The Goat, or who is Sylvia?

June 19th, 2015


by Edward Albee

Directed by: Thomas-Robert Irvin

November 2014
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Curtain times: Thursday at 7:30 p.m. / Friday & Saturday at 8 p.m. / Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.
Admission $10 at the door. Subscription vouchers for the current season are also accepted.

Audience advisory: The play contains strong language and adult subject matter.


Edward Albee excels at turning a steady gaze on the furiously unsteady behavior of his characters. The Goat, or Who is Sylvia, stars a husband and wife who love each other deeply and communicate easily in the super-articulate fashion playgoers will recognize from Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf; but unlike George and Martha in that play, these two have never pursued their verbal duel until blood is drawn…until now. The play is a gripping and, along the way, highly amusing investigation of the limits of normal behavior and the limits of marital tolerance. Audience advisory: the play contains strong language and adult subject matter.


Character Performer
Stevie Nancy Bennett
Martin Leigh Jacobs
Ross David Owen Cashell
Billy John Taylor

* PCS Main Stage Debut

Production Staff
Director Thomas-Robert Irvin
Props Denise Kolodzej
Stage Manager Andrea Kellner
Set Designer Josiah Donnell
Costume Design Becky Wright
Lighting Design Rich Wright



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