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|Young Adult One Act||Theatre Alberta Library||YOA ANO||Available||3028277|
|Young Adult One Act||Theatre Alberta Library||YOA ANO||Available||3023266|
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|General One Act||Theatre Alberta Library||GOA ANO||Available||3028418|
tragedy - Greek legend
eight male; four female
The ancient Greek "Antigone" involves two sons and two daughters of mother-loving Oedipus, lately departed king of Thebes, and his brother-in-law, Creon, who has now become king. The two brothers have had a civil war and have killed each other, and Creon, full of righteousness and edicts, has ordained that one of the brothers be left unburied-carrion for dogs and vultures. Antigone, a sister, defies the edict, heaps earth upon the dishonored corpse, and is buried alive for punishment. This sets off a chain of suicides which rocks old Creon to his base.