Add This Event To YourSunday, March 17, 2013
at 6:00 PM
- Theater Building, Haugen Theater
- Jeanne Tangren Hatle
At the brink of adulthood, our perception of morality is challenged. Suddenly, we must face family, gender, power roles, and war-previously hidden from us in youth.
This is the dilemma that young Antigone is faced with in Jean Anouilh's adaptation of Antigone. With contemporary vernacular to update the classic Greek story, we are asked to take sides for and against Antigone; who must decide if it is better to live a lie, or die for the truth. Complimentary tickets for the St. Olaf Community. Off campus patrons pay $8.00. Tickets can be reserved at 786-8987.
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