Antigone

after Sophocles

Conflict has infected Thebes. A civil war marred by foreign intervention has devastated the city. Kreon, brother-in-law of the infamous Oedipus, demands that the body of the traitor Polyneikes is to be left unburied.

Primordial desire becomes a force of nature. The end of one life is the end of the world. Wonders abound but none more astounding than man.


Direction – Alastair Clark.
Design – Jeremy Allen.
Light – Alex Berlage.
Sound – Liam Barwick.
Mentor – Robyn Nevin.


Antigone was performed in the NIDA Space Theatre.