Phantom of the Opera
Gaston Leroux’s timeless supernatural classic gets a fresh update as Irina Tsikurishvili brings her captivating presence and virtuosic skill sets to the title character of The Phantom of the Opera in this all-new, movement-driven adaptation.
When tragedy strikes, a talented but now scarred ballerina takes refuge deep beneath the Paris Opera House. Years later, she becomes enraptured with the ingenue Christine in the corp de ballet. Known only as the Phantom, she terrorizes the opera house and manipulates Christine, cultivating her talent and demanding she be cast in more prominent roles. Synetic’s adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera will honor the pathos and beauty of this classic French tale while examining longing, legacy, and the tragedy of unrealized dreams.
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Lottie Guidi as Younger Phantom.
Maryam Najafzada as Christine.
Jacob Thompson as Raoul.
Rachael Small as Carlotta.
With Eliza Smith, Julia Holland, Janine Baumgardner, Thomas Beheler, Scean Aaron, Delbis Cardona, and Joshua Cole Lucas.
This production is directed and choreographed by Synetic co-founders Paata and Irina Tsikurisvili with Associate Director Katherine Dubois Maguire, Scenic Design by Daniel Pinha, Costume Design by Erik Teague assisted by Alexa Duimstra, Lighting Design by Brian S. Allard assisted by Ian Claar, Projections Design by Patrick Lord with Projections Design Associate Hailey LaRoe assisted by Nitxan Scharf, Props Design by Keli Jones.
This all-new adaptation by Nathaniel Weinberger is not the Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical and features original music from Synetic Theater Resident Composer Konstantine Lortkipanidze assisted by David Rubenstein.
Production Manager Raymond Simeon leads the team of technicians including, Technical Director Phil Charlwood, Audio Engineer Thomas Sowers, Master Electrician Alex Keen.
Phantom of the Opera is Stage Managed by Jessica Lucey, assisted by Haviland Atha-Simonton.
Understudies include Irene Hamilton, Dylan Arrendondo, Kathryn Kelly, Darius Johnson and Valentina Scaramuccia.
Production images by Johnny Shryock. Graphic Design by Megan Kueny.