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June 20th 2024

The Paintings of
Carlo Altomare

An Alchemical Art Opening

You are invited to an art opening showcasing Alchemical artistic director Carlo Altomare's paintings on his birthday, June 20th. ⁠

A Thursday summer solstice art evening on the almost full moon!! Striking new paintings, including his Alchemical Process series.

Enjoy the roofdeck for sunset!

Thursday June 20th

Food & Wine Reception at 7pm

Gallery opens at 4pm if you can't make later time

Free, no reservation necessary.

Come browse the paintings installed in the hallways until August 18th, 2024.

June 28th – July 14th 2024


A new Play by Sophie McIntosh

Directed by Nina Goodheart

Presented by Good Apples Collective & Esmé Maria Ng 

A piercing fable about the wonder and brutality of motherhood

Mary is an expectant mother. Mary gives birth to a rabbit. Mary must adjust her expectations. A piercing fable about the wonder and brutality of motherhood, cunnicularii interrogates the crushing pressure new parents face and questions how much of ourselves we can truly give to our offspring.


Jen Anaya*,  Juan Arturo*,  Benjamin Milliken
and Camille Umoff*

*cunnicularii is an Equity Showcase (Pending Approval)


Written by Sophie McIntosh, directed by Nina Goodheart, and produced by Good Apples Collective and
Esmé Maria Ng.

For themes of postpartum depression, grief, gore, body horror, and death. 

Friday June 28th – Saturday June 29th at 7:30pm

Saturday June 29th – Sunday June 30th** at 2pm

Friday July 5th** – Saturday June 6th at 7:30pm

Saturday July 6th – Sunday July 7th at 2pm

Wednesday July 10th, Thursday July 11th**
& Friday July 12th at 7:30pm

Saturday July 13th 7pm

Tickets are $18-35 and available here.

Runs 90 minutes with no intermission

**Masks are strongly recommended for all audience members at all performances, and are required at the following performances: 

Sunday, June 30 at 2pm
Friday, July 5 at 7:30pm
Thursday, July 11 at 7:30pm


Please note that all front row seats may be converted into ADA accessible seating.

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Poster by May Lily Wang

July 31st 2024


Wildlife Wednesdays Series

Presented by

Wildlife Music Collective 

A Fully Immersive Sound & Light Performance 

Wildlife Music Collective co-founders Concetta Abbate, 

Charlie Rauh and Jesse Greenberg present the third show in their 6-month residency, "Wildlife Wednesdays" at Alchemical Studios.

This is a program about evolution and maladaptation co-created by three distinguished artists and sound designers John Roach, Thessia Machado and Ranjit Bhatnagar also known as the FOULBROOD ORCHESTRA in collaboration with performers from Wild Life Music Collective: Concetta Abbate (Violin/Voice) and Jesse Greenberg (Percussion).

What does it mean to not fit in? To be especially good at something that is not immediately useful? “Maladapted” is a fully immersive sound and light performance which considers how the natural environment shifts in symbiosis with organisms throughout time. We consider various manifestations of intelligence and advantage from the perspective of plants, rocks, insects and mammals, seeking to ᴅᴇᴄᴇɴᴛʀᴀʟɪᴢᴇ ᴀɴᴛʜʀᴏᴘᴏᴄᴇɴᴛʀɪᴄ ʜɪᴇʀᴀʀᴄʜɪᴇꜱ ᴏꜰ ᴠᴀʟᴜᴇ.

​Rooftop Garden Access After the Show for Artist Q+A.

Wednesday July 31st at 7pm

Doors at 6:30pm

Tickets are $25 and available here.
FREE Drink Included (non-alcoholic options available)

Event runs about 2 hours

August 4th – 14th 2024

Timon of Athens

There's a funeral party in Manhattan...

Presented by

The Elif Collective

The story of a young, rich & fabulous Manhattanite whose fortune dwindles after the sudden death of both of his parents.

This adaptation of Shakespeare's unfinished play drops you into Timon's world of luxury and longing.
Dive head first into the meretricious tatters, plastic food, false friends, glittering masks, and nepo-baby debauchery.

The Elif Collective's Timon of Athens is an interactive exploration of song, dance, bodies, sex, movement, friendship, and wealth. This play, adapted from Shakespeare's original text by The Elif Collective and lead adapters Abigail Duclos and Isabel Tongson, invites audiences to dive head-first into a world of meretricious tatters, plastic food, false friends, glittering masks, and nepo baby debauchery.

The play tells the story of Timon, a young, furious, and fabulous Manhattanite whose fortune dwindles after the sudden death of both of his parents-coupled with a new and special focus on his personal assistant, Flavius, who wants nothing more than to burn everything around her into ashes. Featuring two original songs and myriad dances (choreographed by Ellie Houlihan and our brilliant team of actors), Timon of Athens is a bold reimagining of Shakespeare's original text, bringing the timeless themes of friendship, money, jealousy, and desire to exciting new heights.



Apemantus: Marvelyn Ramirez

Flavius: Kiana Mottahedan

Lucullus & others: Melody Chen

Timon: Jason Maina

Ventidius & others: John Howley



Lead Adapters: Abigail Duclos, Isabel Tongson

Contributors: Henry Alper, Shayan Hooshmand

Original Devisers: Andrés Goldzsmidt, Allison Letterman, Santiago Mallan, Niraj Nair, Maya Weed

Sunday August 4 –  Wednesday August 14, 2024

Ticket link coming soon

Ages 14 and up

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Director: Abigail Duclos

Dramaturg: Isabel Tongson

Choreography: Ellie Houlihan

Intimacy Direction: Sabrina Carlier


Scenic & Design Lead: Maya Weed

Stage Management: Zoe Stanton-Savitz

Masks: Sophie Craig, Abigail Duclos

Costumes: Aly Hernandez, Bella Williams

Sound & Composition: Jasmine Richards

Lighting: Zee Hanna


Producers: Marie-Josée Bourelly, Sophie Craig,

Shayan Hooshmand

Marketing: Sabrina Carlier, Elsa Hana Chung

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