BY SOPHOCLES & ANNE CARSON
NOVEMBER 2 - 18
Antigone's brothers, each on opposite sides of a civil war, have killed each other, and she is only allowed to bury one of them. Sophocles' great tragedy dramatizes the clash between the law and justice and morality and order. With light, swift, and beautiful poetry, Anne Carson's adaptation is vital, heartbreaking, and biting to the very end.
BY MARY SHELLEY & A. RHODES
A young scientist creates a creature who threatens to become more human than he is.
BY A. GARLAND
The sun is dying. The crew of humanity’s last hope of saving it has to face the crushing emptiness of space, their own isolation, and the weight of their task.