Committed to supporting women artists, forging community partnerships, and developing new work, Synchronicity was founded in 1997. Each year, the group presents the Bold Voices series of three contemporary plays for adults and a Family Series of two or three musicals for all ages.
Synchronicity seeks to create, maintain and nurture strong relationships with actors, designers, and other artists from the Metro Atlanta area. The group’s performance history includes such plays as Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Kia Corthron’s Breath, Boom, Naomi Wallace’s One Flea Spare, Lisa Loomer’s Expecting Isabel, and Megan Gogerty’s Hilary Clinton Got Me Pregnant, as well as the popular family musicals A Year With Frog and Toad and Free to Be…You and Me.
A major initiative of Synchronicity is the Playmaking for Girls Program, which includes workshops at local youth detention centers, a summer program for girls on probation, and after-school activities for middle-school girls. In 2005, this program won the Kaleidoscope award from the Georgia Assembly of Community Arts Agencies (GACAA).