A native of the Republic of Georgia, is an innovative, award-winning international artistic director, director and educator with more than 20 years of experience fusing the classical elements of drama, movement, dance, mime and music. Since Synetic Theater’s founding in 2001, Mr. Tsikurishvili has directed and performed in Hamlet … the rest is silence, The Master and Margarita, The Crackpots, Dracula, Host and Guest and Frankenstein. He has also directed the company’s productions of Salomé, Bohemians, Jason and the Argonauts, The Dybbuk, Faust, Frankenstein, Macbeth, Animal Farm, The Fall of the House of Usher, A Christmas Carol, Romeo and Juliet, Carmen, Dante, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antony and Cleopatra, Othello, King Arthur, King Lear, Don Quixote and Home of the Soldier. Synetic’s inaugural production, Hamlet … the rest is silence, received 3 Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Director, Outstanding Resident Play and Outstanding Choreography. As an educator, Mr. Tsikurishvili has trained hundreds of actors in movement technique through Synetic Theater and has taught at leading universities such as American University, Catholic University of America, and Georgetown University. He holds an MFA in film directing from Tbilisi State University and a BFA in acting from The State Institute of Theater and Film in Tbilisi, Georgia.
Irina is a 32-time Helen Hayes Award Nominee and has won the award eight times for her choreography of The Idiot, Faust, Hamlet…the rest is silence, The Master and Margarita, Frankenstein, Macbeth, Carmen, and King Lear. She has also choreographed for the Stanislavsky Theater Studio, including The Idiot, Little Tragedies, Don Quixote and La Malade Imaginaire. Ms. Tsikurishvili has taught at the Catholic University of America, American University and Georgetown University, where she choreographed Lysistrata. She continues to run intensive movement workshops to train Synetic cast members. With her husband, she is the co-founder of Synetic Theater and co-founder of Stanislavsky Theater Studio.
Yulia is in her 9th season at Synetic Theater, where she previously held the positions of Director of Development, Business Manager, and Director of Finance and Administration. During her tenure at Synetic, Yulia has been instrumental in growing both the theater’s budget size and capacity and creating new partnerships including ones with Theater J, NASA, The Kennedy Center, and The Shakespeare Theatre Company. Prior to her work in the arts, Yulia worked in international business. Yulia has served as the Vice President for Virginia for League of Washington Theatres in 2009-11 and has been named to Leadership Arlington’s Class of 2013. Yulia received her BA in Management from Kaliningrad State University, Kaliningrad, Russia, MA in History from Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, and an MPA with Arts Management concentration from University of Illinois.
Nathan is a founding company member of Synetic Theater, having started with company in 2001. He has been resident dramaturg since 2005 and has adapted many of Synetic’s most successful productions, including Dracula, Faust, Animal Farm, The Fall of the House of Usher, Jekyll & Hyde, The Picture of Dorian Gray, as well as Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Antony and Cleopatra, Othello, The Tempest, and Twelfth Night for Synetic’s Silent Shakespeare series.
Ben has choreographed fights for Synetic Theater since 2007– shows include King Lear (for which he received the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography), King Arthur (also Co-Adaptor/Asst. Director), Othello (also Asst. Director), Antony and Cleopatra, Dracula (HH Nomination—Choreography), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (also Co-Adaptor), Dante (also Co-Adaptor), Host and Guest, Carmen (also Co-Adaptor), Romeo and Juliet, and Animal Farm. He also wrote, directed, and performed in Synetic Blackout Series’ Last Tango with Rosie. His production company, Granite Kiss Productions, won the 2008 Washington, DC 24-hour Film Festival with their film The Choices of Ghosts and released their web series based on the same film, Hamilton Carver: Zombie, P.I, which has been an official selection at the Independent Television Festival in Los Angeles and the Festival Cinema Tous Ecrans in Switzerland.
Konstantine is a native of Tbilisi, Georgia, and has composed original music for 14 Synetic Productions and has received 5 Helen Hayes nominations for his sound designs and received 1 award. He has also composed original music for films including First Steps and Essay (both directed by Paata Tsikurishvili) and Marage. His compositions for theater include work for Hunter from the Sun, Guest of the Night, Mimikria, Labyrinth and Decameron. His work has been performed at music festivals across Europe, including the Maqs Ophulos festival in Germany and the International Gaudeamus Music Week in Amsterdam. Mr. Lortkipanidze received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the Tbilisi State Conservatory.
