The Alumnae Theatre Company announces our first production of the 2015-2106 season: Antigone, by Jean Anouilh, translated by Lewis Galantiere. This modernized version of the classic Greek tragedy explores the disturbing moral dilemmas of our times.
Director Janet Kish evokes a metaphysical Thebes in a parallel universe where the “here and now” is also the “there and then.” In collaboration with the actors, the work also incorporates movement choreographed by Jane Deluzio and masks sculpted by visual artist and scenographer Teodoro Dragonieri.
Special events planned for opening weekend, September 18-20:
View our Antigone-themed art installation created by renowned multi-discipline artist Teodoro Dragonieri in collaboration with Sara Ahmadieh Rad. On display in the lobby for the run of the show.
Opening night party
Meet the actors and production team after the show on Friday, September 18 in the lobby. Refreshments will be served. Cash bar.
Social Media Night!
On Saturday, September 19, you can keep your cell phone ON! You read that right. If you sit in the last three rows of the audience, you can text, tweet and send messages during the performance. Yes, DURING the show! Just NO flash photography, please.
Panel: Women of Courage
Join us from noon-1pm on Sunday, September 20 for our pre-matinee panel discussion with six “Antigones” of today: ordinary women who have exhibited extraordinary courage in our current day and age. The moderated panel will address such topics as mental illness, trangendered realities and living life as an amputee artist.
Chorus AMANDA CORDNER
Antigone KAYA BUCHOLC
Ismene CARLY TELFORD
Haemon CHRISTOPHER OSZWALD
Creon SCOTT MOORE (Triple Take Alumnus)
Page CHRISTINA LEONARD
Nurse SARA STAHMER
Guards ERIK MRAKOVCIC
Eurydice MARTHA BREEN
Messenger PATRICK FOWLER
Movement Direction by Jane Deluzio
Produced by Andrea Patreau
Associate Producer: Carina Cojeen
Stage Manager: Christina Clarke
Assistant Stage Manager: Kaylen MacKenzie
Scenographer: Teodoro Dragonieri
Lighting Design by Kelsey Laine Jacobson
Costume Design by Ana Komar and Martina Christensen
Sound Design by Jeff Jones
Scenic Artist: Sara Ahmadieh Rad
Makeup Artist: Eleanor MacVeigh