Mark and Betsey


Saturday, May 15, 2004

Edward Albee is the master playwright of dysfunctional coupledom. His recent play, The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? portrays the ugly dissolution of a marriage. In a run of The Goat this spring in Kansas City, two married actors, Mark and Betsey Robbins, got to step into Albee’s world of festering half spoken resentments. Sara Lerner asked them what it’s like to pretend to have a bad marriage for an audience.


Sara Lerner

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