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Antigone begins with two brothers fighting for the kinship of Thebes. Both men die in battle. Their successor and uncle, Creon, decides that one brother will be buried but the other brother will be left on the field of battle. Their sister, Antigone, finds herself having to choose between what she believes to be right, burying her brother, or following the laws of man and facing death herself. What happens when we are forced to choose between doing what we feel is right and what the world is telling us is right? What forces us to take a stand? What are we willing to die for?

Audience members are asked to bring their own chairs and/or blankets. Masks are required. Masks and chairs will be available for purchase.

Antigone begins with two brothers fighting for the kinship of Thebes. Both men die in battle. Their successor and uncle, Creon, decides that one brother will be buried but the other brother will be left on the field of battle. Their sister, Antigone, finds herself having to choose between what she believes to be right, burying her brother, or following the laws of man and facing death herself. What happens when we are forced to choose between doing what we feel is right and what the world is telling us is right? What forces us to take a stand? What are we willing to die for?

Audience members are asked to bring their own chairs and/or blankets. Masks are required. Masks and chairs will be available for purchase.

Antigone begins with two brothers fighting for the kinship of Thebes. Both men die in battle. Their successor and uncle, Creon, decides that one brother will be buried but the other brother will be left on the field of battle. Their sister, Antigone, finds herself having to choose between what she believes to be right, burying her brother, or following the laws of man and facing death herself. What happens when we are forced to choose between doing what we feel is right and what the world is telling us is right? What forces us to take a stand? What are we willing to die for?

Audience members are asked to bring their own chairs and/or blankets. Masks are required. Masks and chairs will be available for purchase.

WHEN

WHERE

The Classic Theatre of San Antonio
1924 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78201
https://www.classictheatre.org/shows/antigone/

TICKET INFO

$24-$39
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