In the Year 12 Drama transformation of Sophocles’ classic text, we learn of Antigone’s twisted family tree that haunts her and her uncle, King Creon. As the King of Thebes, Creon is keen to remove any memories of Antigone’s forsaken father, Oedipus, and his family. Motivated by love, Antigone disobeys the King’s orders and secretly buries her brother Polyneices. Her honourable actions trigger tragedy that destroys all.
This reimagining has been completely devised and created by the Year 12 Drama class through Contemporary Theatre techniques such as Physical Theatre to challenge the audience to reconsider the ripple effects our actions can have on others. Please be aware, the performance contains mature themes and stylised death and therefore it is not appropriate for audiences under 15.
Tickets are $15.
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