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Dracula Opening on Friday, September 16th at 8 PM

followed by a complimentary reception

for more information visit: www.synetictheater.org

or call 703.824.8060


"Art with a capital A" ` The New York Times


$5 off the ticket price for the opening weekend for our valuable patrons


(please mention Code WBB16  when orderng tickets)


September 16th - October 23rd at the Rosslyn Spectrum

Thursday - Saturday at 8 pm, Sunday at 3 pm


The American Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, September 16th

10 am to 3 pm, Rosslyn Spectrum Theater

All participants will receive $10 off tickets to Dracula performance.






Directed by Paata Tsikurishvili

Choreographed by Irina Tsikurishvili

Set and Costume Design by Anastasia Ryurikov-Simes

Sound Design by Irakli Kavsadze & Paata Tsikurishvili

Lighting Design by Colin Bills


Singles Night - September 26th

GLB night - September 22nd

Students Night-October 6th


The Vampire Ball - October 22nd,

Rosslyn Spectrum

$40 tickets are available on-line and at the Synetic box-office.


On October 22nd, join Synetic Theater for the Vampire Ball. Dress in your undead finery and party in a ghoulish fashion with us after the final performance of Dracula. We’ll have costume contest, prize give-away, and blood-laced cocktails, so make sure to reserve tickets for this devilish evening.



"I never drink...wine."


An immortal line uttered by the king of the Undead: Count Dracula. From vampiric wolves howling in the Transylvanian night to the erotic blood-lust of the demonic Count and his consorts, Dracula stands the test of time in the imaginations of innumerable artists, and now Synetic Theater takes its place among them. Paata and Irina Tsikurishvili, multiple Helen-Hayes Award-winners, lend their "ferocious theatricality" (Washington Post) to create a Dracula that is not to be missed. The Synetic ensemble, who “move with a precision that is not equaled by any other local theater company” (Washington Post), presents its world-premiere adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, a story of horror, love, and the undying strength of the human spirit.

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