Hands of Color Buy Tickets

June 6 - 30, 2019


Show Schedule:


Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8 pm


Sundays at 5 pm



June 6 - 30, 2019

Synchronicity Theatre
at Peachtree Pointe
1545 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

A NEW PLAY by Kimberly Monks


Thomas is an unapologetic racist. An unexpected encounter lands him in a new family... and a new skin tone. This funny and powerful new play examines what it's like when your world is turned upside down and you are forced to look at life through a different lens. Hands of Color boldly asks the question, is redemption possible for the unredeemable? 


General Admission: Seniors and Students $24+ | Adults $28 +


Swanky Seats (Reserved Seating): Seniors and Students  $34+ | Adults $38+


*Senior (65+), Student, Child (12-), Theater Industry Artist, Military, Educator discounts available 


Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 5 pm | Inside Scoop!  Engage in a post show discussion coupled with a scoop of free ice cream.


Monday,  June 17,  2019 at 8 pm | Industry Night (PWYC) Theatre Industry professionals pay-what-you-can.


PWYC Wednesdays! Every Wednesday night performance, pay-what-you-can for your ticket.


Every Friday is Free Drink Friday! Each ticket holder gets a drink voucher good for any beverage of their choice. *Excludes opening night


Group rates available! For groups of 10+, get a great discount. Contact Maddie Mahood to create your group experience



Cast

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Production Team

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About the Playwright: Kimberly Monks

Kimberly Monks is an emerging playwright. She recently recieved her MFA in Acting from UC San Diego. She graduated from Vanguard University of Southern California in 2015. UCSD Theatre credits:  La Bete,  Damascus,  Native Son,  The Taming of the Shrew,  Are You There?,  What of the Night,  A Raisin in the Sun. Regional Credits: Incurable: A Fool’s Tale(Guthrie Theater, 2017 Guthrie Experience), Wild Goose Dreams (La Jolla Playhouse). Kimberly is more than excited to be embarking on such a journey with Synchronicity Theatre for her playwriting debut. She plans to continue giving a voice to the marginalized and the silenced by telling stories that must be told.



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We’ll call you to talk about some of the options for next season.
You’ll submit two references – either teachers, past directors, employers, etc.
We’ll see if there is a good match for you at Synchronicity as an intern!


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