Synetic Theater: Current Program Status
Updated May 14, 2020 – 3:40pm
Madloba Virtual Physical Theater Conference
May 25 – 28
Synetic’s first designed-for-digital adaptation!
June 10 – 30
Teen Romeo and Juliet
March 28 – April 5Canceled
Spring Break Camp 2020
April 6 – 10
Life is a Dream
April 21 – May 17Postponed indefinitely.
The Servant of Two Masters
June 17 – July 12, 2020
In the meantime…
Introducing Synetic Streaming: See some of your favorite Synetic shows from the comfort of your own home! Click here to learn more…
Plus, get moving with Virtual Synetic Fitness! Click here to learn more…
Update March 24, 2020:
Given Governor Northam’s Order that non-essential business cannot host more than 10 people, and with the well-being of our students, staff, and community in mind, Synetic has made the difficult decision to cancel out Spring Break Camps for 2020 and make our Saturday Morning Spring Classes a virtual offering. Thank you for your understanding!
Update March 12, 2020:
A letter from Managing Director Jason Najjoum and Artistic Director Paata Tsikurishvili;
Out of concern for the safety of our community, and in light of recommendations by Governor Ralph Northam, Mayor Muriel Bowser, the public health departments of Virginia and DC, and the CDC regarding public gatherings and social distancing, we are closing the public spaces of Synetic Theater at least through March 29, 2020.
We are heartbroken to announce that we must also postpone Life is a Dream/La Vida es Sueño indefinitely. With performances scheduled to begin on April 22, at which time we are almost certain to not be out of the woods of this pandemic, we determined we could not take the financial risk of investing in the production and not have sufficient revenue flow back into the organization from ticket sales. We remain incredibly proud of the hard work of our actors, artists, crew, and staff. However, the health and well-being of our community must come first.
Please check your emails for specific information about how we’re handling effected programs, and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
We deeply appreciate your support as the news unfolds, and look forward to opening our doors once more later this spring to bring theater to our community. In the meantime, check our website and emails for updates, and please take care of yourself and your loved ones. We will continue to update this page.
While our in-person public programming is on hold, our staff is working diligently from home to keep our behind-the-scenes operations running so that we can reopen as strong as we closed, and we are quickly exploring virtual ways to deliver our signature programs to you, from Synetic Fitness to archival videos of our past award-winning productions to interactive educational programs. We are committed to keeping our world-class team intact and need your help today to ensure this happens.
How can you help? Learn more about our Synetic Strong campaign.