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ANTIGONE

posted 16 Mar 2015, 15:03 by Georgina Hewitt   [ updated 19 Mar 2015, 18:22 by Debbie Stevens ]


A girl who takes a stand regardless of the consequences.


A leader whose rule must be obeyed without question.

Two families caught in between.

A city divided.

This year’s school production is the Greek tragedy, Antigone - but not quite how you imagined it.

Antigone is a Greek Tragedy written by Sophocles. It was written in 441 B.C. Translated from the Greek by Robert Fagles.

Featuring a multimedia style and directed by Drama teacher Mrs Tanya Gould, this production will make you think. Students are also taking the lead in a lot of behind the scenes work with Photography, Video, Design, and Costumes all being headed by students.

Performances are Tuesday 24 March, Wednesday 25 March, and Thursday 26 March.

Get your tickets NOW for Antigone - Waikato Diocesan School's 2015 Production.

Adults $20.00, Students $10.00 from School Shop.



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