Synetic Teen Ensemble Updates The Jungle Book
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The last date listed for The Jungle Book was Sunday November 18, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Synetic Theater at Crystal City
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- $55.00 - $60.00
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- $27.50 - $30.00
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The performance was great. A bunch of young talented artists and very well directed too. Will recommend to all young and old. I have recently move here from South Africa and was so glad to find the Synetic Theatre... glad to see that there are...continued
Learn the laws necessary for surviving the jungles of adolescence in this primal reimagining of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Adapting the most beloved and fearsome characters of the classic stories, the man cubs of Synetic Teen Company venture deep beneath the canopy to explore the trials, triumphs and rites of passage inherent to growing up in the jungles of the 21st Century. **__
The Jungle Book
__**Directed by Joseph Carlson; Starring Synetic Teen Ensemble
Raksha: Emily Berry
Akela: Nicholas Cadby-Spicer
Bandarlog: Delaney Christian, Angelika Goodman, Garrett Rinker
Kite: Carly Greenfield
Bagheera: Alicia Hartz
Shere Khan: Henry Kramer
Mowgli: Alaina Quirk
Baloo: Nicole Gianuca
Wolf Pack: Sarah Kent, Sophie Nicholakos, Jade Uyeda Trackman
Synetic’s Director of Education and Family Programs, Meg Maxwell, says, “The Jungle Book is a story we’ve been eager to do for a long time. Creating humans with these dark, animalistic qualities feels distinctly ‘Synetic.’ We’re proud of our teenagers for the incredible character work they’ve done to bring this jungle to life.”
Recommended for guests age 8 and older.
About the Ticket Supplier: Synetic Theater
Founded in 2001 by the husband and wife team of Paata and Irina Tsikurishvili, Synetic Theater is DC’s Premier Physical Theater, whose mission is to be the premier American physical theater, fusing dynamic art forms—such as text, drama, movement, acrobatics, dance, and music, by producing world-class physical theater for all ages, educating the next generation of artists and physical theater professionals, and promoting this distinct form of theater nationally and internationally through community outreach and touring programs. Synetic’s unique performance style is simultaneously avant-garde and accessible, with a broad appeal to a wide, culturally diverse, and cross-generational audience.