September 14, 2011 – October 5, 2011


“a fiery adaptation that puts the company’s dynamic style on exhilarating display” – The Washington Post

“Like much of what’s best about Synetic, it’s fearlessly big, sensuously charged, a conscious flaunting of bodies and training and technique–and it fairly explodes off the stage.” – Washington CityPaper

If the first installment Hamlet…the rest is silence surprised Washington audiences with its silence, Synetic’s second Silent Shakespeare production took the area by storm with a “titanic clash of blood and thunder.” Set in a dark, impressionistic, military world, Macbeth is a swirl of murder, madness and self-destruction, exploring the outsized ambitions of a husband and wife.