Episode 28: Antigone

Sébastien Norlin. Antigone donnant la sépulture à Polynice. 1825, Paris, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts.
Sébastien Norlin. Antigone donnant la sépulture à Polynice. 1825, Paris, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts.

This episode is all about Antigone. We discuss a recent local production of Antigone that explores the current cultural significance of the play and chat about a variety of themes. We also have a special free give away for our listeners!

Antigone, Adapted and Directed by Mike Griffin

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This week’s theme music: “Super Hero” by King Louie’s Missing Monuments from the album “Live at WFMU” (2011). Used under Creative Commons license. Music used under Creative Commons license and available from Free Music Archive.

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