Irakli is a Synetic founding actor who first took the stage at age seven at the Rustaveli Theater and who looks forward to revisiting the same stage in November when he leads Synetic Theater in its first tour to the Republic of Georgia. Favorite roles include the title role in King Lear (2012 Helen Hayes Award Outstanding Actor Nomination, Outstanding Ensemble Award, and Outstanding Sound Design Award). He was also nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor for Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. His sound designs for Macbeth and King Lear received a Helen Hayes Award. Mr. Kavsadze oversees Synetic Family Theater, which won the inaugural Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Theatre for Young Audiences in 2010. Education: MFA, Georgian State Institute of Theater and Film.
Marley is a Washington area native who has had the pleasure of working on several projects with Synetic including stage managing A Trip to the Moon,The Tempest and The Picture of Dorian Gray. Regionally she has worked at New Harmony Theatre in Indiana, Firehouse Theatre Project and The Conciliation Project in Richmond, Virginia, and The Heritage Theatre Festival in Charlottesville, Virginia. Locally she has worked at Studio Theatre, 1st Stage, The Capital Fringe Festival, Signature Theatre, and The Kennedy Center. She received her training at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia where she earned a BFA in Stage Management.
Ann joins the Synetic Theater Team after touring with Circus Smirkus and American Family Theater, several seasons as the Master Electrician at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, and working with a number of theater companies and venues in Washington, DC and Nashville, TN over the past 13 years. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University. Ann is originally from the Pittsburgh area, but has now made D.C. her home.
Joseph (SAG eligible, and Equity Membership Candidate) has worked professionally on stage and in film for 8 years, while also earning a BFA in performance (magna cum laude) and an MFA in Acting Directing pedagogy from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Joe has worked as adjunct faculty for Virginia Commonwealth University in introduction to stage performance, team teacher and acting coach for the third year acting studio in the Theater VCU BFA program, the upper program theatre arts instructor for Seven Hills School, program leader with Art 180, Oxyrhtymics instructor for first year performance majors at VCU, teaching artist and ensemble member of The Conciliation Project, and a professional clown with All About Fun Entertainment in Richmond, VA.
Joe is currently in his third year as a Company Member, resident teaching artist with Synetic Theater. Along with acting, teaching he also applies the craft of theater to the practices of community engagement and transformation. He has played principal roles in feature films and television series such as Lincoln, Killing Lincoln, Fatal Encounters, and the upcoming AMC Pilot about the Culper Spy Ring, as well as having performed in dozens of regional theatre productions, short films, independent features, regional and national commercials.
Gisela has been active in the field of nonprofit development since 2006 and joined Synetic Theater in 2012. She previously worked with a variety of nonprofit organizations in New York City and Philadelphia to improve their funding streams and secure programmatic sustainability. Ms. Shanfeld holds a BA in Political Science and Sociology from Anglo-American University in Prague.
Maria recently received her graduate degree in Arts Administration from Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). She also holds a BFA in Music Theatre from Shenandoah Conservatory. A long-time lover of all things cultural, Maria brings her enthusiasm and passion for theatre to this position. Prior to her work at Synetic, Maria was the Education/Artistic intern at Chicago Children’s Theatre. She has also worked as a professional actor, restaurant manager, and massage therapist. In her spare time, Maria enjoys practicing yoga and exploring her family’s past through genealogy.
Steve Langley has served as Synetic’s House Manager since April 2011. The Washington native is also an actor-playwright and singer-songwriter. Steve is the founding member and business manager for Reverb, an a cappella vocal group.
Monica Jilling is a dedicated arts professional. She moved to DC in 2005 to pursue a MA in Arts Management at American University. She has been privileged to work for a variety of performing arts organizations in fundraising, marketing, audience services, and special events. Ms. Jilling continues to maintain her musical roots and has just started her 5th year teaching piano at the JCC of Greater Washington.
