by Austin Community College
Apr. 02 - Apr. 12, 2015
This third play in Sophocles’ Theban trilogy depicts the aftermath of the Theban civil war, a conflict that pits the children of Oedipus on opposing sides. Despite a decree from the city’s new ruler Creon, Antigone defies her uncle, insisting on a proper burial for both of her brothers. Directed by Marcus McQuirter. Featuring guest artists Kevin Gates and David Boss and designs by Ia Enstera, Megan Reilly, Stephanie Dunbar, and Mason York.
ACC Drama The public face of ACC’s Drama Department is in its performances which have charmed Austin citizens for the past three decades. Performed both in the Mainstage Theater and the Gallery Theater at the Rio Grande Campus, performances have included an ambitious selection of musicals, traditional plays, avant-garde theater, and original works. Behind the scenes, the department offers a full selection of classes in acting, voice, movement, make-up, costuming, production management, and technical theatre. The department’s Introduction to Theater is also a core-curriculum class for most majors. Please visit the department’s web site for more information, including course descriptions, degree plans, and a gallery of productions at http://www.austincc.edu/drama/
April 02 - April 12, 2015
1212 Rio Grande Street
Austin, TX, 78701
Antigone runs April 2-12, 2015, Thursdays – Saturdays at 7:30pm, and Sundays at 2pm. No performances on Easter Sunday. Join us at the Austin Community College Rio Grande Campus Gallery Theater, 1212 Rio Grande, Austin Tx 78701. Tickets are $8 or $4 and non perishable food item. Proceeds will benefit the London Study Abroad Program and the Capitol Area Food Bank of Texas. For more information, please call 512-223-3245. For Reservations, visit the Drama Department at austincc.edu/drama.