Oct. 12 to 27, 2018
Studio Theatre at the Hilberry
The Studio Theatre is only accessible by stairs
A contemporary lyrical re-imagining based on Sophocles’ Antigone by NAMBI E. KELLEY
In present day Chicago, a woman mourns the death of her brothers, mowed down by a rival gang. Instead of dealing with the reality of violence in the city’s streets, her uncle intends to bury the bodies without investigation. Will she risk death by opposing her uncle? Using hip hop, poetry, dance, and dialogue that speaks with an urban voice, this re-imagining of Sophocles’ Antigone tells the story of a woman’s quest for her community’s truth.
This show contains adult situations and simulated violence.
|Friday, Oct. 12 (Opening Night)||8 p.m.|
|Saturday, Oct. 13||2 p.m. and 8 p.m.|
|Tuesday, Oct. 16 (School Matinee)||10 a.m.|
|Thursday, Oct. 18||7 p.m.|
|Friday, Oct. 19||8 p.m.|
|Saturday, Oct. 20||2 p.m. and 8 p.m.|
|Sunday, Oct. 21||3 p.m.|
|Wednesday, Oct. 24 (School Matinee)||10 a.m.|
Cast & Creatives
Download our study guide, great for teachers and parents to help prepare students for this production. Activities presented assist in achieving the Michigan Common Core State Standards (MI-CCSS).