Fall 2004 - Antigone

Nov. 10-14, 2004 

by Sophocles, translated by Robert Fagles

The timeless Greek classic. Antigone, the hot-headed and stubborn daughter of Oedipus, must defy new ruler Creon to bury her brother, leader of the failed rebellion. But her family loyalty turns out to be her undoing... Sophocles' masterpiece is a gripping drama of individual versus the state, conscience versus the law.