Alysa joined the Synetic Theater team in May of 2013 after moving to Washington from Chicago where she worked as a Publicist at Carol Fox and Associates and managed Public Relations for Blue Man Group, The Second City’s UP Comedy Club and Chicago Dramatists, among others. Prior to that, Alysa worked on Marketing and Public Relations at several Chicago area theater companies including Shattered Globe Theatre Company, UrbanTheater, the side project, Theo Ubique and Provision Theater. Alysa holds a Bachelor of Science in Theatre Arts Management from Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.
Tori Bertocci is a Company member and Resident Teaching Artist with Synetic Theater and a company member with Deviated Theater and co-founder/choreographer for relEASE. Credits: Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Feline Woman), Teen A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Choreographer), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Titania), The Tempest (Sycorax), A Trip to the Moon (Astronomer/Suitor/Ensemble), Home of the Soldier (Fixer), The Taming of the Shrew (Ensemble/Swing), Macbeth (Lady Macduff U/S); Deviated Theatre: Aspiro (Reaper), Creature (Creature); Synetic Educational Outreach Theater: Music Box (Girl), Cowardly Christopher Finds His Courage (Christopher/Girl/Sensei); Synetic Family Theater: The Rough-Faced Girl (Nadie); The Conciliation Project: uncle tom: deconstructed, Yellow Fever: the Internment, Global SeXXXism: un-wrapped, P.I.C.: the Prison Industrial Complex; Nightlife Collective: Alice In Wonderland (March Hare); Virginia Commonwealth University: Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Emile); Shafer Alliance Theater: Endgame (Clov), Angels in America (Angel/Nurse). She has also created and performed two solo shows, this colorful imperfection and crystal clear. Always manifesting the dream!
Scott Brown is in his eight season with Synetic Theater. Previous shows include The Tempest (Ferdinand), King Lear, Tbilisi Georgia Tour (King of France), The Taming of the Shrew (Lucentio), The Master and Margarita (Koroviev), Host and Guest NYC Tour (Messenger), Antony and Cleopatra (Cassius), Dante (Headless/Demon), Carmen (Lieutenant, Helen Hayes Nomination, Ensemble) and The Fall of the House of Usher (House). He is a 2009, 2010, and 2011 Helen Hayes Award recipient for Outstanding Ensemble for his roles in Romeo and Juliet (Paris), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Lysander) and Othello (Cassio). Scott received a B.A. in Theatre from Radford University.
Joseph Carlson Synetic Theater: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Lord Henry), Home of The Soldier (Sarge), Genesis Reboot (Demon), Lysistrata (Magistrate, Male Chorus), Macbeth (Banquo U/S); American Century Theatre: Voodoo Macbeth (Macbeth); Scena Theatre: Salome (Iokanaan DC Theatre Scene Audience Choice Finalist for Best Play), Mein Kampf (Himmlisch/Leopold/Daybum); Virginia Repertory Theater: The Grapes of Wrath (Tom Joad), Is He Dead? (Chicago); Richmond Shakespeare Festival: Hamlet (Laertes), Henry IV and V (Wart, Pistol), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Puck); Perchance to Dream Theatre: Twelfth Night (Orsino); Firehouse Theater: Boy’s Life (Jack), This is Our Youth (Dennis); Henley St. Theater: Bootleg Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio), Bootleg Troilus and Cressida (Achilles); The Conciliation Project: uncle tom: de-constructed (uncle tom/ensemble), Global SeXXXism: un-wrapped, The Bottom Line: Road To Recovery, Spades: A Book Without A Cover, P.I.C.: the Prison Industrial Complex (Director); Film/TV/Commercial: Turn, AMC Pilot (Principal/Continental #3), Lincoln (Joseph Marsden), Killing Lincoln (Henry Rathbone), Fatal Encounters (Kyle Hubert), Antihero (Weezie), Speak Now (Leo), Durex Spot (Lead), PS3 Spec (Lead), National Broadcast Campaign (Lead); Synetic Teen Company: The Jungle Book (Director). In addition to being a company member and teaching artist with Synetic Theater, Joe also serves as the Educational Programs Manager.
