The Goat

This is a play about an architect at the height of his career whose life crumbles when he falls in love with a goat. And we’re sure it’s going to be anything but mehhhhh.

On September 29–October 3, things get controversial on the NYC Campus as the Performing Arts department presents their production of Tony Award-winning The Goat  or, Who is Sylvia? in the Schaeberle Studio Theatre.

Written by Edward Albee (of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? fame), The Goat follows Martin, an extremely successful architect who’s just won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize and a contract to design a billion dollar dream city; he’s about to turn 50, and has been happily married for more than 22 years. That is, until the truth comes out that Martin is having an affair with Sylvia…a goat.

For information or tickets, call (212) 346-1954 or email theater@pace.edu.

If The Goat isn’t your cup of tea, then maybe it’s time you took matters into your own hands with the Pace New Musicals call for submissions. Have a complete score or script you’d like to see performed by musical theater students in January? Get your submission in by October 8!