The Washington Post
‘Titus Andronicus’ at Synetic
A highly satisfying distillation of Shakespeare — one of the most successful in Synetic Theater’s extensive history of boiling down the plays to seductive movement, as choreographed by director Paata Tsikurishvili’s wife, Irina. “Titus Andronicus,” a revenge tragedy that happens also to be the goriest in the canon, is the 13th work of Shakespeare that Synetic has staged in its wordless series. And in Emily Whitworth’s lucid adaptation, you can see how the company’s long experience with the style has helped it build in clarity and character richness. Through Sunday at Synetic Theater. — P.M.