Sylvia

New Plymouth New Plymouth
Wednesday to:
31 Mar
Saturday
10 Apr

Venue

29 Aubrey Street, New Plymouth

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$25.00

Timing

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes
Interval: 15 minutes

Venue

29 Aubrey Street, New Plymouth

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Group 10+

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Sylvia directed by Nicci Smith

Sylvia is the story about  a dog, the couple who adopts her, and the comedy about relationships,nature and growing older that results.

“Give a dog a woman’s name and you begin to think of it as a woman.”  And that is exactly what happens to Greg who brings a stray dog named Sylvia home from the park, fleas and all. Sylvia immediately establishes herself as Greg’s constant companion. She does what dogs do: she loves him unconditionally. she is playful, adores to be petted and scratched, and hangs on his every word.  A dog is just what middle-aged Greg, who is losing interest in his job and not coping well with the challenges of middle-age, seems to need at this stage in his life. His wife Kate, on the other hand, quickly recognizes Sylvia as a rival for Greg’s affections and a threat to their marriage. Soon Greg must choose between wife and dog. It is not an easy decision for him, even the advice of friends and a therapist seem unable to cure Greg of his fascination with Sylvia. The marriage is headed for the rocks until after a series of events Greg and Kate learn to understand that Sylvia has helped them adjust to the empty-nest phase of their marriage and she becomes a valued part of their lives.

Sylvia By A.R.Gurney, It’s the classic love triangle – husband, wife, dog.