Antigone (1968)

Year
1968
Author
Jean Anouilh after Sophocles
Abstract

Though based on Sophocles play of the same name written in 5th Century Athens, Anouilh’s Antigone is a work of universal reference.’ (Ref. Program)

Themes of conflict between the individual and society – referring to modern totalitarianism.

Director
Keith Macartney
Designer
Graham Morrison
Cast
Chorus – Jamie Pearce
Nurse – Sue McCulloch
Antigone – Lorelle Davy
Ismene – Val Clark
Haemon – Brian Crozier
Creon – John Graham
1st Guard – Tim Blood
2nd Guard – Ian Kronborg
3rd Guard – Rick Hallworth
Messenger – David Steele
Page – Ken de la Coeur
Eurydice – Di Worcester
Crew
Assistant Producer – Kath Campbell
Business Manager – Ralph Seccombe
Publicity and Design – Ned Johnson
Sets – Jack Lewis and Graham Morrison
Tickets – Peter Freckleton, Micky Marshall and Di Worchester
Costumes – Lynne Ballard, Liz Dax, Gaye Rockman and Ray Proudlock
Lighting – Don Sloane and Allin Marrow
Make-up – Alison Cox and Jill Dixon
Prompter – Felicity Piesse
Photography – John Julian
Co-ordination – Brian Crozier