fullerton. It’s a theatrical feast with an excellent cast, charming story. and non-stop comedy for two hours. This is quality theatre at community theatre prices. More than that – it’s magical!
Ladies and gentlemen, the apocalypse has occurred. Doomsday has come. Let chaos and sorrow reign. In Mr. Burns (playing at the Costa Mesa Playhouse) millions are dead, whole cities are abandoned, and electricity is a thing of the past. So what is at the forefront of everyone’s mind? The Simpsons. It’s actually not that surprising, the idea that survivors of a mass tragedy would steadfastly cling to pop-culture references that are familiar to so many people. What IS a bit startling is a the evolution of such a reference, the gradual change from a mere source of entertainment to a mythology that only loosely resembles its source material. Continue Reading
“I have been trying to get this show done for 10 years and now I have the opportunity and I need some help achieving my dreams. The story explores humanity at its best and worst and also explores the fundamental teachings of more eastern religions. We are all one, we are all connected, and one day we will all be together. It is a beautiful sentiment, filled with warmth, and love, and acceptance. It is not staunch and reverent, but kind and welcoming. This kind of love ranging from two lovers destined to fall in love in every life time, or the world at large, coming together for the salvation of humanity, is unlike any show you have ever seen.”Continue Reading