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December 13, 2019- January 5, 2020

Show Schedule:

Fridays at 7 pm | PJs and Play!

Saturdays at 1 pm and 4:30 pm

Sundays at 2 pm and 5:30 pm

School Matinees: 

10:30 am on December 11, 12, 17, and 18, 2019

Holiday Schedule:

Tuesday, December 24, 2019 at 11 am

Thursday, December 26, 2019 at 2 pm

Monday, December 30, 2019 at 11 am

Tuesday, December 31, 2019 at 2 pm

Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 2 pm

No shows on Wednesday, December 25, 2019 and Wednesday, January 1, 2020

December 13, 2019 - January 5, 2020

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

Dec. 13, 2019 - Jan. 05, 2020

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

By Karen Zacarias

Music by Deborah Wicks La Puma

From the novel by Gail Carson Levine

As a baby, Ella was given the "gift" to obey every command. Forced to do whatever is asked, including rubbing her stepsister’s stinky feet, Ella fights for independence.  She sets out on an extraordinary journey to battle ogres, befriend a prince, and crash a giant’s wedding to find her fairy Godmother, Lucinda, to undo the spell. A mythical musical based on the book by Gail Carson Levine, ELLA ENCHANTED explores what it means to find your voice and decide your own fate.

Children 2 and under are free admission.

General Admission: Seniors and Children (ages 3-12) $16+ | Adults $21+

Swanky Seats (Reserved Seating): Seniors and Children (ages 3-12) $26+ | Adults $31+

Sunday, December 15 at 2 pm | Inside Scoop! Stay for a post-show discussion and have a scoop of ice cream!

Thursday, December 19 at 8 pm | Girl's Night Out! Join us for an Adults Only show.

Every Friday is PJs and Play! Dress down in pajamas and enjoy free milk and cookies.

Group rates available. For any group of 10+ get a great discount.    

School matinee group pricing also available for groups of 10+
Contact Sarah Kelley to create your group experience.


L'Oréal Roaché -- Ella
Alex Harding -- Prince Char/Servant 2
Marcie Millard
-- Mother/Dame Olga/Menagerie Creature/Ogre 4/Giant Bride
Robert Hindsman
-- Sir Peter/Menagerie Creature/Ogre 1/Giant Groom/Squire
Amy Reynolds
-- Lucinda/Bird/Mistress Manners
Meg Harkins
-- Hattie/Servant 1/Menagerie Creature/Ogre 2/Giant
Alexandria Joy – Olive/Servant 3/Menagerie Creature/Ogre 3/Giant

Production Team

Jenna Tamisiea -- Director

Amanda Wansa Morgan -- Music Director and Sound Designer

Kari Twyman -- Choreographer

Dionna D. Davis -- Stage Manager

Vallea Woodbury -- Production Manager

Elisabeth Cooper -- Technical Director

Omar Rodriguez-Arroyo -- Assistant Stage Manager

Taryn Carmona -- Assistant Director

Derrick Vanmeter -- Set Designer

Dakota Adams -- Lighting Designer

April Andrew -- Costume Designer

Emmie Thompson -- Costume Assistant/Stitcher

Samantha Eubanks -- Props Designer

Jeremiah Davison -- Sound Assistant and Technician

Zachary Grizzle -- Master Carpenter

Cody Evins -- Master Electrician

Alice Zheng -- Technical Intern

About the Playwright: Karen Zacarias

Karen Zacarías award-winning plays include the sold-out/extended comedy THE BOOK CLUB PLAY, the sold-out world premiere drama JUST LIKE US (adapted from the book by Helen Thorpe) at Denver Theater Center, the Steinberg –citation award play LEGACY OF LIGHT , the Francesca Primus Award winning play MARIELA IN THE DESERT,  the Helen Hayes Award winning play  THE SINS OF SOR JUANA , the adaptation of Julia Alvarez’s HOW THE GARCIA GIRLS LOST THEIR ACCENTS. Karen also has a piece in the Arena Stage premiere of OUR WAR.  Her TYA musicals with composer Debbie Wicks la Puma include JANE OF THE JUNGLE, EINSTEIN IS A DUMMY, LOOKING FOR ROBERTO CLEMENTECINDERELLA EATS RICE AND BEANS, FERDINAND THE BULL, and FRIDA LIBRE. Her musical CHASING GEORGE WASHINGTON premiered at The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts and went on a National Tour.  Her script was then adapted into a book by Scholastic with a foreword by First Lady Michelle Obama.

Karen is currently working on the adaptation of Edith Wharton’s THE AGE OF INNOCENCE, a drama for Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and a Brazilian themed Oliver Twist musical: OLIVERIO: A BRAZILIAN TWIST ON DICKENS for the Kennedy Center. Her libretto of THE SUN ALSO RISES for the Washington Ballet received accolades in the New York Times and she is currently writing the libretto for THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW with Washington Ballet artistic Director Septime Webre. She is proud to be currently commissioned to write new plays for Arena Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Ford’s Theater, Adventure Theater, and First Stage.

Her plays have been produced at The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Arena Stage, The Goodman Theater, Round House Theater, The Denver Center, Alliance Theater, Imagination Stage, GALA Hispanic Theater, Berkshire Theater Festival, South Coast Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Cleveland Playhouse, San Jose Repertory Theater, GEVA Theater, Horizon’s Theater, People’s Light and Theater, Walnut Street Theater, Arden Theater, Milagro Theater, Teatro Vista, Aurora Theater, and many more.

Her awards include: New Voices Award, 2010 Steinberg Citation-Best New Play, Paul Aneillo Award, National Francesca Primus Prize, New Voices Award, National Latino Play Award, Finalist Susan Blackburn, Helen Hayes for Outstanding New Play.

Karen is the first playwright-in-residence at Arena Stage in Washington, DC and has taught playwriting at Georgetown University. She is the founder of Young Playwrights’ Theater, an award-winning theater company that teaches playwriting in local public schools in Washington, DC. YPT won the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award from the White House as one of the most innovative arts programs in the nation. The YPT curriculum is currently being used in public schools in DC, VA, MD, New Orleans, Detroit, and Texas and is published on Amazon as “WRITE TO DREAM.”

Karen is represented by the Graham Agency and published by Dramatic Publishing. Karen is fluent in English and Spanish and highly proficient in Danish and French. She has BA with distinction from Stanford University and a Masters in Creative Writing from Boston University.  Born in Mexico, Karen now lives in Washington D.C. with her husband and three children.

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