July 15, 2015 – August 9, 2015

Midsummer returns mid-Summer!

Synetic remounts their playful adaptation of Shakespeare’s timeless comedy with a trademark movement-based visual storytelling. This fantastical, darkly playful game of love, mistaken identity, and the supernatural was honored with nine Helen Hayes Award Nominations when it was first produced in 2010, taking home the award for Outstanding Ensemble and Outstanding Resident Play. Since then, the production has been remounted numerous times to great acclaim and toured Mexico for the 2014 Festival Internacional.

The production will run Wed – Sat at 8pm and Sun at 2pm, July 15 through August 9.

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CHILD CARE MATINEE: SUNDAY, JULY 19 AT 2 P.M. Synetic Theater will offer child care at our on site educational studio for parents attending the Sunday, July 19 performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Children will play theatre games taught by our certified instructors while parents enjoy that day’s 2 p.m. performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Child care begins at noon and is open to children 5 – 12. Cost is $5 per child. 

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MEET SEATS: WEDNESDAY, JULY 22 AT 8 P.M. On July 22 Synetic continues what The Washington Post calls a “novel solution” for those who want to attend a show solo and meet other theatre-goers. “Meet Seats” tickets are $25 and include a free drink. Tickets are limited and are sold individually in a special section of the theater to encourage mingling. Click here to book tickets! Use the code “Meet Seats” to book.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream was nominated for nine Helen Hayes Awards in 2010, including Outstanding Lighting Design: Andrew F. Griffin, Outstanding Sound Design: Konstantine Lortkipanidze, Outstanding Costume Design: Anastasia R. Simes, Outstanding Choreography: Irina Tsikurishvili, Outstanding Supporting Actor, Resident Play: Irakli Kavsadze, Outstanding Supporting Actor, Resident Play: Alex Mills, Outstanding Director, Resident Play: Paata Tsikurishvili, and Outstanding Resident Play. A Midsummer Night’s Dream received the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Ensemble, Resident Play.