Chris Dinolfo Synetic Theater: King Lear (Cordelio), The Master and Margarita (Berlioz), Host and Guest (Ensemble); No Rules Theatre: LATE: A Cowboy Song (Crick); We Happy Few Productions: Romeo and Juliet (Lady Capulet/Peter/Apothecary); Arena Stage: The Normal Heart (David); Roundhouse Theatre: Next Fall (Luke); Woolly Mammoth Theatre: Clybourne Park (Kenneth); Folger Theatre: 1 Henry IV (Francis/Prince John); Solas Nua: Johnny Meister and The Stitch (Johnny Meister), Swampoodle (Chris); Keegan Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack), Mojo/Mickybo (Mojo), Death of a Salesman (Bernard); Maryland Shakespeare Festival: The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Proteus).
Philip Fletcher is a founding Company member of Synetic, having joined the Synetic family in 2002 for the inaugural run of Host and Guest. Throughout his ten- plus years with Synetic, Philip has been honored to appear in nearly 25 new productions and over 15 show remounts, most recently in The Island of Dr. Moreau (Creature). Along the way, Philip has received recognition for his work with Synetic including: Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Ensemble in 2008 for Hamlet…the rest is silence, 2009 for Romeo and Juliet, 2010 for A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2011 for Othello, and 2012 for King Lear, and in 2008 he received the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his portrayal of a Witch in Macbeth.
Zana Gankhuyag Synetic Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Snake/Moth/Swing/Puck U/S), Home of the Soldier (Kid), The Three Musketeers (Ensemble), A Trip to the Moon (Pres. Barbonfouillis), Teen Romeo and Juliet (Mercutio); Mason Players: Six Characters in Search of an Author (Young Actor); Yorktown HS Theater: One Person Show (Sosuke), The Wizard of Oz (Toto), Mirrors (Young Chip), The True Love Story of My Parents (in-love Dad). Governor’s School: It’s Called Sugar Plum (Zuckerman). Training: Freshman at George Mason School of Theater, Yorktown High School, Governor’s School for Performing & Visual Arts, Synetic.
Kathy Gordon Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Beast 6), Hamlet…the rest is silence (Ophelia U/S), Twelfth Night (Olivia), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Lady Carlisle), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Peaseblossom), The Three Musketeers (Ensemble), Othello (Emilia, U/S Performed), Romeo & Juliet (Lady Capult U/S, Ensemble, U/S Performed), A Trip To The Moon (U/S); Urban Arias: Photo-Op (Ensemble); Contradiction Dance Co.: The Gift, Objects Of Hope; Mich-Mash Productions: Open Rehearsal,YC2; Forum Theatre (Forum (Re)Acts): Who Am I?, Did We Have A Revolution?, The First Time; United States Air Force Band: The Spirit Of The Season; Temple Theatre: A Christmas Carol (Ghost Of Christmas Future); Palace Theatre: Le Grande Cirque, The Dean Martin Variety Show, The Magical Spirit Of Ireland; Spirit of the Dance Productions: Broadway’s Christmas Spectacular – US Tour; The London Palladium: Life On Earth; Disneyland Paris: Le Noel De Mickey Christmas Show (Soloist Dancer); Pheonix Resien Cruise Ships: World and European Cruises; Party in the Park: Dancer with artist Geri Halliwell of the Spice Girls, Hyde Park, London. She loves her American Boy.
Pasquale Guiducci has a dual degree from American University in Musical Theatre and Secondary Education. He has been a company member of Synetic Theater since 2011. Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Sayer), A Midsummer Night’s Dream International Tour (Fairy), Home of the Soldier (Native Son), A Trip to the Moon (Ensemble), The Tempest (Sebastian/Ensemble); Capital Fringe Festival 2013: One Night in New York (Winner, Best Fringe Show); The Washington National Opera: Moby Dick. He is a co-founder of relEASE Physical Theater Company, winner of the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival Director’s Award for its play SELF. For the future, he plans to further train in physical theater, gain his certification in fitness, teach, and possibly move to New York.
Rebecca Hausman Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Daughter, U/S) Twelfth Night (Ensemble), The Three Musketeers (Ensemble, Milady de Winter, U/S Performed), Jekyll and Hyde (The Stripper); The Arlington Players: The Seagull (Masha). Training: Studied acting and dance at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, acting in various shows including Romeo and Juliet (Juliet), Women and Wallace (Lili), and performing movement roles in The Little Prince (The Rose) and Haroun and the Sea of Stories (Mudra’s Shadow). Rebecca was thrilled to take part in her first Wordless Shakespeare production with Synetic Theater, and would like to thank her family and friends for all of their support.
