The year of the goat

By Listener critics In Theatre

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24th December, 2005
Natasha Hay - Auckland The year was blessed with some terrific theatrical moments, but if there was one show that stood out from the rest, it was The Goat or Who Is Sylvia? at Silo Theatre. Productions as good as this only come along once every few years, if you're lucky. No doubt about it, Michael Hurst and Jennifer Ward-Lealand gave the performances of the year, possibly of their lives, in Edward Albee's brilliant and confronting work about a successful architect who has fallen for a goat. Director Oliver Driver milked every drop of drama out ...

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