We are thrilled to welcome you back to the theatre with a season full of joy, adventure, and self-discovery.

Bold Voices

The Wash

June 7–30, 2024


Discover the captivating, untold story of Atlanta's courageous black laundresses who defied oppression and ignited a movement. Just weeks before the International Cotton Exposition swept into the city, these bold women took a stand, demanding the right to set their own wages. The Atlanta Washerwomen's Strike of 1881 marked a pivotal moment in history, showcasing one of the largest interracial labor strikes post-Civil War. 'The Wash' invites you to delve into the intimate and often humorous journey of these ordinary women turned extraordinary fighters who fought the system and won.

The performance is 2 hours and 20 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission.

Indigo Night : A Juneteenth Celebration

Date & Time: June 19, 6:30 pm

Join us for a vibrant Juneteenth celebration at Synchronicity Theatre on June 19! Doors open at 6:30pm, and we invite you to don your best blue attire as we come together to celebrate freedom and unity. Enjoy an evening of revelry with local black chefs serving up a variety of mouth-watering meals available for purchase, and then stay for a pay-what-you-can performance of "The Wash" - tickets for which will be sold separately. Let the music, food, and company transport you to a night to remember!


Creating Women | BIPOC playwrights: new work, new ways

Date & Time: June 12, 6pm

Join Hush Harbor Lab, Essential Theatre, Impact Theatre and Synchronicity Theatre for a conversation led by Amina McIntyre of Hush Harbor Lab, featuring playwright Kelundra Smith and others. Hear these powerful women speak about their own creative processes and their different paths to artistic and professional success, including The Wash's own journey from idea to its current World Premiere Production. Stay after for the Pay What You Can performance of The Wash and experience the captivating, untold story of Atlanta's courageous black laundresses who defied oppression and ignited a movement with the Atlanta Washerwomen's Strike of 1881.

*The conversation is free to attend, but RSVP is requested.


Mosaka's Travel

April 16 - 17, 2024 at 7:30 PM

A Stripped Bare Arts Incubator Workshop

A personal narrative that unravels the coming-of-age story of the artist's mother.

Family Series

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon

January 26 – February 18, 2024

A Magical odyssey, Where the Mountain Meets the Moon weaves rich folklore into captivating adventure.

Young Minli lives with her parents near Fruitless Mountain, surviving on the meager fare they can produce. Inspired by the rich tales her father tells (and by magical goldfish), Minli determines she will find the Old Man of the Moon who, it is said, knows the secret of good fortune. On her quest she encounters royalty, dragons, and several more stories, from which she learns what true good fortune really is. Based on the 2010 Newbery Honors book, this “fantasy crossed with Chinese folklore,” is a beautifully-told Wizard of Oz riff with a huge heart.

Age recommendation: 5+. This play has a couple of small moments of peril. It is highly theatrical, and incorporates puppets, dance, masks, and more.

Run time: An hour and 30 minutes with a 15-minute intermission

Audiences & Critics are raving...

"... a delightful interwoven tale of dragons, family, folklore, and puppetry..." - Broadway World

a "... graceful and lively adaptation..." and "ruthlessly charming and entertaining" - ArtsATL
"The set is beautiful and the actors are all fantastic! The show is very entertaining. We were all impressed by the combination of excellent storytelling, adventure, humor, physical acting, and choreography..." - Macaroni Kid Buckhead/Brookhaven

Community Partners - East by SouthEast, Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta Chinese Dance Company, Little Shop of Stories

Supporters - Sweet Hut

All patrons at our Saturday shows (1 or 4:30pm) can attend the Puppet Factory Make-a-Dragon puppet workshop at 3pm! Come early, stay late, make a puppet!


Soft As it Began

February 21, 2024 at 7:30 pm

A Stripped Bare Arts Incubator Workshop

Rocked by the death of his father, we watch one man's journey to understand the essence what it is to be a black man.

Family Series

The Little Prince

December 8– 30, 2023


Imaginative journey of Little Prince teaches profound life lessons through whimsical encounters and heartfelt wisdom.

An enchanting musical story of a WWII flyer who crash-lands in the Sahara Desert and meets the Little Prince, a child who claims to be a visitor from another planet. As the aviator repairs his plane, the Little Prince shares his extraordinary journey through various planets and encounters with peculiar inhabitants.

