The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? January 21-24, 2016 @ Trance Mission Theater

Acclaimed New York Director comes to Tokyo to direct
The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?

Presented by Neptune Theatre Company & Tokyo International Players (TIP) Second Stage

January 21-24, 2016
@ Trance Mission Theater
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Neptune Theatre Company and TIP Second Stage welcome New York Director Ross Williams, Artistic Director of NY Shakespeare Exchange and Executive Producer of The Sonnet Project, as Director of The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? winner of the 2002 Tony award for Best Play. Edward Albee's tragicomedy will also feature special guest Scenic Designer Klara Zieglerova (TONY nominated for Jersey Boys on Broadway) who will bring to life the physical world of the play.

The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?  is the tale of an architect, Martin, his wife Stevie, and their son Billy, whose lives crumble when Martin has an extramarital affair. By showing a family in crisis, Albee challenges the audience to question their own moral judgment and taboos. The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?  focuses on adult themes; no one under 15 will be admitted into the theater.

STARRING: Ed Gilmartin, Julie Sweum, Ian Martin, and Martin Leroux.

  • Jan 21st (Thurs) 7:30pm
  • Jan 22nd (Fri) 7:30pm
  • Jan 23rd (Sat) 1:30pm & 7:30pm
  • Jan 24th (Sun) 1:30pm & 7:30pm
  • Early Bird Reserved tickets: 3500 yen (before Dec 15, includes one drink)
  • Regular tickets: 4000 yen (from Dec 16, includes one drink)

Sangubashi Guest house B1,Yoyogi 4-50-8, Shibuya-ku Tokyo
Closest stations:
Sangubashi (Odakyu line, 7 min walk))
Yoyogi-Koen (Chiyoda Metro line, 15min walk)
Map and link to theater site

Early bird tickets:
3500 yen (before Dec 15)
Regular tickets:
4000 yen (after Dec 15)

To reserve and pay for tickets by credit card or pay pal, go to
To reserve and pay in cash at the door visit:

All ticket purchases come with one free drink.
Arrive early and enjoy the original cocktail based on the show!

Julie Sweum, Ed Gilmartin.

Martin Leroux, Ian Martin.

About the Director:
Ross Williams
founded New York Shakespeare Exchange as a vehicle for engaging new audiences with classical theater. He is a director, teacher and performer committed to the development of highly theatrical work. Ross is also the Executive Producer of The Sonnet Project. He has also spent many summers in Holland, Michigan working with Hope Summer Repertory Theater directing numerous children's theater productions including Charles Ludlam's The Enchanted Pig and a Kabuki re-telling of Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling.

About the Scenic Designer:
Klara Zieglerova has been designing for theatre in the United States and in Europe. Her work has been seen on Broadway in Sister Act, The Farnsworth Invention, Jersey Boys and The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life. In London’s West End she designed Sister Act at the London Palladium and Jersey Boys at the Prince Edward's Theatre. Klara received a Tony Award nomination for her design of Jersey Boys.

The Neptune Theatre Company was created by two theatre artists to develop projects. In 2013 Neptune Tokyo International Players (TIP) launched Second Stage to provide an opportunity for artists to present innovative shows in intimate settings, and to offer Tokyo audiences new theatrical experiences.
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