The Goat Or Who Is Sylvia Tickets

The Goat or Who Is Sylvia tickets are your chance to see the Pulitzer Prize nominated play. The play focusing on relationships portrays the impact of social taboos on an individual’s freedom. Dealing with the issues of bestiality, pedophilia, infidelity and homosexuality, the production is not recommended for under the age seventeen. The critically acclaimed play is the winner of Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk Award, New York Critics Circle Award and Tony Award. Now you can see the play at The Goat or Who Is Sylvia stage performance. The award winning production is bound to be a good theater experience.

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About The Goat Or Who Is Sylvia

Making its Broadway debut in 2002, the play has also been staged internationally. The Goat or Who Is Sylvia has been written by Edward Albee. The author is known for his plays Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Seascape, The Zoo Story, The Play About the Baby and Three Tall Women. Many of Albee’s plays have won him awards and he is held in high esteem in the world of literature. This play is yet another master piece by the renowned writer. Secrets, hypocrisy, lies, hopes, betrayal and regrets are some of the themes in this thought provoking play.
The Goat or Who Is Sylvia makes the audience question the standards of morality and social beliefs. There is also the sub plot of the main characters son coming out of the closet. Having an unusual plot the play is shocking, tragic, disturbing, funny yet very entertaining. The word play within the play with its language games is another interesting feature of the play. A literary masterpiece, the play is also full of well timed grammatical arguments. Enjoy this literary work of art at The Goat or Who Is Sylvia live performance.
The main characters in the play are the Gray family comprising of the husband Martin, his wife Stevie and their son Billy. Another major character is that of Martin’s friend Ross. The central character Martin is a successful middle aged architect and at the opening of the play he has a seemingly perfect life. Having a loving family and a soaring career he has everything going for him till he confesses his love for a goat. Testing the ties of relationships and friendship, the news of the relationship is the beginning of tragedy for the whole family.
Full of emotion, the production is a work of art. The love of the goat damages the marriage of the main character and creates tension between him, his wife and his son. The play showing depth of emotion is structured very well and the confrontational scenes between Stevie and Martin are written masterfully. Exchange between the characters is full of punch lines which conveying the rage at the same time makes the play more interesting. . Dialogue in The Goat or Who Is Sylvia is fresh, sharp and conveys the emotions very effective. Although the play is about serious topics but it has some light moments as well which get laughs out of the audience. See the intense yet amusing production at the stage performance of The Goat or Who Is Sylvia.
The play is a tragedy and a commentary on social values and constraints. Superbly written The Goat or Who Is Sylvia shows clashes between relationships. The arguments in the wake of Martins confession of his love for the goat make the audience think about the constraints of the society and the restraints on individual freedom by both society and relationships. The controversial subject matter is portrayed exceptionally well to make the play good entertainment. Be a witness to this master piece at the stage performance of The Goat or Who Is Sylvia.
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