Antigone is a Greek tragedy written around 442 BCE by the playwright Sophocles. Though more than 2000 years old, the theme of civil disobedience resonates in a timeless fashion. This play includes four actors and a cellist performing ‘in the round’ (in the center of the room with chairs all around). Because of this, seating is limited. Please reserve a FREE seat so we can make sure there’s room for all. This performance is made possible by the foundations and corporations who support Northwest Classical Theater Collaborative  

7:00 PM – doors open at 6:30 PM

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