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Phantom of the Opera at Synetic Theater




Synetic Theater

1800 S. Bell Street
Washington DC,

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A mysterious deformed musical genius stalks the Paris Opera, passing his time terrorizing the members of the company and its owners. But when he hears the beautiful and innocent chorus girl Christine Daae sing he falls in love, teaching this young soprano to sing the 'Music of the Night'. Believing him to be her guardian angel, Christine blossoms under his tutelage. But when she becomes engaged to another man, he hatches a terrifying plot to kidnap her, and he will murder anybody who gets in his way.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash musicalization of the Gaston Leroux novel won the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical. Now a new era beckons for Broadway megahit Phantom - beginning with the launch of a national tour of a newly reimagined production.

News About Phantom of the Opera at Synetic Theater

BWW Review: Synetic Theatre's THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Omits Much, Adds Very Little
February 24, 2021

This reimagined 'The Phantom of the Opera' has its roots in the novel of the same name; a work immortalized in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway adaptation. Those roots, however, never grow into anything in Synetic’s take.

BWW Review: PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at Synetic Theater
February 10, 2020

Synetic Theater is known for bringing their audiences on a journey through creative movement and dancing. Without a word spoken or a note sung, Synetic manages to capture the audience by putting movement in the spotlight while telling familiar tales. The Tsikurishvilis have now coupled a beloved tale with a creative twist - Gaston Leroux's Phantom of the Opera. Synetic Theater's production is as hauntingly masterful as the story itself and its all due to all overwhelming success of all parties involved.

Washington Theatre to Honor Victor Shargai
January 24, 2020

The Washington theatre community remains in mourning over the loss of Victor Shargai, long-time theatreWashington board chair, theater lover, and philanthropist, who passed away peacefully at home on December 24, 2019. For decades, Victor dedicated himself to celebrating theater artists and strengthening the theater institutions in the Washington D.C. region. As a champion and a supporter, he believed fervently in theater's power to transform lives and communities.

Synetic Announces 2019/20 Season
May 10, 2019

Synetic Theater announces their 19th Season, beginning with a remount of the popular, water-filled adaptation of The Tempest September 25 through October 20, 2019. 

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