Speakeysie News Desk — May 2, 2021
ATLANTA — Synchronicity Theatre’s bold voices series production of The Bluest Eye will now run from September 24 through October 17, 2021. The production is moving from its original dates in June 2021, due to the ongoing public health situation with COVID-19.
This move will allow the company to launch the 2021-22 season with this production, with increased accessibility for patrons. The production will also offer at least one American Sign Language interpreted performance, with community partner, Hands In. The date change will also allow Synchronicity to offer education opportunities around the production, including High School and college artist workshops.
Current ticket holders for The Bluest Eye are invited to contact the Synchronicity Theatre Box Office for exchanges or refunds at 404.484.8636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Synchronicity Theatre will soon announce plans for “On the Screen” and “In the Theatre” events for June 2021.
THE BLUEST EYE
September 24 – October 17, 2021
Adapted by Lydia R. Diamond
From the book by Toni Morrison
Directed by Tinashe Kajese-Bolden
Join us in honoring Nobel Prize-winner Toni Morrison in Synchronicity Theatre’s production of The Bluest Eye. Adapted for the stage by Lydia R. Diamond, this is the powerful story of Pecola Breedlove, an African-American girl who believes that all the obstacles in her life could be overcome if she just had blue eyes. Gripping, thoughtful, and stunning, The Bluest Eye offers a poignant experience for audience members familiar and unfamiliar with this classic novel.
Wednesday at 8:00pm
Thursday at 8:00pm
Friday at 8:00pm
Saturday at 8:00pm
Sunday at 5:00pm
Preview performance at 8 p.m. on Thursday September 23
Pay-what-you-can night each Wednesday, and at 8 p.m. PWYC Industry Night Monday 9/27
Virtual school performances available.
IN THE THEATRE tickets $35
ON THE SCREEN tickets $10
ABOUT SYNCHRONICITY THEATRE
Synchronicity Theatre produces smart, gutsy, bold theatre that sparks community connections, uplifts the voices of women and girls, forges long-term and effective community partnerships, and develops new work. Synchronicity reaches nearly 15,000 patrons a year through its season of plays for adults (Bold Voices) and families (Family Series); community outreach; and educational programming, including Playmaking for Kids (PFK) and the award-winning Playmaking for Girls (PFG). Synchronicity provides professional development opportunities through internships and our Designers of Color initiative. An intimate theatre in the heart of midtown at Peachtree Pointe became Synchronicity’s home for its main stage productions in the summer of 2014. The theatre also serves as a rental venue for independent film, dance, theatre and other projects. The Company recently opened the Synchronicity Annex, a new office, class, event and rehearsal space in Piedmont Heights, Atlanta.