Through heartfelt conversations, this beautifully fantastic show touches our hearts and reminds us to cherish the essential things in life and to never forget child-like wonder and imagination.

Age recommendation: 6+. This story deals with meaningful themes of joy and friendship but also loneliness and loss. The show is full of music, magic and puppetry, to also engage younger audiences.

Run time: An hour and a half with a 15-minute intermission

BIG NEWS - We're Extending!

Extension Dates & Times

Wednesday, December 27 at 2 PM

Thursday, December 28 at 2 PM

Friday, December 29 at 2 PM and at 7 PM

Saturday, December 30 at 1 PM and at 4:30 PM

CASTING UPDATE - Little Prince

Exciting Update! Sully Brown to star as The Little Prince in select upcoming shows at Synchronicity Theatre! Don't miss this special performance in an already enchanting cast.

~ Sully's Dates in The Desert ~

Tuesday, December 19 at 2 PM
Wednesday, December 20 at 2 PM
Thursday, December 21 at at 2 PM



January 6, 2024 at 7:30 pm

A Stripped Bare Arts Incubator Workshop

"Laughing through tears at the absurdity and breathtaking beauty of it all."

Family Series

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane

September 13–17, 2023 | On Tour September 20-October 8, 2023

Heartwarming play, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, follows a cherished toy's transformative voyage of love.

Everyone’s favorite vain and haughty china rabbit is back on the Synchronicity stage - for one-week only before going on tour! His vest is buttoned tight and his gold pocket watch is set, and he doesn’t need anyone.

Or so he thinks. Before he knows it, he will battle the high seas, pass through the hands of a fisherman, befriend a happy hobo, and 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 embarks on an unexpected magical journey to discover the transformative powers of love.

Interested in booking a tour performance? All information is here.

bold voices

Home, I'm Darling

October 6–29, 2023

Written by an Olivier Award Winner

“Laura Wade’s superb new play” - The Stage

“An amusing, affecting, inspiring evening of soft gingham and hard truths” - The Times

“Laura Wade’s sharp satire is a fizzing drama of gender, homes and housework” - Time Out

The Southeastern Premiere!

Everything is perfect for Judy and Johnny - the house is tidy, food is on the table, and Judy’s dress is perfectly pressed when she greets Johnny at the door, martini in hand.

It is the 1950s and life is ordered just right.

Or is it? Quickly the edges of this perfect life start to unravel, and things are not quite what they seem. Gender roles, relationships, and more are examined, explored and exploded in this dark comedy about sex, cake and the quest to be the perfect 1950s couple.


Coming Home to Roost

November 15, 2023 at 7:00 pm

A Stripped Bare Arts Incubator Workshop

"A journey of self-discovery"


Playmaking for Girls Public Performance 2024

Date: June 15, 2024


Georgia State University Perimeter College Marvin Cole Auditorium

Georgia State University, Perimeter College, Clarkston Campus

3735 Memorial College Avenue

Clarkston, GA 30021

Tickets are FREE

Reservations are required.

Bring tissues, and prepare to feel all the feels, when our Playmaking for Girls participants showcase their original material based on their personal life experiences!

Join us at Cole Auditorium at Perimeter College for the moving culminating performance from our annual from Synchronicity's Playmaking for Girls program. Stick around after the show for an engaging post-show discussion and reception complete with drinks and snacks!

Playmaking for Girls is a year-long program. Explore the whole program by clicking below.


Women in the Arts & Business Luncheon 2024

Mark Your Calendar for WIABL 2024!

April 24, 2024

11:15am Networking

12pm - 2pm Panel and Lunch

The Foundry at Puritan Mill

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This popular luncheon joins business leaders and performing artists for lively dialogue, networking and a gourmet lunch – all to benefit Synchronicity.

Our Women in the Arts & Business Luncheon (WIABL) panelists discuss relevant issues facing Atlanta’s business and arts communities, including cultural value shifts, life/work balance, how the arts and business ecology are evolving, and the place for arts in our community’s future.

Each year, we also honor two Atlantans who are making a valuable impact on our community with an all-star panel moderated by Synchronicity's Co-Founder and Producing Artistic Director, Rachel May.