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Carroll Theatre’s upperclassmen take the stage this week in the first performance of what will be an amazing year!  Antigone, the Greek classic, will be presented with the modern creativity and innovation we’ve come to expect from this talented group.

Originally written by the Greek poet Sophocles in 442 B.C., Antigone is the timeless story of a young woman fighting to find her identity and defend the honor of her family and beliefs.

After a case of sibling rivalry culminates in civil war, King Creon of Thebes forbids anyone from burying the traitor who started it. But when his niece Antigone, discontent to let her brother go without proper funeral rites, takes matters into her own hands, she sparks a family feud that pits father against son, sister against sister, and civil law against the gods.

Antigone may be almost 2,500 years old, but it will still captivate and shock modern audiences.

Three intense performances

Thursday, September 20        7 pm               

Friday, September 21            7 pm

Saturday, September 21        7 pm       

Run Time: 60 minutes

Tickets $10 (general admission seating) are available at the door. Cash is preferred

 

Carroll Senior High School – Black Box Theatre 

1501 W Southlake Blvd, Southlake, TX 76092

Please enter on the front side of the building to the right of the main entrance doors.

 

Cast

Antigone: Maddie Nelson

Ismene: Sarah Lacy

Creon: Jack Cory

Sentry: Eric Lovenburg

Eurydice: Sara McDonough

Haimon: Aidan Mondress

Teiresias: William Ferner

Messenger: Emma Close

Chorus: Devan Delugo, Trevor Easton, Bella Duran, Rylee Hach, Caitlin Huisman, Kamilla Perez, Jack Tucker, Pierson Van Den Dyssel

Crew

Stage Manager – Liz Hamel

Assistant Director – Claire Cropper

Lights – Nick Bright & Ryan Mulvihill

Sound – Ace Kuhn & Ross Ramirez

Costumes & Props – Jillian Brown & Rachel Bumgardener (Sm/Ad Shadows)

Build & Run – Ocean Isom & Luc Oberholzer

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