How the pandemic-adjusted film resonated with, and deepened the meaning of, Sophocles’s iconic tragedy.
Classical Theatre of Harlem ignited discussions with an Afropunk-inspired production, and Theatre of War/Harlem Stage will continue the conversation with ‘Antigone in Ferguson.’
How a bi-national production of ‘Antigone’ took shape in remote Brzezinka, where Grotowkski’s animating spirit still holds sway.
The ensemble of Cutting Ball’s ‘Antigone’ ranged widely in age and experience, but their intensive work in Brzezinka fused them into an ensemble.
Philip Boehm’s company debuts a new translation of Sophocles tragedy in a post-Ferguson St. Louis, and the resonances haven’t escaped him.