A BRIEF HISTORY
Synchronicity Theatre produces smart, gutsy and bold theatre to spark community connections and uplift the voices of women and girls.
Synchronicity Theatre was founded in 1997 by four women with a desire to work collaboratively and bring challenging, meaningful theatre to Atlanta audiences. In 2000, after having produced one show per year for three years, we presented our first full season. We now reach nearly 8,000 patrons through our season of plays for adults (Bold Voices) and families (Family Series); community outreach; and educational programming, including our Playmaking for Kids (PFK) summer camps and after school programs and our award-winning Playmaking for Girls (PFG) program.
Our new home is located in the heart of midtown in the Peachtree Pointe building, in our brand-new intimate theatre. With 140 seats, our audiences can get up close and personal, and are never more than a few feet away from the artists. There’s not a bad seat in the house! We believe in the power of bond between artist and audience, and our intimate stage brings us together to experience stories, music and drama as a community.
Synchronicity is a non-profit 501c3 organization, and is a proud member of the National New Play Network (NNPN) and Theatre Communications Group (TCG).
Current Financial Statements
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