Antigone | Theatre | Concordia University Irvine

The third of Sophocles’ Theban tragedies asks: Do one’s own personal beliefs outweigh one’s obedience to the state? When newly-crowned King Creon declares that the body of the rebellious son of Oedipus must be left unburied after a battle, his sister Antigone decides to risk a prospective marriage and her life by burying him. One fateful choice after another leads to destruction in this updated version of the Greek classic.

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