Irina Kavsadze Synetic Theater: Twelfth Night (Maria), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2013 (Hermia), The Tempest (Miranda), The Taming of the Shrew (Bianca), Romeo and Juliet (U/S Performed), Othello (Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mustardseed; Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble); A Christmas Carol (Spirit of Christmas Future); Macbeth (Macduff’s Daughter); Host and Guest (Joqola’s and Agaza’s Daughter). Synetic Family Theater: The Nutcracker (Marie); The Tale of the Fisherman and the Golden Fish (Golden Fish; Helen Hayes Award, Outstanding Production, Theatre for Young Audiences); Synetic Theater Georgian Tour 2012: Host and Guest (Ensemble); King Lear (Spirit of Death).
Kathryn Elizabeth Kelly has been in love with Synetic since seeing Hamlet…the rest is silence, and it is a dream come true for her to be a part of this company. Kathryn grew up in Alexandria, VA, and trained with the Fairfax Ballet and the Alexandria Ballet. She holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University and has worked with theatres and dance companies across the country. In addition to her work with Synetic, she is part of Chesapeake Shakespeare’s Resident Acting Company and performs with Deviated Theatre (Voted Washington City Paper‘s Best Dance Company 2012). Synetic Theater: The Three Musketeers (Ensemble), King Arthur, Twelfth Night (U/S), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (U/S), The Tempest (U/S); Synetic Family Theater: The Nutcracker, Galactika, The Snow Queen, Aesop’s Fables; Chesapeake Shakespeare Company: Pride & Prejudice, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (BWW Baltimore Winner: Best Ensemble), The Comedy of Errors, The Tempest, A Doll’s House; Everyman Theatre: The Cherry Orchard; Deviated Theatre: siGHt, Sway, Lore, Token, Aspiro; Old Lore Theatre: Annabel Lee (Capital Fringe Festival Winner, Best Dance).
Irina Koval is a founding Company member of Synetic Theater. Synetic Theater: King Lear (Goneril, Helen Hayes nomination, Lead Actress), King Arthur (Morgan le Fay), Othello (Emilia, Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia, Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), Dracula (Wife), The Fall of the House of Usher (Madeline), Host and Guest (Ensemble), Hamlet (Player Queen, Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), Salome (1st Soldier/Angel), Jason and the Argonauts, Faust; Scena Theater: Salome (Salome), Purge (Aliide), Ivona, Princess of Burgundia (Isobel); Stanislavsky Theater Studio: Dead Souls, The Seagull (Masha, Helen Hayes nomination, Supporting Actress); Catalyst Theater: 1984 (Julia). Irina received her training at the LinFilm Movie Academy in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Renata Loman Renata joined Synetic in 2004. Synetic Theater: Dracula, The Fall of the House of Usher, Lysistrata, King Lear. She grew up in Lithuania, studied at the State Conservatory, worked in theater and television (lead role in TV movie Valentina), and as an English-Lithuanian interpreter until 1996, when the hand of fate (in the form of a U.S. Navy aquanaut) brought her here. She works at the Red Cross, travels the world, loves Argentinean tango, ancient folklore and all things unusual. She acts in film (You am I, Cannes Film Festival) and once tried her hand at casting (Narcissus, in post-production).
Alex Mills Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Parker), Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog) (Montmorency), Twelfth Night (Sebastian), Hamlet…the rest is silence 2013 (Hamlet), A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2014 (Puck), Jekyll and Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde) , The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet (Romeo), Macbeth, Don Quixote, The Master and Margarita (Azazello), King Arthur (Merlin), Othello (Iago; 2011 Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), Antony and Cleopatra , Dracula 2009 (Harker), A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2009 (Puck), Dante, Host and Guest. The Studio Theatre: Torch Song Trilogy, 2 2 Tango, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. Signature Theatre: Shakespeare’s R & J.
