Everyone's favorite china rabbit is back!

"DiCamillo has carved out a distinct place as one of her generation's most beloved writers."

—Chicago Tribune

About the Show

Everyone’s favorite vain and haughty china rabbit is back on the Synchronicity stage.  His vest is buttoned tight and his gold pocket watch is set, but who might he be now?  Oh, it’s just old Edward Tulane.

But just for now.  He’ll have to battle the high seas, pass through the hands of a fisherman, befriend a happy hobo, comfort a sick child on his not-so-planned adventure to find his way home. 

Based on Kate DiCamillo’s award-winning novel, and adapted by Dwayne Hartford, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane takes us on an unexpected magical journey to discover the transformative powers of love.

for your safety

Currently we require that audience members wear masks at all times. The situation is fluid and may change.

Because Fulton County is currently "medium risk" according to the CDC and following the lead of many live performing arts organizations in Atlanta and around the country, Synchronicity will no longer ask for proof of vaccination status or negative COVID-19 test. 

Visit our COVID-19 page for our full COVID-safety protocols, including our ventilation upgrades and HEPA filter installations.

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Dwayne Hartford (Playwright) - is the Artistic Director at Childsplay in Tempe, Ariz., where all of his plays for young audiences have premiered. Eric and Elliot won the 2005 AATE Distinguished Play Award. The Imaginators was produced and aired on KAET TV, the Phoenix PBS affiliate.  His adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities was part of New York University’s New Plays for Young Audiences Workshop and has been performed at Seattle Children’s Theatre, People’s Light and Theatre, and Wheelock Family Theatre. The Bully Pulpit is included in the anthology The Bully Plays and is being produced in schools and communities around the country.  Dwayne lives in Phoenix and received his B.F.A. degree from the Boston Conservatory.

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Kate DiCamillo (Writer) - Kate DiCamillo is the author of many books for young readers. Her books have been awarded the Newbery Medal (Flora & Ulysses in 2014 and The Tale of Despereaux in 2004); the Newbery Honor (Because of Winn-Dixie, 2001), the Boston Globe Horn Book Award (The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, 2006), and the Theodor Geisel Medal and honor (Bink and Gollie, co-author Alison McGhee, 2011; Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride, 2007). She is a National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Emerita, appointed by the Library of Congress.

A native of Florida, Kate now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Cast + Crew

Mira Hirsch


Jon Nooner

Scenic Designer

Dionna D. Davis

Properties Designer

Elisabeth Cooper

Lighting Designer

Linda Patterson

Costume Designer

Dan Bauman

Sound Designer

Vallea E. Woodbury

Production Manager

Rachel Graf Evans

Technical Director