Synetic’s powerful, cerebral and always riveting physical theater belongs amid the season tickets of anyone considering themselves patrons (and indeed students) of culture.” — Metro Weekly

2015/16 Synetic Season Subscription includes two ways to subscribe!

5-show package

Get all 5 shows in the 2015/16 Season including Alice in Wonderland, As You Like It, Romeo and Juliet, The Man in the Iron Mask, and Twelfth Night.

4-show package

Get all 3 new productions (Alice in Wonderland, As You Like It, The Man in the Iron Mask) and your choice of remount (Romeo and Juliet or Twelfth Night).

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Or call 866-811-4111, 9am – 9pm M-F / 10am – 6pm Sat + Sun.

Do the math!

Purchasing individual tickets: $65 x 4 shows = $240 + exchange fees.

Purchasing a subscription = $140 + FREE and unlimited exchanges.

That’s over $80 in savings including exchange fees ($5 per show per ticket).

Additional benefits include:

  • Priority seating.
  • Invitations to special events.
  • Access to special discounts for friends and family.
  • Access to extra tickets before the public!
  • FREE Childcare at select performances!
  • Subscription seats will never go up in price due to popularity! You will have a guaranteed seat for each show this season at a very reduced rate!
  • And all ticket holders can take advantage of Synetic’s FREE parking!


Or call 866-811-4111, 9am – 9pm M-F / 10am – 6pm Sat + Sun.


Get excited about the shows!

Alice in Wonderland, September 30 >> November 8, 2015

The whimsical Alice tumbles down the rabbit hole soon finding herself in the mysterious world of Wonderland. Synetic’s darker take on Lewis Carroll’s tale will bring to life classic characters such as the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, and the murderous Queen of Hearts with Synetic’s signature style. Directed by Paata Tsikurishvili, choreographed by Irina Tsikurishvili and adapted by Lloyd Rose for the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival of Washington, D.C., this production will have dialogue.

As You Like It, December 9, 2015 >> January 17, 2016

All the world’s a stage for our 12th silent Shakespeare adaptation, As You Like It! Forced to flee her home, the witty and resourceful Rosalind disguises herself as man and ventures into the unknown. Her grim exile is transformed into an amazing adventure once she encounters the lovelorn Orlando, who fails to recognize the object of his affections in disguise! Synetic’s purely physical interpretation of As You Like It promises to be a wild and boisterous comedy that explores the nature of traditional gender roles, power, and love with visual imagery that will be hard to forget. This production will not have dialogue.

Romeo and Juliet, February 17 >> March 27, 2016

Synetic’s landmark and “enthralling” (The Washington Post) production of Romeo and Juliet returns! In this passionate and lyrical piece, set among the gears of a giant clock, the greatest of Shakespearean lovers race against time itself to outrun their fate. One of the original “wordless Shakespeares”, this production received 6 Helen Hayes Award Nominations and 2 wins, for Outstanding Resident Play and Ensemble. This production will not have dialogue.

The Man in the Iron Mask, May 11 >> June 19, 2016

In this follow-up to The Three Musketeers, our hero D’Artagnan finds himself alone in the service of King Louis XIV after his comrades have retired. Unbeknownst to D’Artagnan, his old friends plan to remove the corrupt King, and replace him with his good twin, held captive in the Bastille! The Man in the Iron Mask promises more swashbuckling blockbuster adventure, rich in bombast and pageantry. This production will have dialogue.

Twelfth Night, July 13 >> August 7, 2016

After garnering 11 Helen Hayes Award nominations, Synetic’s 2014 hit is back by popular demand! Set in the Roaring ’20s and inspired by the silent comedy of Keaton and Chaplin, Twelfth Night tells the tale of fraternal twins, Viola and Sebastian, separated in a strange new land. Having survived a shipwreck and believing her brother Sebastian has been lost, Viola falls hopelessly in love with Duke Orsino and disguises herself as a man to enter his services. This production will not have dialogue.