Jodi Niehoff joined Synetic shortly after the company was formed. Intrigued and inspired by the company’s work while a graduate student at Catholic University, she faithfully attended rehearsals for Synetic’s first iteration of The Master and Margarita to train and learn the company’s unique aesthetic discipline. After receiving her MFA in Acting, Jodi was invited to join the cast of Host and Guest at the New York International Fringe Festival. Subsequent credits with the company include: Bohemians (Eve), Jason and the Argonauts (Creusa), Dracula (Lucy), King Arthur (Morgan le Fey) and Home of the Soldier (Native Mother). Jodi has worked with other theater companies in the area and is featured in industrial and corporate films, as well as regional commercials and web promos. In addition to her thespian pursuits, Jodi is part of senior leadership for a U.S. Senator. In her personal life, Jodi is wife to Brian Ahlberg and a mom to Anders and Lukas. Her latest endeavor is serving as a liaison for her sons’ school classes, helping to facilitate communication and orchestrate events.
Peter Pereyra was last seen as Rochefort in Synetic’s acclaimed production of The Three Musketeers. Synetic Theater: Jekyll and Hyde (Lanyon), Romeo and Juliet (Lord Capulet), King Lear (2012 Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Crystal City Revival/Massachusetts Tour), King Arthur, Othello (2011 Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), Host and Guest (NYC Tour), Antony and Cleopatra; The Studio 2ndStage: Fucking A; GALA Hispanic Theatre: Living Out (Apr-May 2014), Lucid; Teatro de la Luna: I Want Them Both, Frida Kahlo The Passion, Love in the Open Air (première); Washington Shakespeare Company: The Royal Hunt of the Sun, Waiting for Godot, The Night of the Iguana; MadCap Players: A Midnight Clear. Peter was one of the founding members of the Fingers & Thumbs Theatre Group in his native Paraguay, playing leading roles in both Spanish and English. He holds a Performing Arts Diploma from Trinity College, International Division and has also been featured in a number of videos/films, TV commercials and voice-overs.
Hector Reynoso Synetic Theater: The Three Musketeers (Porthos), The Taming of the Shrew Georgia Tour (Baptista), King Lear (Gloucester, 2012 Helen Hayes Award, Ensemble), Othello (Brabantio), King Arthur (Percival). Gallaudet University: Urinetown (Old-Man Strong), Agamemnon (Agamemnon), Goya: En la Quinta de Sordo (Quinta Del Sordo Owner/Monk/Matador/Vulture, Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival nomination, Best Actor), Sign Me Alice (Chairman). Hector would like to thank his wife and children for their support.
Randy Snight Synetic Mainstage: Twelfth Night (Ensemble) The Picture of Dorian Gray (Portrait U/S),The Taming of the Shrew (Widow U/S); Synetic Family Theater: The Rough-Faced Girl (Elements), The Magic Paintbrush (Wind); Shakespeare Theater Company: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ensemble U/S); Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival: The Tempest (Ariel); Urban Arias: Photo-Op (Ensemble); Force/Collision: The Nautical Yards (Aerialist); Toby’s Dinner Theater: Hairspray (IQ, Helen Hayes nomination); National Theater for Children: Conserving Up Comedy. Randy also works as a choreographer and teaching artist with Synetic, Adventure Theater, Bowen-McCauley Dance, and Metropolitan School of the Arts.
Dallas Tolentino is honored to be in his fifth season with Synetic. Synetic Theater: The Island of Dr. Moreau (Montgomery), Twelfth Night (Andrew), The Picture of Dorian Gray (Dorian), The Three Musketeers (D’Artagnan), Home of the Soldier Georgia Tour (Strikes), Taming of the Shrew (Tranio), Othello, Macbeth, Don Quixote, King Lear (2012 Helen Hayes Nomination, Ensemble), King Arthur; Synetic Family Theater: The Nutcracker (The Prince); Night Light Collective: Alice in Wonderland (Hatter); Firehouse Theater Project: Dallas in Wonderland (Solo Performance); Shafer Alliance Theater: All That I Will Ever Be (Omar), The Big Knife (Smiley Coy); The Conciliation Project: uncle tom: deconstructed. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010 with a BFA in Theater Performance. Dallas would like to thank his friends and family for their unconditional love and support.