We love theater in all of its forms – Broadway, off Broadway, and especially not far from
220 Twentieth at Synetic Theater. A true artistic gem in the community, Synetic received 15 Helen Hayes nods for King Lear, and was awarded a 2010 National Theatre Company Grant from American Theatre Wing, founder of the Tonys®!
So we visit to see their most recent drama playing out on stage whenever possible. Beginning this September 20th, we’re going to explore the famed life of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in “Jekyll and Hyde”, Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic Victorian tale of good and evil. But this tale will be told at Synetic adding their signature physicality and darkly dramatic aesthetic. Updating the story’s setting from 19th century London to modern-day America, Synetic’s version will put a new spin on the strange case of the charming and sociable Dr. Jekyll and his sinister friend, accused murderer Mr. Hyde
Oooh, sounds really exciting, and sinister and artistic and dark…
So make sure to gather all your friends and get tickets to see the show! After all, theatre is best enjoyed in community, with friends who are willing to walk down to the theater with you, walk you home, and hold your hand during the scary parts…
Find more information on Synetic Theater, click here: http://www.synetictheater.org.
Find more information on living at 220 Twentieth Street, http://www.220living.com.