Available On-Demand NOV 12–19
Run time: 20 minutes, talk back planned, details to come
Included in the Fall 2020 package
Devised from the translation by Seamus Heaney
Directed by Margaret Laurena Kemp and Sinéad Rushe
Movement consultant/choreographer Roger Ellis
In the midst of a bombed-out city still feeling the aftershocks of war, the rebellious and intense Antigone defies her uncle to bury her disgraced brother. This contemporary response to the myth of Antigone brings powerful, modern prose to an ancient and universal story. This short screening is made possible by Northwestern Faculty member Roger Ellis who choreographed the piece. The film will be streamed online with a talkback included.
Patrons will receive a link via e-mail that will allow them to view the performance On Demand during Nov. 12-19.
The Wirtz Center for the Performing Arts is proud to share this work originally produced by the UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance.
All three of these fall works (Visions and Voices fall reading, AntigoneNOW and Call and Response) are available as a package to our patrons for only $30 (general public) and $15 for full-time students. Fall performances are free to all Northwestern students with a valid NU e-mail address who complete the required registration form.
Questions? Please e-mail our audience service team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847-491-7282 Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. We appreciate your patience while our team works remotely.
Tickets are only being sold as a package and tickets for individual shows are not available.
*Details about ticket packages for winter quarter productions will be announced before the end of the year.