The Oedipus Cycle - Antigone
Friday, September 25, 2020 at 8 PM – 9:15 PM
Tune in Friday, Sept. 25, at 8 p.m. ET as The Curtainless Theatre presents Sophocles' "Antigone" on Facebook Live.Go to https://www.facebook.com/curtainlesstheatrelansing- you can also play videos of their previous Facebook Live shows there.
The team that brought you "Prometheus Bound" is back at it again with the Oedipus Cycle, a three-part series of Sophocles' classic plays. "Antigone" is the final play in this series and will stream live to our Facebook page.
This event is FREE, but donations are appreciated and encouraged: http://paypal.me/curtainlesstheatre
SYNOPSIS: Antigone attempts to secure a respectable burial for her brother Polynicesas promised before he died, a promise she is determined to fulfill despite the orders of Creon that the body lie unburied. Defying the orders, Antigone does what she knows to be right no matter what it may cost her. When she is caught, will Creon listen to the pleas of mercy or allow his pride to destroy what is left of his family and Thebes?
NOTE: This play contains sensitive subject matter and may not be suitable for all ages. Parental guidance suggested.
Director: Dale Wayne Williams
Tech Director: Cody James Skalmowski
Antigone: Ellie Weise
Ismene: Kate Dickinson
Creon: Joe Clark
Eurydice: Amanda Moths
Haemon: Steve Neal
Teiresias: Jordan Climie
Guard: Chris Didur
First Messenger: Charles Hoogstraten
Second Messenger: Dale Wayne Williams
Chorus: Erica Lynn Beck and Kris Vitols
Lansing Community College Performing Arts presents
STAGES OF CHANGE
Friday, September 25th @ 7 p.m.
LCC Theatre, Music and Dance , Facebook Page – streaming live.
Current LCC theatre students and alumni come together for this original production, written and performed by students. Considering current world events, student contributors chose the theme of “change” for this production and have written original scenes, monologues and poetry.
This free event will be live streamed on the program’s Facebook page and will be followed by a brief Q & A with the show’s creators. Passwords will not be necessary to view the performance.
Contact LCC Performing Arts Production Office, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Like the Curtainless shows, the LCC show will be recorded and available for replay at the LCC Facebook page, under “videos” - which is handy for those of you who want to see BOTH of these; they may overlap!