Tales Of The Alchemysts Theatre

Tales of the Alchemysts Theatre is a performance company committed to bringing provocative and entertaining Jewish literature, Jewish writers and live music to those who have an interest in good storytelling, and a desire to explore ideas relevant to humanity.


“We are a company of four artists who have had a history of working together presenting staged readings with live music and producing podcasts with a national Jewish literature organization called Nextbook.  With Nextbook we toured Chicago and Washington DC, and performed yearly at Seattle’s Benaroya Hall.  In 2007 Nextbook began reorganizing and eventually became the now present online magazine called The Tablet. In October of 2014 I began making contact with my fellow artists to see if there was an interest in picking up where we left off, sans Nextbook. Indeed they had an interest and excitement to start working and reading together again. In January of 2016 we made the decision to expand  our literary salon into an official company and thus Tales of the Alchemysts Theatre  was born.

Our theatre format consists of dramatic staged readings interwoven with live music followed by audience Q & A.

We look forward to having you at one of our season performances, chatting over coffee, wine, and a sweet, and delving into the stories of some of our most visionary and awakening Jewish writers.”

Shellie Shulkin – Actor & Managing Director

The Board of directors


*** We are honored to have Rabbi James Mirel as our Advisor and Mentor to our company.

Gold Telephone 3Contact Information: Shellie Shulkin – Managing Director

alchemysts16@gmail.com – 206.660.1996      

Tales of The Alchemysts Theatre is a Washington state nonprofit corporation and an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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