A play for serious dog lovers. The Sylvia in the title is a dog. She is found by Greg and brought home, where his wife Kate protests to the presence of the new pet, which is played not by a dog but by a woman.
Unconditional love. Dogs love without many demands, and Sylvia is no exception. She adores Greg, her very own god. But she quickly comes between him and his wife, who are in a bit of a transitional period of their relationship.
Sit. Stay. Sylvia. Cheesy puns are easy, but this play, written by A.R. Gurney, is a funny meditation on modern relationships and should be a fun production at the Charleston Acting Studio on James Island.