BAY VIEW'S  ALCHEMIST THEATRE

ALCHEMIST PRODUCTIONS presents a BRAND NEW SHOW for the holiday season!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

This production takes place in The Alchemist Theatre lounge.
While a classy and charming show, be aware that there are some loud noises, occasionally flashing lights, and atmospheric haze.

The lounge opens 30 minutes prior to showtime (opens at 7.  show at 7:30.)

No cocktails will be served prior to showtime.

Please be here and ready to begin at 7:30pm.

There is no intermission but you are free to excuse yourself to the rest room whenever you need.

Please refrain from use of any electronic devices.

While the cocktails served are "sample size," they are large samples.
Please know your limits and enjoy responsibly.


THANK YOU SO MUCH!   ENJOY THE SHOW!
An evening with
THE BARTENDER
another round.
written and performed by Randall T. Anderson

A brand new version of the wildly popular show!

A multi-media, one-man show featuring a flight of NINE COCKTAILS and the stories behind and surrounding them.

VERY LIMITED SEATING!   ALWAYS SELLS OUT!
RESERVE YOUR TICKETS ASAP!
NOV 30 SOLD OUT
DEC 1  SOLD OUT
DEC 7  SOLD OUT
DEC 8    SOLD OUT

DEC 14  SOLD OUT

DEC 15  SOLD OUT
DEC 17

DEC 21  SOLD OUT

DEC 22  SOLD OUT     

(this list updates daily. some shows may also be SOLD OUT.)
ALL SHOWS BEGIN AT 7:30PM
$37 (no service fees or taxes added)

"For those lucky enough to make it into the Alchemist Theatre this month, Randall T. Anderson’s one-man show, The Bartender, is the hottest ticket in town. The month-long return of the show sold out not long after tickets became available. Anderson’s warmth is deeply charming in the intimacy of the Alchemist’s bar as he mixes eight drinks and tells a few stories. As Anderson sparkles with wit while mixing out front, assistant Erica Case makes a tray full of samples of the same drink for everyone in the audience.

The stories develop with the aid Aaron Kopec’s atmospheric video and audio delicately punctuated with smartly dramatic lighting by Antishadows. The Alchemist’s bar is tiny, but the tech on the show makes it feel big enough to welcome the steady line of history as Anderson tells tales that range from World War I to Studio 54 and beyond. Stories are told of the Mai Tai, the Sidecar, the Manhattan and more. One narrative fades into the next as drinks are presented.

More than just a historical perspective on mixed drinks, Anderson brings a character to life onstage: the timeless archetype of the bartender telling relatable stories that are personal yet universal."
-RUSS BICKERSTAFF    SHEPHERD EXPRESS

THE ALCHEMIST THEATRE
2569 S. KINNICKINNIC AVE. 
MILWAUKEE, WI 53207
the.alchemist.theatre@gmail.com