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Judy Miller, a gifted Jewish college senior, presents a short play to her Greek Theater professor, Henry Harper. Judy submits an updated, anti-nuclear version of Antigone in place of the formal paper that Harper has assigned to her. Harper is adamant in his refusal to accept her paper and threatens to fail her (and hence keep her from graduating) if she doesn't provide a more traditional paper. A battle of wills ensues, as both of them refuse to budge from their convictions. She produces her play on campus, as tensions continue to mount. Judy also lodges a complaint with the university grievance committee, which elicits a visit from the dean not only to plead with Harper to soften his stand, but also to warn him that accusations of anti-Semitism (however unfounded) have arisen. The play ends with the Professor, like Creon of Sophocles' Antigone, cast out from his home and left to wander, while Judy's fate is unknown, except that her life's dreams and goals have been so challenged that its anyones guess if the "old" Judy even exists anymore.

April 3rd, 4th
April 10th, 11th, 12th
April 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th

Another Antigone

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DirectorBob McBroom
Stage ManagerLena Adams
Technical Director: Stage & Lights
Lightboard Operation
Richard Ralff
Technical Director: Sound Design
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Jonathan Delson
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Jane Axel, Bill Clare, David Menzies, Tom Pignone

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