Antigone
   
       

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Overview

Set among the shadows of an abandoned warehouse and the shadowy imaginations of the performers themselves, this new Antigone is a contemporary circus adaptation for two actors inspired by a vast array of cultural mourning rituals and by the writings of Sophocles, Anne Carson, and Seamus Haney.

A co-production with Strong Coffee Stage.

Creative Team

Created collaboratively by the Company
Directed by: Adam J. Thompson
Text by: Patrick Donnelly and Adam J. Thompson
Lighting Design: Caitlin Smith Rapoport
Sound Design: Steve Piteo
Costume Design: Kelsey Minnich
Perfomance Ensemble: Patrick Donnelly & Bronwyn Sims

Performance History

The Hamblin Theater, State University of New York at Oneonta, February 10-12, 2011

Press

“A fresh adaptation…this production hit home in every way…a relevant and living work of art…bold, original, and uniquely theatrical.” The O Town Scene

Funders

  • State University of New York at Oneonta