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Antigone Project: A Play in 5 Parts

Conceived by Chiori Miyagawa and Sabrina Peck Hang Ten by Karen Hartman, Medallion by Tanya Barfield, Antigone Arkhe by Caridad Svich, A Stone’s Throw by Lynn Nottage and Red Again by Chiori Miyagawa  Directed by: Joseph W. Ritsch REGIONAL PREMIERE February 17-March 6, 2016 Studio Theatre  Five award-winning female playwrights bring five very different explorations of Sophocles’ tragedy to life.  “Antigone Project; a Play in 5 Parts” reconsiders this classic story from a variety of rich and radical perspectives of race, class and gender. With such settings as World War I, a modern African Village and the underworld of Hades, we see a sister’s love and devotion through many lenses in a work that The New York Times lauded as “engaging, seductive and wildly divergent.”

Conceived by Chiori Miyagawa and Sabrina Peck
Hang Ten by Karen Hartman, Medallion by Tanya Barfield, Antigone Arkhe by Caridad Svich, A Stone’s Throw by Lynn Nottage and Red Again by Chiori Miyagawa

Directed by: Joseph W. Ritsch
REGIONAL PREMIERE
February 17-March 6, 2016
Studio Theatre

Five award-winning female playwrights bring five very different explorations of Sophocles’ tragedy to life.  “Antigone Project; a Play in 5 Parts” reconsiders this classic story from a variety of rich and radical perspectives of race, class and gender. With such settings as World War I, a modern African Village and the underworld of Hades, we see a sister’s love and devotion through many lenses in a work that The New York Times lauded as “engaging, seductive and wildly divergent.”
PERFORMANCE INFORMATION:
Approximate Running Time: 80 minutes
Intermission: No
Venue: Studio Theatre, reserved seating
Late Seating: Due to the nature of this production's staging, there will be NO LATE SEATING
Theatrical haze as well as strobe effects will be used during the performance
The consumption of peanuts will occur onstage

 

 

 

 

Performance Schedule

FEBRUARY 17 - MARCH 6, 2016
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday

Feb 15

Feb 16

Feb 17

THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Feb 18
7p.m.

PAY WHAT YOU CAN
​(PREVIEW #2)

Feb 19
8p.m.

RECEPTION

Feb 20
2p.m.
8p.m.

Feb 21
2p.m.

POST-SHOW
DISCUSSION

Feb 22

Feb 23

Feb 24

Feb 25
7p.m.

PAY WHAT YOU CAN

Feb 26
8p.m.

Feb 27
2p.m.
8p.m.

Feb 28
2p.m.

SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETED

Feb 29

Mar 1

Mar 2

Mar 3
7p.m.

PAY WHAT YOU CAN

Mar 4
8p.m.

POST-SHOW
DISCUSSION

Mar 5
2p.m.
8p.m.

PRE-SHOW LECTURE

Mar 6
2p.m.

 

Ticket Prices

Tickets Options

Wednesday/Thursday:

  • Wednesday and Thursday nights are Pay-What-You-Can
    (Only available for purchase in person, 90 minutes prior to showtime)

Friday/Saturday Matinee/Saturday Night/Sunday Matinee

  • General Admission: $40
  • Seniors (60+)/ Military: $38
  • Students: $15 (Must present current student ID or course schedule
  • Groups: $37 for groups of 6 or more patrons.

PLEASE NOTE: When ordering tickets by phone, please indicate if you qualify for Senior (60+ years old), Military, HCC Staff or Student Discount prior to payment. This will ensure correct pricing.

 

Studio Theatre Seating Chart (Assigned Seating)

Seating Chart

 

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Payment Options

- Cash;
- Checks made out to HCC;
- Credit Cards - Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express

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Operating Hours

- Tuesday-Friday: Noon-6 p.m.
- Saturday - Monday: CLOSED


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