Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?

August 16, 2pm
August 20, 7:30pm
August 21, 8pm
August 22, 8pm
August 23, 2pm

August 8, 8pm
August 9, 2pm
August 12, 7:30pm**
August 13, 7:30pm
August 14, 8pm
August 15, 8pm

**The August 12 performance of The Goat is pay-what-you-can! Visit the Box Office at 527 Tremont Street in-person and pay as little as $10 – a 60% savings on standard day-of tickets!

Tickets are based on availability and must be purchased in person. For box office hours visit bostontheatrescene.com. Standard ticketing fees may apply.


Veronica Anastasio Wiseman, Stevie
Steven L. Emanuelson, Martin
Luke Murtha, Billy
Dale J. Young, Ross



Written by Edward Albee
Directed by Daniel Morris
Cat Meilus, Stage Manager
Cassie Moreno, Assistant Stage Manager
Barbara Crowther, Costume Designer
Bridgette Hayes, Properties Designer
Kevin Deane Parker, Scenic Designer
PJ Strachman, Lighting Designer
Andrew Duncan Will, Sound Designer

Winner of the 2002 Tony Award for Best Play, The Goat portrays the family crisis of architect Martin, his wife Stevie, and their son Billy, when Martin reveals that he is having an unexpected love affair. As the tension mounts, both the family and the audience must grapple with their morality, social norms, and limits of understanding.

THE GOAT is about a profoundly unsettling subject, which for the record is not bestiality but the irrational, confounding, and convention-thwarting nature of love…. Mr. Albee still asks questions that no other major American dramatist dares to ask.” —NY Times