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Titus Andronicus ~ Synetic Theatre

Jordan Wright April 28, 2018

Shakespeare’s first play, Titus Andronicus, was written for pure shock value. It’s considered a revenge play and his purpose was to get noticed and to one up his competition. A sort of revenge of the playwright, if you will. It worked. In today’s world, it would probably be categorized […]

Hamlet…the rest is silence – Synetic Theater

Jordan Wright March 17, 2014 Special to The Alexandria Times

Alex Mills as Hamlet. Photo by Koko Lanham.

As far as this critic is concerned Synetic can do no wrong. How could you fault their electrifying choreography, their spectacular dancers or their break-the-mold interpretations of the classics…especially in their noted […]

Passion and Pathos Unbridled in Synetic Theater’s Romeo and Juliet

Jordan Wright November 28, 2011 Special to The Alexandria Times

Natalie Berk as Juliet and Alex Mills as Romeo – Photo Credit: Graeme B. Shaw

When Artistic Director Paata Tsikurishvili asked in his intro, “How many of you have been to a Synetic production before?” and half the audience’s hands […]