The Stonehill Theatre Company’s Fall 2014 mainstage production is a modern adaptation of the classical Greek tragedy, Antigone, written in 1943 by prolific French dramatist Jean Anouilh, who is a two-time Tony Award winner for Best Playwright.
The play, originally written by Sophocles in or before 441 BCE, explores the problem of maintaining integrity in a world based upon compromises. It is a world where decisions are pointless but must be made and only individual integrity has meaning.
Directed by Patricia H. Sankus, Antigone will be performed in Hemingway Theatre on the Stonehill College campus. Performance dates are Thursday, November 20th, Friday, November 21st, and Saturday, November 22nd at 8:00 p.m.
There will be a talk-back with the cast after each performance. Tickets go on sale Monday, November 10th. Prices are $5 for students/seniors and $8 for general admission.
Please call 508-565-1458 for reservations. Tickets will be sold at the Roche Dining Commons during lunch and dinner.
Stonehill Theatre Fall Production:
Show Dates & Times:
Thursday, November 20th, Friday, November 21st, and Saturday, November 22nd at 8:00 p.m.
$5 for students/seniors and $8 for general admission. To purchase tickets (beginning Nov. 10th) call 508-565-1458.
Shannon Barry ‘17 - Prologue
Christopher Crider-Plonka ‘15 - Guard #1
Matthew Fratamico ‘18 - Guard #3
Christopher Greeley ‘18 - Citizen
Emma Margaret Gregory ‘17 - Guard #2
Mary Catherine Heelan ‘15 - Antigone
Austin J. Herzog ‘17 - Haemon
Mark Howard ‘17 - Page
Rebecca McBrine ‘18 - Citizen
Matthew G. Messier ‘16 - Creon
Leanne C. Murray ‘17 - Messenger
Jennifer Orswell ‘16 - Nurse
Mike Pratt ‘18 - Messenger
Alina Shklyarenko ‘17 - Eurydice
Dylan Turner ‘17 - Prologue
Danielle Walsh ‘18 - Ismene
Caity McHale ‘17
Madison R. Simpson ‘18
Hallie Watts ‘17